Lesbian: Paranomal The Illusionist Series - Book II - Yemaya and Dakota have just returned to the Illusionist's homeland for a well-earned vacation when they are informed that several villagers had been savagely attacked and killed by something or someone. At the same time, a young Carpi woman is found lying unconscious near the outskirts of Teraclia. Comatose, she is unable to tell anyone what has happened and science can provide no answers. Two small wounds on her throat raise the old specter of the vampire, a legend the locals of the Transylvanian community are very familiar with and still believe in to this day. The Illusionist and her partner search for the truth behind these attacks. Will they fall prey to this murderous bloodlust that surrounds them, or will they succeed in stopping this heinous reign of terror.
About the Author
Fran Heckrotte lives in sunny South Carolina. Some of her interests include motorcycling, boogie boarding, scuba diving, gardening and watergardening. She spent three years in Alaska, enjoying hiking, camping, gold panning and working part time at a local ranch. After moving to the South with her husband, she became a policewoman for five years, as well as a guest instructor at the Criminal Justice Academy. She eventually left law enforcement to become a carpenter, building houses. Now she owns a residential property management company. As time permits, she likes to travel to Montreal, Canada, and South Beach Miami with her gal pals to enjoy the nightlife.
Lesbian: Paranormal The Illusionist Series - Book III - Yemaya, the Illusionist, and her journalist partner, Dakota, find themselves embroiled in a search for the person responsible for the rape and torture of a young Carpi woman attending a university in the States. When they decide to visit a local nightclub for "women only", they find the owner and her employees unusual. Dakota feels mysteriously attracted to one of the clientele while Yemaya recognizes a kindred spirit in Lilith, the club's owner. Spiritual ancestors, missing whores, a sadistic exporter and new acquaintances lead the two lovers into an adventure of biblical proportion. Lilith! She was a demoness, as old as humanity itself. Now, the owner of a "women's only" nightclub and part owner of the Sisterhood, a small group of whores who have banned together to create a better life for themselves, it was her job to protect the women who were putting so much trust in her. When a local pimp decides to eliminate his competition Lilith and her two demon partners want revenge and no one knows better how to exact it than demons. This is a revelation of the past, the present and the events that forever changed the course of human history.
Lesbian Fiction: Paranormal - The Illusionist Series Book V - Saira was a Traveler. Even her name meant "traveler." Her entire existence was dedicated to making the journey to seek answers to the questions that plagued her. Sometimes she felt as though she were a pawn in a game she didn't understand but knew her destiny was hers to decide. She chose to let the uncertainty of time make the decisions for her. Unfortunately, her curiosity not only gets her into trouble but creates a series of events that affects not only the mortal world but the spirit world too. Yemaya, Dakota, Mari, and Maopa will find their lives turned topsy-turvy, and Saira will learn an emotion she had never experienced before... fear.
Lesbian Fiction: Paranormal - The Illusionist Series Book VI - She was Sabnock, a demon, who like the Phoenix, lived and died many times because she chose to live amongst mortals rather than spend eternity babysitting the legions of the Underlord. There were no longer battles to be fought in the Underworld so the ex-commander left her realm to live with the humans as human. Falling in love, she now had to choose between her vow to live and die as a mortal or love and live as a demon, not knowing if her lover could accept the truth. The wrong decision would condemn her to a life of loneliness—and for a demon life was eternity.
Beate sieht in Cornelia Mertens, ihrer neuen Chefin, zunächst nur das, was alle sehen: die kühle, distanzierte Geschäftsfrau. Liebe ist etwas für Träumer – aus dieser ihrer Meinung macht Cornelia kein Geheimnis.
Nach und nach lernt Beate aber eine ganz andere Seite an Cornelia kennen. Cornelia überrascht sie mit unerwarteter Fürsorge, Verständnis und einer seltsamen Mischung aus Heiterkeit und Ernst. Also doch harte Schale, weicher Kern? fragt sich Beate. Ist das äußere Erscheinungsbild nur Fassade für all die, die sich nicht die Mühe machen dahinterzuschauen? Oder sind Sanftmut und Charme nur Trick, Teil eines Planes? Nämlich dem, sie zu verführen? Letzteres wäre fatal für Beate, denn so oder so – sie hat sich in Cornelia verliebt.
Ein Klassentreffen führt Meike und Franziska, die sich in der Schule einmal geküsst hatten, wieder zusammen. Während Franziska seither offen lesbisch lebt, hat Meike einen Studienkollegen geheiratet. Romantische Gefühle flammen auf, bringen beide jedoch in Schwierigkeiten: Meike kann sich nicht eingestehen, lesbisch zu sein, und Franziska meint, ihre seit zwei Jahren tote Lebensgefährtin zu betrügen. Ein Hin und Her mit ungewissem Ausgang beginnt.