Denysé Bridger

Biography

Canadian born and bred, and a lifelong dreamer, I began writing at an early age and can’t recall a time when I wasn’t creating in some artistic form. My life has had several on-going love affairs that shape much of what I write, the American West, Victorian England, cowboys, a passion for pirates, Greek Gods, and Ancient Egypt. The other endless love affair in my life is Italia and all its magic, beauty, and dazzling culture. That passion spills into all aspects of my life.

My first major fantasy novel is AS FATE DECREES. (Available in bookstores everywhere, and on Amazon’s international sites.) The novel relies heavily on Greek Mythology, and is set in Ancient Greece and modern Athens. If you enjoy a tale of Gods, Destiny, and the battles of an Eternal Champion, this is the book for you! (Less than six months after publication, it was a finalist for the 2008 Aurora Award.) Not surprisingly, there’s a touch of romance throughout, of course!

In the past half dozen years, I’ve signed with over a dozen publishers, and have released books in all lengths and genres, and it’s something I hope to continue to do for many more years. A visit to my website will show the diversity of what is currently available, and the mixing of genres and styles that will be employed in many up-coming projects as well. 

Books By This Author

“I really enjoyed this book. The romance was innocent and did not offend given the fact the lady was still married. I cheered for the hero the hole way. This is a great short read.”

Debbie C - Kindle reviewer on Another Man's Wife

“A nice little island romp, Stranded is hardly original, but that doesn't mean it's not fun. Fair warning though, it's pretty light on story, not that you don't already know the story anyway (what else would a woman and two men do on an island?) but as a really short story (only 18 pages) there's enough to keep your attention from beginning to end. Oh, and a whole lot of sex.”

Val - Kindle reviewer on Stranded

“A nice little island romp, Stranded is hardly original, but that doesn't mean it's not fun. Fair warning though, it's pretty light on story, not that you don't already know the story anyway (what else would a woman and two men do on an island?) but as a really short story (only 18 pages) there's enough to keep your attention from beginning to end. Oh, and a whole lot of sex.”

Kindle reviewer on Stranded

“This so much more than the ancient tale of Cinderella. It has more depth to each of the characters who seem more real than the Disney version. Read it and you will like the role of the fairy god mother as Denyse had written it; and be impressed with this Prince and his father...Men grab your princess and ladies grab your prince and read the story to each other. I shouldn't be surprise if you both pretend to be Cinderella and her prince when the tale ends ... or does it? This is a keeper. - 5 stars”

Robert E. Johnson - Kindle reviewer on Glass Slippers & Jeweled Masques

“Hunter's Game is a fast-paced paranormal erotic novella, populated with proper vampires ... not the soft, cuddly variety filled with angst and wish-fulfilling romantic interludes. Cliantha and Demetri will set the hairs on the back of your neck upright as they engage in a peculiar game, part one-upsmanship, part sadomasochistic, part domination-control.”

Beach Bum Books - Kindle reviewer on Hunters' Game

“What made me want to read this was of course it was about vampires. Being a vampire fan I definitely wanted to check this story out. I defintely give this FIVE FANGS!! The story had just enough vampire to give the story the bite it needed. The sex of course was very hot and intense. This was a short novel but it truly left you wanting more especially at the end, a surprising, however, great ending that left you to your imagination. Denyse is very talented and I truly enjoy her writing and think you will too!!!”

Jenny Webs - Kindle reviewer on Stolen Rapture

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