Making up complex stories began early on in my childhood. Acres of apple, pear, and cherry orchards served as enchanted forests for my friends and me. A mound of dirt in the empty lot next to my house served as our castle. And then a cedar chest filled with dresses to delight any would-be princess, capped our play. We created countless adventures filled with handsome, beefy, leading men who fell hopelessly in love with us. (A girl is never too young too dream, after all…)
And then one day, I moved away from the castle mound and enchanted forests to the glimmering sands of the wind-swept desert. We found all sorts of new adventures in the hidden ‘caves’ and sagebrush. A perfect setting for the magic of good witches who assisted their hero’s and found happily ever after. For one entire summer, I had the freedom to explore an Indian Reservation in Arizona and my imagination took another turn. I could write a book on that, and maybe someday, I just might. Other unique experiences followed and playtime was just as diverse as were those singular experiences—until adolescence overtook childhood. A ton of romantic novels followed over the years. But even they didn’t fully displace the stories I continually created inside my head.
Inevitable then, some of those stories would finally spill onto paper. So, today, allow me to introduce you to Shadow of the Witte Wieven, and Aliyana Montijo, a fearless, independent DEA agent who finds herself a handsome, beefy, seventeenth century sea captain in the middle of the Bermuda triangle, amidst a raging storm…
Shadow of the Witte Weiven
Despite a contract on her head, lone Drug Enforcement Agent, Aliyana Montijo must ferret out a mole and stop the assassination of top DEA officials, as so ordered by the Colombian drug lord she seeks to take down. The task is a daunting one, for there is no one she can trust. No one that is, until she encounters a most unlikely ally.
Former seventeenth century captain of the Dutch West Indies Company, Wolfaert Dircksen Van Ness, now from a parallel dimension, encounters the beautiful agent during an unearthly storm in the Bermuda triangle. Drawn to the Spanish beauty he rescues, he pledges his assistance, despite her reluctance to accept either his help or his heart.
Can Wolf bridge both space and time to claim the woman he loves?
Debbie Peterson, author of “Spirit of the Rebellion,” is about to release her second novel, “Shadow of the Witte Wieven,” through InkSpell Publishing. This paranormal romance combines a seventeenth century sea captain, a modern DEA agent, and the Bermuda Triangle to send you on an incredible adventure, filled with intrigue and romance.
Debbie has always had a soft spot for fairy tales, the joy of falling in love, and happily ever after endings. She incorporates these aspects into all of the paranormal stories she writes. When she is not busy conjuring her latest novel, she spends time with the beloved members of her very large family. She also pursues her interests in family history and all things ancient and historic.