Julie A. D'Arcy grew up reading the likes of Lord of the Rings, Once and Future King and every fairy-tale she could get her hands on. Later on falling in love with the works of David Gemmell, Terry Brooks and Johanna Lindsey.
With her love of both the Fantasy and the Romance genres, her love of books prompted her to try her hand at writing her own novel.
Her first book, Time of the Wolf, was published in 1999 and went on to win the 1999 Dorothy Parker RIO Award for Women's fantasy fiction. She also shortlisted in the Australian RWA Award, the U.S.A PEARL AWARD and the SAPPHIRE AWARD.
Julie A. D'Arcy has published seven full length novels and four novellas. She is currently working on a sequel to The Cross of Tarlis.
She lives in rural Victoria, Australia with her two spoiled Oriental cats, Takielah and Alara while running a small Airbnb. She has a love of travel, and has visited the UK, Asia and many European countries and hopes to one day visit the U.S. Julie has two lovely daughters and two adorable grandchildren.
Time of the Wolf coming 13th January 2021
eBook and Paperback.
soon to be rereleased.
In all eBook formats and print from iHeart Publishing, Kindle, all Amazon stores. smashwords, Kobo, Barns&Noble. eBook and Print
NEW 5 star REVIEW
Spellbound by Julie A. Darcy
"A coven of twelve witches and a woman with the blue-black hair of a raven’s wing and bright blue-green eyes, congregate around a large iron black cauldron"
That is how Spellbound starts. And as good as that line is, it just gets better from there. Isabella is a modern woman determined to make a better life for herself than the one she finds herself in as the fiancé of a rich, powerful Russian Mafia boss.
I don't want to give away any spoilers but I can say, she makes her escape and the adventure begins.
Julie A. D’Arcy creates compelling, realistic characters. This enchanting story seized me to read it in one sitting. It's that good.
Currently out of print and is under consideration by TWRP.
NIGHT'S ETERNAL VOW
Lord Vincent D’Armano, a young nobleman, on leaving his mistress’s house in London one rainy cold night in the 1700’s is set upon by a sensual cunning, vampiress, Epatha, who is searching for a mate.
Many years later, after travelling to America and killing a war chief’s son, Vincent is cursed by a Cheyenne Shaman and has the ability to feel emotion restored. He escapes Epatha’s deadly embrace, although she still tracks him, and re emerges into society decades later only to meet with the very woman that could destroy him, in more ways than one.
Detective Alara Gale hates Vampires after her childhood boyfriend is murdered and she sees a black cloaked figure fleeing the scene.
So when she discovers the dark stranger she is already more than half in love with is no other than the Vampire she is hunting ....
Whisper of Yesterday
By Julie A. D'Arcy
Review from Reviewer Cornelia Amiri-
It is always hard for an author to find a creative way to involve a ghost, with the limitations of a spirit's body, in the tantalizing, heated love scenes of a romance. Julie A. Darcy's method is smooth, superb, and original. I found myself so attached to the intriguing, fully fleshed out characters of Alyssa and Aidan that I know they will haunt me for some time to come.
---What follows is an interwoven tale of chilling betrayal and a haunting love story that traverses centuries...
To be re-released in 2021, on Smashwords, Amazon, Barns & Noble, ARe and good online bookstores.
Reviewer Cornelia Amiri-
This is the story of Ace, a young Australian football player from a small town in Queensland, who flees his questioning relatives to holiday in Thailand. There he rescues Matt a young sophisticated man from Sydney, who in turn rescues him and helps him to accept who he is.
A story of discovery. With a few twists and turns thrown in.