logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Jane Toombs
Jane Toombs, the Viking from her past and their calico grandcat, Kinko, live on the south shore of Lake Superior in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula wilderness. Here they enjoy refreshing springs, marvelous summers and colorful falls which is enough to get them through the miserable... show more

Jane Toombs, the Viking from her past and their calico grandcat, Kinko, live on the south shore of Lake Superior in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula wilderness. Here they enjoy refreshing springs, marvelous summers and colorful falls which is enough to get them through the miserable winters. The Viking is a retired geologist and water well driller, while Jane is a retired nurse. Kinko has decided not to retire even though she's fifteen years old. Jane is eging up on ninety published books and hasn't counted how many novellas and short stories lately. She writes in all genres except men's action and erotica, but paranormal with or without romance is her favorite She does prefer happy endings, though. Jane's web site is: www.JaneToombs.com
show less
Jane Toombs's Books
Recently added on shelves
Jane Toombs's readers
Share this Author
Community Reviews
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
Readable but just barely. Juddery, it reads like a series of short stories held together by a central theme. A family have a recessive for twins and shapeshifting, mix in shamanism, magic, hunters and some other paranormal. Turn of the 20th Century USA.
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 9 years ago
Anthology. 1.75 stars.1. Stolen Brides by Ashley Ladd. This paragraph is the reason I stopped reading the story: " She trembled when Davek's gaze roamed boldly over her, and she remembered the sizzle of his touch on her womanly core with every fiber of her being. When his gaze darkened on her ...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 10 years ago
Is this the best collection of fairy tale retellings? No. The book is about half good and half bad. Stand out stories include:"Shall We Dance" by C. S. Friedman. This is story has a very good line about dung. Honest."Bitter Fruit" by Rosemary Edgehill. The type of spooky story you have to read...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 12 years ago
Out of 20 short stories, only three didn't induce nausea or boredom. Rosemary Edghill's "Bitter Fruit: A Tale of Crownland" was a grown up and viscerally disturbing story about a woman who seeks justice. Scott William Carpenter's "Heart of Stone," in which a calculating Medusa experiments with wha...
see community reviews
Need help?