Victoria Valentine writing as January Valentine. by Victoria Valentine

Victoria Valentine is a New York writer and Indie Book Publisher. She founded Skyline Publications in 2000 and Water Forest Press Books in 2006. Victoria writes spicy romance, horror and thrillers as January Valentine. She writes Young Adult and Children's stories as Victoria Valentine. Victoria also dabbles in poetry, and has published a book of romantic poetry entitled, Desert Noon, lost poetry by Victoria Valentine. Her poetry anthology, Our Little Black Book of Ills, was written as a testimonial to her husband's battle with a deadly sarcoma. Victoria has published eight novels, her latest a young adult duo, Agony of Being Me & Finding you. She published two children's storbooks: The Cutest Little Duckie & Walking In A Giant's Footsteps.

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Agony Of Being Me: Teen * New Adult * Coming of Age Romance
Victoria Valentine

Agony of Being Me is Part One of a Two Book Set. Finding You is Book Two
Anticipated Release date of Finding You is on or before June 30, 2016 and is available for Pre Order on Amazon..
An intense teen & young adult romantic drama intended for coming of age & other readers 16
For some girls, life is a romance novel; for others, a horror story. Zoe Channing has it all: beauty, brains, talent. She owns the heart of high school hottie, Jesse Sinclair. She’s the star of the school...

Have You Read?
LB Stimson

An Angry Soul Seeks Her Revenge
What is the secret behind Redwood Manor Vineyard’s decay? Is the ghost of her murdered maiden the cause? What secrets are hidden within the mysterious turret room?
James MacKenna thought the death of his young wife Autumn would be the answer to all his problems, but what he didn’t expect was the wrath her soul would unleash upon him, the vineyard, and the next generation of MacKennas.
Is it possible for the dead to move heaven and earth? Do...

Skye's Lure
Angel Leya

Can saving a human really lead to the destruction of her people?
When a party ship cruises through her part of the sea, mermaid Skye ends up saving Vince, a man, from drowning - a crime punishable by death. When the ship comes back, so does she.
Lured by the promise of seeing land and the handsome Vince, Skye boards the ship, but Vince is not as trustworthy as she first thought. Now it's a race to save herself and the Mer from exposure and destruction.

High on the Mountain
Elle Marlow

The animals aren't the only thing wild in Alaska...
Missy Monroe and Pepper Lawson have a problem. She traded his engagement ring for a badge. She might patrol the town, but Pepper’s wealth and charm rules it. So when wildlife begins to disrupt the quirky residents of Timber Valley, Missy thinks there’s more to it than hungry bears in search of baked goods. Their trail of bakery crumbs lead her straight to Pepper’s Christmas Tree Farm and right into his arms. She always wanted to...

Paradise Girl
Phill Featherstone

A highly infectious and incurable virus spreads worldwide. Seventeenyearold Kerryl Shaw and her family live on a remote farm and think they will be safe, but the plague advances. Despite deaths around them, the Shaws survive. However, this changes when a stranger arrives, and it soon becomes apparent he has brought the infection to their door. One by one the family succumbs, leaving Kerryl alone.
Kerryl is sure it’s only a matter of time before she, too, dies. She decides to record...

Bromholme - A Place of Miracles and Murder
Jane Finch

Built at the highest point on land as flat as a tranquil ocean, the ruins of Bromholme Priory in Norfolk crumble silently as the vines burrow between walls that witnessed miracles and murder, sadness and joy, devotion and dedication. Folklore abounds with stories of hidden tunnels and treasures secreted, yet the land groans as load upon load of sugar beet is deposited amongst the heritage that is lost.
As mechanical monsters rumble amongst the detritus of centuries past there is an...