First a financial auditor, and then a middle school teacher, it was shortly after love and marriage, when her children were still in diapers, that Gloria began writing. She published three fantasy romances with Dorchester Love Spell.
When Dorchester went bankrupt, Gloria decided to take the plunge and go out on her own as an Indie Author. She loves having control over how many books she publishes per year, input on her book covers, distribution, and marketing.
When not writing, you will find her traveling to various places to research her novels. She loves visiting museums, going to steampunk festivals, cycling and hiking. Her dream is to one day go cycling through the British Isles and Europe.
Bran Monroe, the troubled Earl McFearson, believes he murdered his wife during one of his mysterious blackouts. But Regan Delaney, a gypsy elf who is familiar with the world of Lumière, knows better. There’s an explanation for Bran’s black spells, one that will be difficult for Bran to accept—that he is not only a shapeshifter, but a powerful one who can save his captured people and defeat the evil that threatens Earth’s way of life. Only if he comes to terms with what and who he is can he accept the love that Regan offers. (Second book in a series, but can stand-alone.)
Mission... Impossible: The pixies' mission—if Allegro and Glissando are to accept it—is to secure the future of a troubled England. To achieve this, the Earl of Falconwood, better known as the Black Falcon, must marry Nicola Moore. Never mind the woman is a hoyden who makes the most atrocious hats decorated with machine parts, which she then dyes with her famous Clockwork Blue. And certainly forget the earl is atoning for his brother's death by purposely hovering on the fringes of the ton. Add to the mix Glissando's tendency to slip to the side of the Mrasek, the ones who work to free the evil Lord Sethos. But Maestro depends on the pixies—for better or for worse. To release the magic trapped in the Clockwork Blue dye—a magic that will safeguard England's future—Malcolm and Nicola must not only wed, but they must also fall in love. (304 pages)