I’m so pleased to present my good friend Lorenda Christensen, a fellow “Firebird…” which is our super cool name for the 2012 RWA Golden Heart finalists. Lorenda WON the Golden Heart in paranormal romance, and when you read her dragon-themed DRACIM series, you’ll see why! I loved NEVER DEAL WITH DRAGONS, and today is release day for DANCING WITH DRAGONS. Check it out!
If Carol Jenski knows anything, it’s fashion—and it’s not in fashion to consort with dragons, even though they’ve coexisted with humans since World War III. Still, she would never have agreed to take part in a plot against them. Now a dragon lord has called for her head, her boyfriend is MIA and she’s been abandoned in a foreign country.
Only reporter Daniel Wallent is on Carol’s side…sort of. He offers his assistance if she helps him investigate his latest story. He’ll need Carol’s language skills to infiltrate an organization run by one of the most dangerous and secretive dragons in the world.
Escaping one sociopathic dragon’s claws only to walk into another’s is an insane risk—and so is falling for Daniel. Posing as his blushing—and very affectionate—new bride as cover soon leads to an all-too-real attraction. But fighting off dragons and her desire for Daniel may be more of a challenge than Carol can handle…
GET DANCING WITH DRAGONS NOW!
A native of Eastern Oklahoma, Lorenda lives with her husband and two sons in a house that feels far too small during the stay-inside winter months. Lorenda loves chocolate, hates snakes, and despite living two years in Bangalore next-door to a native preparer of Indian cuisine, cannot cook anything but ground beef. She is a recovering nail biter, and is currently celebrating five years bite-free.
Lorenda is the 2012 recipient of the Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® Award in the Paranormal category for her debut novel, Never Deal with Dragons. She is a die-hard proponent of the Oxford comma.
She was born in Arkansas and immediately smuggled across the Oklahoma border. Lorenda is not a neat person. Or even a somewhat tidy person. Okay – Lorenda is a completely filthy and disgusting failure at all things housekeeping. She also kills plants, but not on purpose. The one thing Lorenda does passably well is use her imagination to write fun-filled, action oriented romantic fantasies.