“You know what the issue is with this world? Everyone wants some magical solution to their problem and everyone refuses to believe in magic.”
My name is Lorri Moulton and I write romances, mysteries, fantasy, fairytales and historical non-fiction. Take a step back in time and enjoy an Everyday Romance. Real life fairytales happen all the time. You just have to believe in the possibility…and look for magic in the most unexpected places.
“Dare To Cross The Water” is the first book in the Dare Romance series. These books are loosely based on my family history and start with my great-great-great grandmother on my mom’s side…and her life in Scotland.
“Dare To Share A Dream” continues the story, but in a novelette form. This short story follows the romance of my great-great grandparents and how they met at a school for the deaf.
“Down in the Well” is a collection of very short stories, based on the romance shared by my father’s paternal grandparents.
The Magic of Burrows Bay,” co-authored with Abigail McKee, is the first book in our Burrows Bay Romance Series. Moira and Gabriella discover their grandmother has left them a mansion in the San Juan Islands, north of Seattle. The two cousins, who have not seen each other in the past fifteen years, must learn to work together to uncover their true heritage. And what they find will change their lives forever.
“Magic’s Betrayal” has a little romance, but it’s mainly an epic fantasy story with fairies, humans, villains and even a shape-shifting kelpie. Magic was their best defense…until it betrayed them. 800 years ago, a dark lord invaded the fairy kingdom, planning to steal all that made the lands special. He brought ships and men, but the four fairy groups fought back with their magic. The lord grew impatient and decided to use a much darker magic to destroy them. An evil sorceress created a crown with the power to defeat the fairies, but they were all betrayed during the final battle. Now, a mysterious prophecy warns that the battle never ended, but will begin anew. Two humans, a noble and commoner, are the key to victory…but the fairy groups must get past their mistrust of each other if they hope to survive.
“Moonlight, Roses & Murder” is a steamy suspense thriller with some adult themes and situations. Selina is a woman with a secret and she has been hiding it for a very long time. With her nieces, she runs Luna’s, a nightclub in downtown Seattle, catering to Steampunk and Goth clientele. When someone leaves a body behind her club, she is drawn into a web of mystery and murder. Puncture marks on the body indicate a vampire might be responsible and when more women are killed, a red rose is left by their bodies. A vampire hunter with secrets of his own comes to investigate and Selina wonders, who she can trust…
Finally, if you like history, I have a Non-Fiction Series of short works. These books are usually 20 pages or less and include endnotes…so if you want to do more research, you can.
Should you wish to contact me with comments or questions, please direct your email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.