What if the world’s greatest writers were alive and well and still working to this day? What if someone wanted them dead? The Divine Books take life after death to new levels of intrigue and romance. Begin your journey with Lord Byron in Divine Fire.
Note that the first four books in the series have been bought and are now published by Montlake, an Amazon imprint. As a result they are only available through Amazon.
“Jackson pens a sumptuous modern gothic… Fans of solid love stories like those of Laurell K. Hamilton will enjoy Jackson’s tale, which readers will devour in one sitting, then wait hungrily for the next installment.”
Divine Fire (Divine Series Book 1)
Melanie Jackson, January 2005, 339 pages, $2.99 eBook
When a biographer proves to know more about his life than the now-immortal Lord Byron expects, he draws her into a dangerous game-and his passionate arms.
Divine Madness (Divine Series Book 2)
Melanie Jackson, August 2006, 323, $2.99 eBook
Ninon de L’Enclos’s immortality is in danger, and the only way to survive is in the arms of a dark and mysterious vampire.
Divine Night (Divine Series Book 3)
Melanie Jackson, November 2007, 339 pages, $2.99 eBook
Like Lord Byron, Alexandre Dumas, the famous French author of The Three Musketeers books, was long ago made immortal, but only now, with the help of the psychic beauty with whom he is falling in love, CA he take revenge against his archenemy, the villainous Comte de St. Germain.
Divine Fantasy (Divine Series Book 4)
Melanie Jackson, January 2009, 305 pages, $2.99 eBook
When Joyous Jones meets a mysterious man on Dolphin Isle who claims to be the famous writer Ambrose Bierce, she is swept into a world of immortality, lycanthropy and zombies from which she-and her heart-will never recover.
Nevermore (Divine Series Book 5)
Melanie Jackson, December 2010, 178 pages, $4.99 eBook, $7.99 Paperback
Who is the mysterious Poe Mourner who comes each year to the poet’s grave to leave cognac and roses? Widow, Anna Peyton, wants to know. But the editor of Golden Words Magazine found out far more than she expected about the great poet and is inducted into the not-so-dead poets society. This is the final installment of the Divine series and several guests from the Wildside are here for the finale.
The Last Divine (Divine Series Book 6)
Melanie Jackson, April 2015, 189 pages, $4.99 eBook, $7.99 Paperback
‘But Faustus’ offenses can never be pardoned: the serpent that tempted Eve may be sav’d but not Faustus’.
Christopher Marlowe knew this only too well when he penned his famous play in the days when Elizabeth I was on the throne. His deal with the Dark Man to extend his life has had him wandering, rootless for centuries and has driven him away from normal society. As the millenium turned he was living in exile on an island in Maine in a fortress where the Dark Man’s descendents couldn’t find him.
Enter Edy Chenowth, a woman with a mission. Her grandfather has recently passed away and as a last gesture she wants to make the final issue of his magazine, Guilt-Edged Murder, the best it can be. To finish the story about the death of Christopher Marlowe, she needs to interview the reclusive Marlowe scholar who lives in seclusion in Maine. Nicholas Marley has not made her trip easy, but Edy is determined to find the answers her grandfather sought so she can print the memorial issue of GEM.
But on the island she finds that things are not what they seem and it gradually dawns on her that her host is far more odd and special than she had ever imagined. Giving in to the attraction that has made the separation of centuries mean nothing, their tryst is interrupted by the Dark Man’s minions who are determined that this time, Christopher Marlowe will truly die.