J.A. Beard has worked in a variety of careers – from science to intelligence analysis. He’s a student of history and a writer – but his greatest achievements are in the kitchen, where he’s known as the Pie Master. Says Amazon reviewer Erik Martin Willen: The Emerald City by J.A. Beard is a very well written (short) story. Even though I believe this particular story is aimed towards a younger audience I think that anyone that are interesting in magic from Wizard of OZ to Charmed will find this book very intriguing. The plot is easy to follow - the character development is well executed, and I like some of Beard's humor when the characters are thinking. There are some surprises through the story, especially towards the last third of the book.
The Emerald City (Osland Trilogy Book 1)
by J.A. Beard
When her parents die, teenager Gail Dorjee retreats into an angry, sarcastic shell. She hopes it will ease her pain, but all it gets her is a one-way trip from Kansas to a Seattle boarding school, the elite Osland Academy. As soon as she arrives, Gail clashes with Diana, the leader of the school's most powerful clique. The Winged make...
Months after a shocking showdown, Gail Dorjee is doing her best to recover and settle into her new role as a Rift Watcher at Osland Academy. Her friends are distant, and she’s uncomfortable with her growing relationship with the handsome Nick MacEvoy. That’s all stressful enough, even before she wakes up one night to a ghost warning...
A Woman of Proper Accomplishments (Regency Paranormal Romance)
by J.A. Beard
Helena Preston, the eldest daughter of a Bedfordshire gentleman, would rather risk spinsterhood than marry a man unwilling to accept her for who she is, much to the consternation of her mother and sister. She feels marrying an ugly or poor husband would be a mere inconvenience; marrying an irritable fool would be a genuine tragedy....
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