From Ylva Publishing
Release date: November 2, 2016.
Rescue Me is an Amazon Bestseller.
The Lesbian Review featured a buddy-review on Rescue Me by reviewers Tara Scott and Brooklyn Goodrich:
“The romance worked well for me because the chemistry between them was done well [….] Even better than the romance, however, was the suspense side of things. [….] Rescue Me is a great book and well worth checking out.”
Life is exciting if you’re one of the top RCMP officers in the country. With a few good years under her belt and a promotion so close she can almost touch it, Staff Sergeant Kristen Bailey of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has everything figured out. Until she meets Ashleigh Paige.
Beautiful, naïve, intelligent, and trusting, Ashleigh is the perfect possible lead for Bailey’s case. All she has to do is get close to her. The only problem is Ashleigh’s a paramedic, and in Toronto, paramedics and cops don’t mix.
Undercover and searching for answers as a Toronto police officer, Bailey uses her charm to get Ashleigh to trust her and open up about what she knows surrounding the case of a dead police officer and the paramedics who might have murdered him.
The trouble is, the closer she gets to Ashleigh, the more the line between informant and intimate gets blurred.
Other reviews for Rescue Me
“This book was truly a perfect balance of action and romance [….] The writing was also incredible – visual and thrilling.” –Goodreads review
“Another must read! I’m quickly coming to the conclusion that Michelle Teichman can write any genre.” –Goodreads review
“A book that keeps you glued to your favorite reading spot, that has romance, mystery, sexy characters… in my opinion an author couldn’t do any better than that.” –Goodreads review
“The character building is seriously brilliant…” –Goodreads review
Young Adult (YA/Coming of Age)
From Ylva Publishing
The Space Between receives Honorable Mention at the 2016 Rainbow Book Awards and 5-star review from judge Elisa Rolle:
“The read is interesting and realistic [….] but what made my day was to find finally a young adult book that does not use the same old cliché about how lesbian girls are in high school. [….] This was an excellent lesbian YA novel [….] The characters [….] were well drawn and the internal process of each was extremely well described with palpable and believable emotion. The high school setting in Toronto was well drawn. The conflict situations, pacing and secondary characters were described quite well and were believable.[….] I felt the book was very strong and a good example of how important it is to have high quality lesbian YA.” –Elisa Rolle, Judge, Rainbow Book Awards 2016
The Lesbian Review featured a buddy-review on The Space Between by reviewers Tara Scott and Brooklyn Goodrich:
“The Space Between is well worth a read, and is especially important to give to queer kids you know in religious homes so they can experience the validation of seeing themselves. That representation is what takes The Space Between from a great book to an important book.” –The Lesbian Review
Everything’s great for Harper Isabelle, the most popular girl in grade nine. That is, until she meets Sarah Jamieson. Sarah is a reclusive artist, a loner who wears black makeup and doesn’t’ have any friends, but for some reason, Harper can’t stop thinking about her.
Sarah isn’t used to people looking her way, especially popular girls like Harper Isabelle. Scared, religious, and unsure of herself, when Sarah begins to realize that her feelings for Harper might go beyond friendship, she is afraid to take the plunge and tell Harper how she feels.
Emotions build between these young women until they both reach their breaking points, and they need to make a choice about coming to terms with who they really are, and what they can and cannot live without.
Crime Fiction (Mystery)
The Gentleman: An Alex Lines Novel
This books is being edited for re-release in late 2017, and is currently not available to buy.