Jane Godman writes paranormal romance for Harlequin Nocturne, thrillers for Harlequin Romantic Suspense, and steamy historical romance for Samhain Publishing. Her new paranormal series, The Arctic Brotherhood, is coming from SMP Swerve in 2017.

Jane also writes erotic romance for Carina Press under the pen name Amanda Stewart.

Jane lives in Cheshire, England, is married to a lovely man and is mum to two grown up children.

One For Sorrow


Enticed by telepathy. Enslaved by lust.

On a remote island in the Irish Sea, five girls have been murdered in the last eighteen months. When Detective Inspector Harry Grimshaw is told he must work with a psychic investigator, he is hostile and skeptical… but tattooed, foul-mouthed biker Dora Balniel is not a stereotypical clairvoyant.

In spite of their animosity, Dora and Harry must work together to sift through Celtic legend and magpie folklore and probe the mind of an obsessive serial killer. It becomes clear that Dora has been deliberately lured to the island by the killer and that he has the ability to probe her mind. With the murderer controlling what Dora sees, Harry struggles to maintain control and keep Dora safe. As the sizzling attraction between them builds, it will require all of Harry’s ingenuity as well as her own psychic ability to ensure Dora does not become the next victim.

 

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6 comments

PinkGilly15 - 17th December 2016 Reply

I’m kept awake at night by the cat she has a crazy hour about midnight!!

Ali Greig - 17th December 2016 Reply

all the noises the house makes at night..

bn100 - 17th December 2016 Reply

cat

Colleen C. - 18th December 2016 Reply

When my thoughts won’t shut off…

Trix - 24th December 2016 Reply

A book (good) or jangly nerves (bad)…

James Escol - 25th December 2016 Reply

It’s either a movie, a book or my lappy. They really do a good work on keeping me up all night. LOL!

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