Novels from Celia Cooper from WingsePress.com
Old Enough to Know Better
Sun in Sagittarius, Moon in Mazatlan
Celia also writes under the pen name of C.L. Kraemer and has a story, "Cyre Drake" published in an anthology, Enchanted Realms II: Vampires of Tinadriel & Other Tales, in October 2002.
Other offerings by C. L. Kraemer are as follows--
Cats in the Cradle of Civilization
The Lending Library in A Valentine Anthology
The Prize in A Different Kind of Valentine
Meadows of Gold in St. Patrick's Day Anthology
Dragons Among Us
Dragons Among the Eagles
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First novel - Diane Wallace is "Old Enough to Know Better" but handsome, young Justin Anderson is trying her resolve to stay single. Attempted murder, money and love intertwine to bring these two together.
Second novel-Sun in Sagittarius, Moon in Mazatlan, follows Detective Corey Williams as he pursues a fugitive into Mexico with a Harley riding, brash flame haired Amazon reporter. He may not catch the fugitive but he's determined to catch the reporter.
Third novel - If Only takes a trip to Tampa, Florida, where widow Barbara Langely and her best friend Rachel Painter are vacationing after Barbara's youth giving surgeries. She would have happily traded in the surgeries (put in the will of her recently deceased husband) to spend her years with her husband but now that she looks 30 again, she'll go to Florida and revisit her old haunts. A young man, intrigued by her youthful looks and wise attitude, enters the picture as well as a love lost from her college years. She has to make a decision that will change her life. Can she do it?
Fourth novel - Cats in the Cradle of Civilization (written as C. L. Kraemer) will be out in December 2008. Glenda Nagle has to figure out how to return the ancient ivory figurine of Bastet, the cat goddess, to the Getty Museum where she works. Her first response is to just take it back to the new Antiquities Director but will he think she's stolen it? How could an ancient Egyptian artifact find its way to her Juniper Hills, Ca. home? This is a puzzle she must solve quickly before she gets herself tossed in jail or worse.
Mount St. Helen's erupted in 1980 changing the perception of "dormant" volcanoes to everyone in the NorthWest and beyond. They would soon realize that was not all that would be changed. Aleda Moisen was determined to debunk the Bigfoot myth by camping in the forests around the blown out mountain. What she discovered made Bigfoot look like a poor Hollywood stunt gone bad. How could there be dragons living in the woods all these years and no one know about it? Cyre Drake would answer her questions all in good time.
Released October 2002, Cyre Drake, by C.L. Kraemer, is part of an anthology of fantasy tales collected in the "Enchanted Realms II" anthology. Log on to the FantasyWritersWanted.com site and investigate the rest of the story (and many more!).
Dragons Among us was released in 2009 with Dragons Among the Eagles following in 2010. The third in the series, Dragons Among the Ice, is to be released in 2012.
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