in Maryland with my husband and five children, (three girls and two
boys) I am an avid reader of romance, horror,
most times reading three to four books at a time (I
usually have a book in every room of the house).
Iím not reading, youíll hear me singing which I do horribly, but I love
just the same. As a teen I loved to read romance
magazines and daydream. The second child out of nine,
I grew up a tomboy, and after graduating from high school joined the
military. When my tour in the military was over; I
became a process server and eventually a private investigator.
I later decided to become a full time wife and mommy, but still
had my love for romance reading and the knack for daydreaming, which led
me to writing My Everything. I am working on my
second novel My Angel.
visit Denise online at
I hope you
enjoy reading My Everything as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Stop by my website at
http://www.deniseskelton.com where I am offering a free drawing.
Denise Skelton -- November 2005 --
At the age of twenty,
father dies, leaving him to provide for his mother and sister. Years
later, his sister is in need of a bone marrow transplant, and
Ben seeks the help of Meyerís
Investigations to find an unknown sibling to save her. His immediate
attraction to the sexy and Adventurous private investigator Deanna
cousin Terry have one thing in
common. They both want
Dee out of the picture. But only one
will go to any lengths to make that happen. Even kill.
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|What people are saying
about MY EVERYTHING...
Reviewer: BookReview.com (Madison,
WI United States)
A female PI, a wealthy businessman, a slightly nuts-o ex
girlfriend, and a vindictive cousin are the main characters in
Denise Skelton's "My Everything." Benjamin Harrison is on a
mission to save his sister's life by hiring Dee Meyers and
Meyers Investigations to search out the half sister he has never
known. In need of a bone marrow transplant, his sister has
precious time to live. Dee takes a special interest in the case
after getting to know Ben, and their working relationship
teeters on becoming becomes something much more.
Hesitant to get involved, Dee is concerned over the way her
friends have handled their own interracial relationships, and
her job doesn't exactly show her the best side of humanity. Will
Ben be able to win her over? He tries very hard! But other
obstacles are in the way. Janet, Ben's ex, and Dee's cousin
Terry want nothing less than to come in between Ben and Dee. One
of them is willing to go to great lengths to achieve this goal;
one of them is willing to kill.
This work of fiction is an interesting look at relationships,
and also a glimpse into the real drama of private
investigations. The story flows well and offers surprises here
and there. A romance set in reality; I feel the book will be
well received. The writing is flawless and captivating. This is
not your typical PI novel, but something else entirely.
I enjoyed the read and savored the story. I trust readers will
find it tantalizing.
Review by Heather Froeschl