Thursday, January 14, 2016

Meet Nicki Greenwood and Read About Her Paranormal Lite--AIR: Book Three in the Elemental Series

Nicki is another Wild Rose Press author I'm hosting today. She graduated SUNY Morrisville with a degree in Natural Resources, which of course has nothing to do with writing novels. She has also worked in a bakery, an insurance agency, a flower shop, and a doctor's office, which have nothing to do with writing, either. She did spend an awesome two years as an assistant editor for a publisher, and now does freelance editing on the side. Nicki still holds down a day job, which manages to get her out of the house once in a while. Since 2010, she has written eight novels, including the award-winning Gifted Series.

Nicki lives in upstate New York with her husband, son, and assorted pets. If you can't find her at her computer, you can always try the local Renaissance Faire. She's also a tree hugger and coffee junkie when she's not writing paranormal, paranormal lite, and contemporary romances, hard at work on a brand-new series in the New Adult genre.

Enjoy your visit with Nicki!

About AIR:

Air Elemental Elsa Pemberley is a born idealist. Instead of resenting her power over the wind, she uses it to help others. The best way to do that is to chase storms in the heart of Tornado Alley.  She meets her match in Harrison Litchfield, a man who is fleeing from a past both treacherous and tragic. Masquerading as a traveling blues singer, he has managed to keep moving, but beautiful Elsa stops him in his tracks.
She makes a life out of chasing. He's made a living by running. When Harry's past catches up to them both during a devastating storm, there's only one thing to do: hold on tight with both hands....



Elsa stepped closer, gripping his hands tighter. “Please let me help you, Harry,” she whispered.

Pain twisted in his chest. “Why?”

She surprised him when an echo of his pain flashed across her own features. The downturn of her mouth punched a reflex button inside him, made him want to kiss her, to erase it, to see her smile again. “Because there are people I couldn't help, and they're gone now.”

They stood there, frozen, with his hands in hers and that wind fluttering their hair. Harry sucked it into his chest, wishing it could blow away the ashes in his past and still leave him something to hold onto. Something permanent. Something that stayed. Somewhere he could stay.
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