An Atypical Paranormal Romance.

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times–my novels are sexy, wild, daring, and risky. I write both paranormal and women’s fiction with a preference for the bizarre. Taboo. Shocking. Atypical. So, if you’re looking for the same old books–there’s Dickens, Hemingway, and Shakespeare. That’s not me. And it’s not Dicey Grenor books.

Thankfully, there are readers looking for unique story-telling. In fact, there are now six excellent reviews posted on Amazon. Three on Smashwords (turn adult filter off). And two bloggers have dedicated a whole post to reviewing my debut novel: Sleepy Willow’s Bonded Soul: The Narcoleptic Vampire Series Book #1.

Mistress of the Dark Path wrote: “For those who want a typical paranormal romance, this one may not be for you.  If you want to try something new and different, then you should give Sleepy Willow’s Bonded Soul a chance.  It isn’t going to be a perfect romance, if that is what you are looking for, but it will be highly entertaining and unique.  All the characters involved have serious issues, yet you enjoy seeing how they deal with them.  Dysfunction is key in this book, but it all works to enhance the story.  I am assuming there will be a second novel, based on the ending, and have every intention of picking it up.  Dicey Grenor’s writing style is enjoyable, humorous, and entrancing.  Not a combination you can find often!”

Read her entire blog review here.

CJ Johson Writes wrote: “Dicey creates a world were vampires are apart of life; contemporary and yes, taboo, but she provides a logic for those taboos with explanations that most books or movies in this genre fail to do. Which made the book a more stunning read, because as much as it is a fictional tale, you could imagine it in some other worldly reality.”

Read her entire blog review here.

In a market saturated with paranormal/vampire novels, I am HONORED to have my book labeled unique. And taboo.

Read chapter one here. If you dare.

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