Susan M. Garrett - Intimations of Mortality (1997, Boulevard-Berkley, 284 p.)
Anne Hathaway-Nayne - These our Revels (1997, Boulevard-Berkley, 274 p)
Susan Sizemore - A Stiring of Dust (1997, Boulevard-Berkley, 252 p.)
I don't remember much about these except that some (or all?) tried to be literature except pulp and failed. Sizemore wrote quite a lot, Hathaway-Nayne was a team of Lucy Blue and Lara Apache. Blue wrote quite a lot of paranormal romances and some Fantasy, back before the rise of self-publishing.
Thanks, Andreas, for those scans! Nice covers. Intimations of Mortality sounds the most interesting. As I'm sure you recall, they did an episode of the show in season 2 (which I personally thought was the best of the three, though I'm very fond of certain episodes in all three seasons) where Nick seemed to be in some kind of parallel universe, where he was married to a clinging, needy, mortal Janette, while Natalie was his boss and illicit lover. It was an interesting story. I loved Cohen's scenes as the maitresse d' of the Raven.
I also have a thing for Canadian films and TV shows. (Coincidentally, my boyfriend is Canadian, but I was already watching Canadian TV that was syndicated here back in the late Sixties.) It's very much a minority interest since most don't rate anything produced in Canada AT ALL. Have tried watching some episodes of Highlander but couldn't get into it.