In the winter of 1943, Benjamin is just a grunt and Army cook—until he finds himself captured, along with his unit, taken prisoner by Mussolini's troops after the Battle of Tunisia.
Transported to a POW camp in Italy, Benjamin is plagued with intense visions of the Norse Goddess Frigga and her retinue of Valkyries, berserkers, and other magical beings.
When he encounters a woman bearing an uncanny resemblance to the goddess, he wonders if he hasn’t been entangled in a battle between the natural and the supernatural—a battle for the present and the future.
I hope you will enjoy Frigga's Lost Army as much as I enjoyed writing it!
Murder Upon a Midnight Clear is a holiday-themed paranormal romantic suspense.
Tis the season … for death.
Murder reminds Detective Helene Collias of Holly PD that crime doesn’t respect holidays. And the last victim she ever expected to find in her case files is the sister of her old flame, Sean Grant. Ordinarily, Helene’s psychic gifts give her an edge but this time, that gift has short-circuited. Could her lingering attraction to Sean be blurring her abilities, or is something more sinister at work?
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Blog tour for Midnight Clear (circa 2013):
Calisa Rhose Presents~Under Cover Monday
Blog of Author Babette James
blog of author Kristen Walker
Snap, Crackle, and Popping blog of Sharon Buchbinder
Feature at Awesome Gang
Feature at Book Goodies.
Feature at Fresh Fiction
@ Girl Seeks Place (along with Passion’s Sacred Dance)
On Katharine Ashe’s List of Christmas Romances for 2013
Gaelle @ Jeep Diva
Changeling’s Crown–New Adult-YA novel
genre: upper YA/New Adult Paranormal sweet Romance
When Ianthe began her career as a faery godmother, she stumbled so badly that Snow White will probably never speak to her again. After a long suspension, she’s finally been given a chance to redeem herself…but everything on this latest assignment is going wrong.
Worse, she definitely doesn’t need an attractive mortal man distracting her from her duties. Of course, needs and wants are two different things.
Briak has had his eye on Ianthe for a very, very long time, but he’s been waiting for just the right moment to make his move. Despite the fact all hell’s about to break loose on his watch, he can’t resist the opportunity to insert himself into her earthly assignment. Can he convince Ianthe of her true calling and thereby win her heart? Or will his subterfuge ultimately cost him her love?
“Changeling’s Crown by Juli D. Revezzo is a delightfully light fantasy romance filled with humor, an endearing heroine and a darkly fascinating hero….Fun, fast, filled with light humor, a taste of darkness and just the right touch of magic, kind of makes you forget that Ianthe DID have a job to do!”~ Di, Tome Tender
“The world [Juli D. Revezzo]’s built is engaging and imaginative. I would recommend for those who enjoy romantic tales with a touch of faery dust.” ~JR McDonald, Lovers of Paranormal Group, Good Reads.
“Awesome, fantastic. I enjoyed every minute of Ianthe and Briak’s story….This is one of the best books I’ve read this year and I highly recommend it to others who love this genre as I do.” ~Wanda, Lovers of Paranormal Group, Goodreads/via Amazon. Read more here.
JR McDonald, From Lovers of Paranormal Group, via Amazon:
And Briak… Instead of a knight in shining armor, the author has given us a legitimately bad guy…. LOVED him. Revezzo’s writing flows beautifully. The
world she’s built is engaging and imaginative. I would recommend for those who enjoy romantic tales with a touch of faery dust.
Read more here
Changeling’s Crown available now at Amazon in ebook, Amazon–other worldwide venues, Barnes and Noble for Nook, and Createspace has the paperback. It’s also now on
Smashwords, for those with Nooks, Ipads, and Kobos or
whatever other ebook reader format you favor.
If you’d like to read the first couple chapters for free, you can do so at Wattpad.
Add it to your Good Reads To be Read lists:
This book was chosen for the Indie Book of the Day award. :)
About CHANGELING’S CROWN:
The book is much more lighthearted than my other (to date) published works and pays homage to (and makes fun of) faery godmothers, and what trouble they might get into in the course of their work. (And yes, probably a wee bit to Once Upon a Time, and other such faery tale related movies and media too! ;)) A little bit more info:
Ianthe’s name is Greek for violet flower and also a Cretan woman who married a person spoken of in Ovid who was raised as something he wasn’t. It’s also the name of one of 3,000 Oceanids. “Each a patroness of a particular spring, river, sea, lake, pond, pasture, flower or cloud” according to Wikipedia, while Hypericum is a small yellow flower Wikipedia calls “unusual”. So now you see how I named my heroine, my unusual girl who lived as someone she wasn’t supposed to be… I had fun writing the story in Changeling’s Crown, and I hope you have as much fun reading it!
And yep, we are touring again.:)
December 10: Mia Hoddel’s 12 days of Christmas.
December 5: Spotlight on Welcome to the Limelight with Jessica Kong. You can see that here.
October Spooky Love at Coffee Thoughts, The Coffee Time Romance blog.
A Bewitching Book Tour:
August 1 Spotlight Fantasy Book Lane
Author Hot Seat with Jane Dougherty
Calisa Rhose’s Uncover Monday–July 8
Chrystalla Thoma’s blog–July 8th
Victoria Adams’ pages of Romance–July 11
July 2: Author J.J. Benedetto hosts me in an Author Spotlight, here. Christine’s Words–June
14th Cherry Mischievous–June 22 Friday Night Romance–June 27th
This page will be added to in the future--because I do write the occasional standalone story….
“Sing a Mournful Melody” (A Gothic Short story)–synopsis:
At the turn of the 20th century, tragedy has left Maribelle grief-
stricken. After her beloved husband is murdered, his body disappears
from his crypt. Worse, ghostly voices call from the widow’s Graphophone.
Is she losing her mind, or does something wicked this way come?