Don’t Rhine on My Parade

DontRhineonMyParade_cover- awardPiper Cavanaugh is The Rhine Maiden, a descendant of the sirens who lured sailors to their deaths with beautiful singing. After vowing never to use her supernatural power of command, she is more than happy to stay at home with her two little girls, but one tiny slip-up and her secret has come back to bite her – literally. Now she must win permission to join the United Supernatural Beings, or it’s open hunting season on all of humanity. While juggling toddlers, keeping her husband in the dark, and babysitting her rebellious kid sister, Piper finds herself befriending a vampire, stealing from murderous witches, and doing battle with Satan, otherwise known as her mother-in-law. And she thought grocery shopping with her kids was hard!

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Author’s Note: This replaces a previous version as Book One in the series. Major plotlines have been changed in order to make the story more accessible to a wider range of readers.

5 Responses to Don’t Rhine on My Parade

  1. Tim Welch says:

    how would one go about getting acopy of your ebook?

    • erinevans says:

      Glad you asked! Katie White has just finished the cover art for the book and I have formatted the book for ebook readers. At sometime in the near future I will be publishing the book with both Smashwords and Amazon Kindle. When that happens I will put a link on my blog to both sites.

  2. Laura Wheeler says:

    I howled from the very beginning of your book … great comic relief after getting my daughter’s 3-year old triplets into bed! I read some parts of it to my daughter – and she finally cracked a smile and chuckled. For that I am so thankful, as she had reached her limit and is totally exhausted. That’s why I’m staying with her for a few weeks.

    Finished the book in one sitting and am reading your second Rhine Maiden book. Love your openings … LOVE BUGS! It’s also interesting that you seem to be a neighbor. I live in Palm Bay.

    I am really enjoying this! You are now on my list for authors to follow and I’ve bookmarked your site. Keep ’em coming.

    Laura

  3. erinevans says:

    Wow! Triplets! And I thought I had it a little rough with 5 kids! Give my best to your daughter. She’s very blessed to have you. As someone who has also “reached her limit” many times, I can honestly say that it 1. it’s all worth it, and 2. it does get easier! I wouldn’t trade my kids for the world, but sometimes I think about selling them to the gypsies!
    We are also neighbors! What a small world. It must have been a little weird to pick up a book and realize that it’s set in your hometown.
    Thank you so much for posting, it’s been really nice to hear from people who have enjoyed what I’ve written. My goal is to entertain! We all need to escape and have a good laugh now and then. Especially with triplets!
    -Erin

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