Published on 26 June 2014
Genre – Paranormal Romance
Rating – 18+ (as provided by author)
No. of pages – 437
American novelist Allie Burke brings her readers the genre-defining Enchanters Collection which paints the beautiful complexity of true love through auras, darkness, and magic.
Violet Midnight Book 1:
Look into the world of the Enchanters, where water has a sense of humor, trees scare people, and love… is destiny.
Beautiful Jane is hovering at the edge of content in her life of solitude in the quiet town of Jasmyn Lake, but when her energy sends her on a journey to meet the man she has been dreaming about for months, she cannot resist.
Meet sexy artist Elias, who moved to Hazel Grove, California to get away from the rain, his parents, and everything that was taken from him in Hayward, Washington. But he thinks he may be losing his mind when he starts seeing purple glitter in the air, the scent of rosemary is everywhere, and he is hearing a beautiful voice.
But all is not flowers and ease for the newly joined couple. With a woman who prefers night to day and a man with heartache from his past, they must learn how to create their own world with grace and the occasional water feature. Written with humor and intensity, book one of the three part trilogy will leave you yearning for more and daydreaming shades of purple.
Emerald Destiny Book 2:
What happens when the girl you’ve loved since you were six-years old runs away from you, effectively breaking your heart again? Evan is about to find out.
Nineteen-year old Evan spends his time in the woods of Dare Forest where the trees have personality, as close to Abby as he can be. But love has a cruel master and everyone around him has forbidden he contact her.
Abby’s nights are stressed with her Enchanter life, her dreaded nightmares, and her enduring will to save her brother from his own inner darkness. But when Evan speaks to her for the first time in fourteen years, she finds his voice too painful to bear.
Countless times before them, the union between their opposing families has failed and caused unfathomable destruction. The love in their hearts strives to be together forever, but will their destinies break them apart?
Allie Burke’s second novel in The Enchanters Series breaks through the Paranormal Romance genre to not just entertain her readers but empower and inspire them to embrace the momentous question: What would you do when faced with an impossible love?
Amber Passion Book 3:
With a modern touch, Allie Burke’s third and final novel in the Enchanters series plays off the age old question: How far is too far to protect those you love? True love can be demonstrated in a multitude of actions or a multitude of sins. You choose.
Daniel is lost without his other half, his twin sister Abby, who is pregnant, depressed, and oh so far away, struggling with her own demons. Seeking a ray of sunlight in his dark world, Daniel visits Hazel Grove and for the second time experiences the sun shining in the middle of the night. But this is a sun with a different name. A sun with blonde hair and an orange aura and with a bright light that scares the darkness right out of him. The blackness that had been his heart for the duration of his life, is…fading. Can the enchanting Claire bring passion and comfort to a man who yearns for her without even realizing it?
As the next generation of Enchanters make their choices, the outcome will change the course of their people forever. Only time, and love, will tell if they made the right choice. With a culmination and a turn of events you never saw coming, Amber Passion answers the questions you wondered about and leaves the reader forever changed and daydreaming in every shade imaginable, starting with darkness, and ending, at the end of the tunnel, with light.
IN MY HABITAT
- Guest Post by Allie Burke
Number 25 of An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth: “Don’t clean your desk. You might find something in the morning that you can’t see tonight.” –Bruce Mau
This subject has manifested itself in one capacity or another over the years, and I always feel a bit blacklisted from writing society when I’m unable to give any kind of straight answer. I mean, I have a desk, but I don’t write at it. Do I need coffee to write? Alcohol? A cat on my lap? No? I don’t…think so?
It is ironic that just four years ago I was afraid to call myself a writer—not a debut author (which I was at the time) but a writer, someone who writes things—because I didn’t think I was good enough or deserving enough and because the writer hashtags on Twitter intimidated me. Now, I couldn’t imagine being or doing anything else. At the core of my soul, my entire life revolves around writing. It is the basis for my universe.
In light of all of that, I can’t not write. I couldn’t imagine having to be in a specific place with a specific song playing over a specific drink to write something. I’m so busy with my various writing that I would never get anything done if that was the case. I write while I’m eating dinner and I frantically yell ideas into my phone while I’m driving and my friends and I plot via text message and the CEO at my company and I collaborate on articles and blogs several times a week, at least.
Banally, I do write at coffee shops but that’s just because I hang out at coffee shops, as a general rule. Los Angeles is just that way.
What is my habitat? The world is my habitat.
I live, bleed, and breathe the written word.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
An American novelist, book critic, and magazine editor from Burbank, California, Allie Burke writes books she can’t find in the bookstore. Having been recognized as writing a “kickass book that defies the genre it’s in”, Allie writes with a prose that has been labeled poetic and ethereal.
Her life is a beautiful disaster, flowered with the harrowing existence of inherited eccentricity, a murderous family history, a faithful literature addiction, and the intricate darkness of true love. These are the enchanting experiences that inspire Allie’s fairytales.
From some coffee shop in Los Angeles, she is working on her next novel.