Valerie Douglas is a prolific writer and a genre-crosser, much to the delight of her fans. A fan of authors from almost every genre from Isaac Asimov to Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, she writes classic fantasy, romance, suspense, and as V.J. Devereaux, erotic romance. Who knows what will pop up down the road!
Happily married, she's companion to two dogs, four cats and an African clawed frog named Hopper who delights in tormenting the cats from his tank.
At a crossroads in her life and career, orphaned Alli Dearborn had always been the smart one. With near perfect recall, she accomplished a lot in a very short time. A meteoric rise led to an equally meteoric fall. With her life and career in shambles, she goes in search of her mother's roots in Ireland. Lost, she offers handsome Aidan O'Connell a lift from his broken-down car and she gains an impromptu tour guide. But is Aidan only looking for a brief Irish Fling?
Once the golden boy in Hollywood, Jack Tyler's life and career are on the skids. Struggling to find some direction, a visit to an old friend brings him to Millersburg, and the community theater group there. He's fighting his demons hoping to rediscover his roots, his love of theater, through them.
He also discovers schoolteacher Molly Brighton.
Molly, though, wants no part of the sexy new director. He's too handsome, too charming, too dangerous to her heart.
The attraction is difficult to ignore, especially when aided by Jack's old friend, an unrepentant matchmaker with his own reasons for bringing them together.
Jesse Chamberlain, sculptor, motorcyclist, has always been the wild child among her friends. Her friends Alli, Cam and Molly have been the closest she has to family.
For novelist Mitch Donovan, whose world has been turned upside down by heartbreak and grief, she's just the thing to pull him out of writer's block and the tailspin he's been suffering. The announcement of a possible new M. J. Donovan novel, though, brings a 'fan' out of hiding. What the 'fan' doesn't count on is Jesse.
When Jack Spencer, the Head of Security for Fairview Mountain Resort, calls to ask her to find a missing coed, computer tech and sometimes troubleshooter Carrie Anderson answers. The last thing the resort needs is bad publicity. Jack knows that on the side, Carrie is part of a team that help domestic violence victims escape their homes and abusers. Complicating things is the handsome new attorney that just joined the team.
What she finds though will test all her skills at making people disappear and put all their lives in danger.
Elon of Aerilann, Elven advisor to the High King of Men, helped negotiate the treaty between Elves, Dwarves and men. He suddenly finds that fragile truce threatened from without by an unknown enemy and from within by old hatreds and prejudice. With the aid of his true-friend Colath, the wizard Jareth and the Elven archer Jalila, he goes in search of the source of the threat.Ailith, the Heir to Riverford, fights her own silent battle. Her father has changed, but her quest to discover what changed him puts her life and very soul in danger and leaves her only one direction in which to turn. Elon. To preserve the alliance, though, Elon will have to choose between his honor, his duty and everything for which he fought.
Tales of the legendary Tomb of the Djinn and its Guardian have fascinated Ky Farrar since a visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo when he was a boy. The story of the star-crossed lovers and their battle to save ancient Egypt from the dark Djinn made him decide to become an archeologist. He believes he’s close to finding it?only to discover the Tomb's Guardian is all too real and far closer than he expects. What’s a man supposed to do when he falls in love with a three-thousand-year-old mummy who’s as lovely as she is lethal?
Her name is Raissa and she faces her greatest challenge yet?modern technology. It’s made finding the Tomb nearly inevitable and Ky Farrar isn’t the only one seeking it. Her biggest battle, though, may be between her duty and her attraction to the handsome archeologist. It’s a race against time to reach the Tomb before it’s opened and Djinn are released. For if they are even she may not be able to stop them. To defeat the Djinn she and Ky must not only accept each other but their truest selves. Even then it will take a miracle for them both to survive.
For Delae, a lonely landholder on the edge of the Kingdoms, a frantic knock at the door on a stromy winter's night brings more than a cry for help.
After centuries of war Elves have little contact with the race of men, but Dorovan can't bring himself to ride past those so obviously in need. Especially the small woman so determined to right the overturned wagon.
One small act, with enormous consequences. Not Magic Enough is a tale of love and honor, duty and determination, that sets in motion a chain of events that will change the Kingdoms forever.
It is said of Fairy that if you are in dire need and you call the name of one, they will come. With his young son in his arms, his castle under siege and with only his High Marshal, Morgan, a handful of Morgan's men, at his back, High King Oryan couldn't be in any more dire need. Worse, there is only one direction left to run...up.
There is also only one ally to which he can turn. Kyriay, the Queen of the Fairy.