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Nicole Peeler



Nicole D. Peeler does not have any cats, kids or husbands. Instead, she vexes literature in her new role as an assistant professor of Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University, Pennsylvania.
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Jinn and Juice

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Tempest Reborn

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Tempest's Fury

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Sometimes the truth can be hard to handle.Supernatural halfling Jane True's not happy. She's been packed off to England to fight a war when she'd much rather be getting busy with her boyfriend Anyan. Unfortunately, Jane's enemies have been stirring up some major trouble and attracting a lot of attention - making it rather tricky for Jane and Anyan to get any alone time.Catapulted into the role of Most Unlikely Hero Ever, Jane must lead supernatural races in a desperate battle to combat an ancient evil. But she'll also have to fight her own insecurities, as well as the doubts of those who don't think she can live up to her new role as Champion - the most powerful supernatural leader of all . . .

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Something Wikkid This Way Comes

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Eye Of The Tempest

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Tempest's Legacy

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Tracking The Tempest

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Tempest Rising

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Jane True has always felt like a misfit in Rockabill. With a shady family background and a tragic past, she's used to being rejected by so-called 'normal' society. But she's about to discover there's more to this town than meets the eye. During her nightly swim in the ocean, a grisly find leads Jane to some startling revelations about Rockabill - and about her own dark heritage. Behind everyday life, she uncovers a world filled with strange, powerful (not to mention alluring) supernatural beings. It's a world both frightening and deadly. But it could be just what Jane's looking for . . .