Best eBooks of 2011: Heather Marie Adkins Collection

Today is the final installment of the Best eBooks of 2011 series, and we’re finishing strong with one of my favorite authors, Heather Marie Adkins!  She writes about witches and fairies, which are underrepresented in the paranormal genre. Heather also writes touching contemporary fiction, such as her tale about a family forced to move on after the mother of a small child dies.  The winner will receive all four books in the Heather Marie Adkins Collection! I’ll announce the winner by the end of the week!  Drop by and congratulate the newly affianced Heather via her blog, Facebook, or Twitter!

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Martin’s existence has centered on his wife, Sophie, for thirteen years.  Their tumultuous, explosive relationship ends in adultery and her abrupt death, leaving Martin to pick up the pieces of the life she built for them – and a daughter he barely knows.  With the touching insights of his little girl and memories of Sophie to keep him going, Martin navigates the year after her death in a series of lists, finding that happiness is something to create, not expect.

Purchase from: Amazon, BN, or iTunes.

Anne Marie has issues and they all stem from her mother.

On top of losing the genetic lottery, she’s also dealing with an unexpected breakup from the man she thought she would marry.  When the depression sends her spiraling into a self-destructive party phase that rivals the old adage Sex-Drugs-Rock’n’Roll, her parents decide to get her out before she destroys herself.

AnnRee’s best friend lives and works abroad where she’s just become engaged; Anne Marie is on the next flight out of New York and thankful to be rid of the negativity.  A whirlwind bachelorette trip in Ireland introduces her to a gorgeous man who is too good for her, and puts another one of her friends in the hospital, leaving her just as bereft as before.

AnnRee realizes that in order to be happy, she has to create her own way, and it’s not going to be easy.

Sometimes, you have to accept life as it is to get where you want to be.

Purchase from: Amazon, BN, or iTunes.

When Abigail’s supposedly immortal faery mother is found murdered, her human father sells her in to slavery. Bought by a young and wealthy landowner named William, she is whisked away to a Grecian island to play caretaker for his baby sister.

However, the island has a deadly secret connected to Abigail’s past. Her budding romance with William is shattered by Abigail’s intimate, unwanted connection with the island’s faery prince.  Meanwhile the faery king plans revenge upon the family. Abigail must join forces with the very race she’s sought to deny, to save the humans she has learned to love.

Purchase from: Amazon, BN, or iTunes.

Vale Avari has a mysterious past and a laundry list of super-powers, but that’s nothing compared to what she finds upon moving from small town U.S.A to even smaller-town England.

A chance dart throw lands her in Quicksilver, an off-the-map place with a big problem – people are dying, and word is, it’s supernatural.

At her new place of employment, a temple dedicated to the ancient Mother Goddess, Vale learns something even more shocking – women guards are disappearing at an alarmingly patterned rate; women who possess special gifts like her own.

Supernatural powers aside, Vale isn’t ready to believe in the Wild Hunt as the culprit, and she’s determined to prove the deaths are acts of human violence.

Plagued by a brute with a history of domestic violence and lusting after a dark-eyed man with a secret, Vale has a limited amount of time to discover the killer before he strikes again. In the process, she’ll learn things aren’t always what they seem and the supernatural might not be so extraordinary after all.

The Hunt could ride for her.

Purchase from: Amazon, BN, or iTunes.

4 thoughts on “Best eBooks of 2011: Heather Marie Adkins Collection

  1. I’ve read Abigail and the Temple, and I have to say Abigail was good, but I thought the Temple was fabulous! Like your books, it was something different! I totally got into it!

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