Xlibris News| Erin Eldridge Picked Up by Traditional Publishing

 

Xlibris Publishing has some good news regarding Xlibris author Erin Eldridge, as three of her books published through Xlibris have been picked up by traditional publishing companies. Both Ravening Heart of the Wolf and Immortal Longings were chosen by Desert Breeze Publishing based out of California, USA. The Ivan has been traditionally published through Austin Macauley of London, UK.

 

Erin Eldridge lives in Christchurch, New Zealand, along with most of her family. She teaches deaf students and loves her job. She has been an English teacher for a number of years and has worked all over New Zealand as well as in Africa and Brunei. Erin Eldridge has travelled extensively to many parts of the world.
Besides her family, Eldridge’s interests include animals, reading, writing and having adventures.

 

 

Ravening Heart Of The Wolf

Ravening Heart of the Wolf by Erin EldridgeA brutal medieval warlord believes his lost true love has returned to him from the grave. A young girl is uprooted from the sheltered life that is all she has known and must learn to survive in a violent and pitiless world where man is wolf to man. A valiant young warrior loses his heart to her, but the unforeseen tears them apart. Fate conspires to throw all three into each other’s path with shattering results. A colourful cast of minor characters helps to create a stunning, stained-glass-montage of an adventure that will enthral readers young, old, and in-between.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Immortal Longings

Immortal Longings by Erin EldridgeImmortal Longings was conceived as a gentle love story. John Ryan, a talented young detective with the Seattle Police, and considered by many to be a playboy ‘ladies’ man’, is in reality searching for his soulmate, and finds her quite unexpectedly in the daughter of one of Seattle’s richest families. From vastly different backgrounds, they seem to be made for each other, but almost immediately their love confronts challenges that test them sorely. The theme of the book is about facing up to life’s tribulations and overcoming them through the power of love.

 

 

 

The Ivan

The Ivan by Erin EldridgeBerlin, April 1945. A terrified young German woman huddles in a cellar as the final battle for the city rages overhead, bracing herself for the arrival of the rampaging Red Army. Her husband, missing in France since D-day, is not there to shield her from the coming hell that WWII’s endgame brings, as triumphant Soviet soldiers make German women the targets of their vengeance.

 

An unlikely savior arrives in the form of a young Soviet officer who takes her under his wing and with whom she begins a torrid affair. But what are his motives for seeking her out and protecting her? What will she do if her husband returns? Can she love two men simultaneously, or will she have to choose? This story will grip you from the first page, make you laugh, make you cry, and remain with you.

 

 

 

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