Published: January 2014
My sister was my lifeline, my beacon, my North Star. I could rely on her, depend on her, turn to her when the world was just too hard to face. She could depend on me for the same.
I laughed with her; cried with her; rejoiced her success; and part of me died with her too. I lived for her, loved no one greater than her. Without Savannah, I had no one to turn to, no one to share my soul with. My other half, closer than twins we were, was just gone.
Grief broke my soul and crushed my heart to dust. I didn’t know how to put the pieces back together. I wasn’t sure I even want to without her. How could I live knowing she would never share anything with me again?
Time, supposedly, heals all wounds. I don’t believe that. But I do know there are other ways to heal. I just had to find them.
Published June 3rd, 2014
Without the touch of time affecting her, Tiranna has spent the last two thousand years protecting dangerous artifacts that have the potential to destroy the world. Her distinctive magic makes her one of the most powerful, and at times, one of the most feared.
When she finds a demonic artifact that shouldn’t exist, she fears the return of a long-forgotten demon that has a single goal: create his version of Hell on earth. The world she spent her life protecting, could be lost.
Time never concerned her before, but now it’s her worst enemy. Only she has the power to destroy the demon masquerading as a black witch. All she has to do is figure out how.
Published September 16th, 2014
North was on track to go nowhere. According to his brothers, ice skating was a hobby not a career. That didn’t stop him from dreaming of an Olympic Medal. Even if it was an impossible dream without a coach.
Hadley had been on track to the Olympics when a skating accident left her crippled and unable to skate. With no future plan other than skating Hadley returns home tired and broken. She would never be again, an Olympic ranked skater.
When their tracks collide North finds hope and a future in Hadley. She could be everything he needs her to be. She could help him reach that elusive dream.
Hadley’s trying to find her future. That path doesn’t necessarily include North. North is a skater with his eyes set on a medal, and Hadley can never be again. She just wanted peace.
Leaving tracks is for North to do. Hadley has already cut hers into the ice.
Published November 4th, 2014
I had no name. My assignment was M001/A5. Marpesia Project Test One, Fifth Embryo. I wasn’t considered human. I was a thing to be owned.
I just wanted freedom. I wanted out of the lab and away from being the guinea pig for hundreds of scientists. I wanted to see the world with my eyes not through a computer monitor.
Instead I took two bullets, fell from twenty stories and ran to save my life. From who and what I had no idea and that wasn’t important at the time. Life was important.
I had my freedom but no idea what to do with it. There’s no way to out run the past, and I had to face it. There were too many strings loose and too many people that would be more than happy to lock me in a cage again.
Life was an evolution of natural selection but thanks to human intervention I was Unnatural. I would be deciding who to allow living, and who needed to die.
Being the best comes with consequences.She was the best thief Interpol ever tracked. But when a job goes wrong she has to make a deal with them to retain her freedom. Given the choice of being locked in a cell, or complete a simple favor the answer should be obvious. But will that favor prove to be too big, even for the best?
He had been the best once. The right hand man of one of the most powerful women in the city, everyone respected and feared him. But when he was left on the hook for a couple hundred thousand dollars worth of merchandise, he went from being the right hand to being the collared dog. When he is tasked with creating ties the newest gang member, will he go out of the frying pan and into the fire?
Expected Publication July 2015
Expected Publication September 2015
Deveraux has a problem. He wasn’t expecting a live practical exam. He had been expecting a paper test. Now, in order to get his HEA (Happily Ever After) license from the FGMA (Fairy God Mother Association) he has to put all his lessons into practice. However, his assignment isn’t cooperating.
Almost eighteen years old, Sidonie has given up on love. She’s given up on every happily ever after outside of her books. Being the chubby girl, gamer geek, book nerd in high school and the daughter of a drunk living in the projects left her open to ridicule and hostility not happily ever after. No one, not even a smooth talking cutie with a French accent, would make her believe otherwise.