About The Author

Deb Stover

Once upon a time, Deb Stover wanted to be Lois Lane -- until she discovered Clark Kent is a fraud and there is no Superman. Since publication of Shades of Rose in 1995, Stover has received dozens of awards for her cross-genre fiction.

Romance: Paranormal, Time-Travel

A Willing Spirit

Winnie Sinclair can't explain how she ended up in an Oklahoma thunderstorm making wild love to Paul Weathers, her ex-husband's divorce attorney, a.k.a "The Barracuda Lawyer".
And she certainly can't explain how that same storm swept her back to 1896 Indian Territory or why the "barracuda lawyer" now believes he's a U.S. Marshal. The man still looks like Paul, but gone are the three-piece suits and the expensive haircut, replaced by a pair of Remingtons and a Stetson.
Two men, one body, one woman...and no one understands the meaning of the word "compromise".

Citizen Daisy

You will never look at an MRI the same way after reading how a United States Congressman finds himself transported to the past, where he is accused of being a spaceman by locals who have recently read the latest Jules Verne novel. His adventures include falling in love with a young lady branded a witch by the superstitious townsfolk, and she believes she "wished" him to the past. Can these two lovers find a world they can share?

Romance: Historical, Western

No Place For A Lady

Irish maid Molly Riordan never thought she would thank her lucky stars when her mistress, Lady Elizabeth Summersby, indulged in one night's indiscretion with a masked American at a costume ball. But now Lady Elizabeth has a child on the way, and a fiance waiting in the wilds of the American West. For Molly, accompanying Lady Elizabeth on this unexpected adventure creates the chance to find her own father, who fled across the ocean years ago to make his fortune. But then a routine stagecoach stop in Colorado turns into a mishap of epic proportions. Lady Elizabeth is kidnapped, and the man the Lady is to marry believes Molly is his bride-to-be!