Peta Crake (Author)

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Peta Crake

Peta Crake grew up in a small town on the south coast of Western Australia, where the idea of fairies and monsters residing in the thick forests was perfectly believable. After spending nearly a decade living in Japan and reveling in its culture, she turned her hand to writing.

Now living back in Australia with a husband, two kids, a cuddle-addicted cat, and a thoroughly confused dog, she writes urban fantasy and paranormal romance full of strong sassy heroines, surprising heroes and disturbed side-kicks.

Peta is the author of the Ophelia Lind novels Harbinger and Sacrifice and the stand-alone novel Revelry.

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Book Cover:  Defiance
The thrilling conclusion to the Ophelia Lind series.
The thrilling conclusion to the Ophelia Lind series.
Published: 10/11/2015
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781760141301
Book Cover:  Harbinger: Destiny Romance
A sexy paranormal romance from an exciting new Australian author.
A sexy paranormal romance from an exciting new Australian author.
Published: 16/08/2012
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742536484
Book Cover:  Revelry: Destiny Romance
Fans of Christine Feehan will love this sexy paranormal romance from the author of Harbinger.
Fans of Christine Feehan will love this sexy paranormal romance from the author of Harbinger.
Published: 14/08/2013
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781743482568
Book Cover:  Sacrifice
The next thrilling instalment in the Opehlia Lind series from Peta Crake.
The next thrilling instalment in the Opehlia Lind series from Peta Crake.
Published: 18/11/2014
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781760140922

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