The Shendri Series
Book One: The Marked Princess
With her eighteenth birthday fast approaching, crown princess Josselyn deLure knows it’s her duty to choose a husband, but that doesn’t mean she has to be happy about it. She’d much rather be practicing her swordplay with her best friend, Edmund, or teasing her straight-laced guard, Alex. Marriage isn’t exactly high on her list of priorities.
But Josselyn isn’t your typical princess, and this isn’t your typical fairytale story. When a plot to overthrow the kingdom sends her fleeing for her life, Josselyn will discover just how different she truly is as the ancient, celestial magic dwelling beneath her marked skin emerges in the most startling of ways. Will she be strong enough to face the darkness there and save her kingdom? Or will she crumple under the weight of self-doubt?
Book Two: The Searching Songbird
Your only fault was placing your trust in someone as unworthy as me.
Lily Delaney is on a mission to save one of her sister Shendri. The only problem is she doesn’t actually know who she is. Or where she is, for that matter. All she has to go on is a vision she saw in her dreams. That, and the help of her celestial beast, Suzaku. Will determination be enough to save the unknown Shendri from harm? Or will Lily find herself in more trouble than she can handle?
Draven Grant gets things done. When the boss gives him a job to do, he does it, no questions asked. That is, until the boss tasks him with the unsavory job of stealing an innocent young woman away from her family. A job that becomes even more complicated when she decides to sail to another kingdom. Will he be able to maintain his professional indifference as they drift off to sea together? Or will the appeal of a certain, golden-haired passenger place him in an impossible situation?
Book Three: The Unclaimed Wolf
I will not abandon them to their fate. Bade needs to be stopped, and I’m the one who needs to do it.
Sir Edmund Brandt has always considered himself to be a natural charmer. So, when Queen Josselyn ships him off to Northern Myr in hopes of recruiting the wolf Shendri, he assumes locating her will be the hardest part. Little does he know this wolf has teeth.
Maya, a.k.a. “Shifter”, is second-in-command of the Dirt Mercs, a position she takes quite seriously. The Mercs are her family, and she’s determined to use her gifts to protect them. When an arrogant Eldorian Knight arrives at the Haven and starts nosing around, she’s having none of it. No one messes with her family and gets away with it.
Edmund isn’t the only one looking to claim the wolf, however, and a dark shadow lies on the other side of the river, where Bade and his newfound dragon Shendri linger, waiting for Maya to join their fold. And Bade isn’t one to take rejection lightly.
Book Four: The Moonlit Warrior
“Forget the words of evil men, and see yourself for who you truly are.”
The battle for Lehi has reached its peak, and with the Shendri united for the first time, hope for beating Bade back is high. But when a new villain with tremendous power is added to the mix, the Shendri will need to be stronger than ever – a feat made almost impossible given the dragon Shendri’s weakened state. Will Fia be able to overcome the nightmares of her past and become the hero that Lehi so desperately needs? Or will fighting the only person she’s ever truly loved prove too difficult a task?
The Seattle Six
She’s scared – I get that. He really fucked her up. She used to be a pretty together girl. Now, she’s one panic attack shy of a basket case. The only thing keeping her from going completely over the edge?
I am Jane’s sweet revenge.
Jane is a shy college senior striving for invisibility as she struggles with PTSD. Jae is a pissed-off vigilante who stalks the night dispensing justice. Being the same person? A minor inconvenience. There are two sides to every story, but only one way it can end…
How far will the mind bend to keep itself safe?
Veronica Mars meets Fight Club in this fast-paced, NA psychological thriller novella.
CW: strong language, mild violence, non-explicit references to rape
Suggested Age Rating: 16+
Anthologies and Collaborations
IT IS TIME FOR THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY
Ten fairytale villains set the record straight, sharing their version of classic tales. They may still be villainous or redeem themselves – you decide.
Retold stories feature the Evil Queen, Rumpelstiltskin, the Giant from Jack and the Beanstalk, Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, the Ogress from Rapunzel, the witch from Hansel and Gretel, the Big Bad Wolf, the Pied Piper, Bluebeard, and the stepmother from Cinderella.
Villainous features twisted tales sure to intrigue you because, after all, what would a fairytale be without its villain?
Gather round, this full moon night of ritual and dark enchantment. Welcome to our witches ball, we have such tales to share. Spells cast, it’s that time of year, a thousand whispers stirring in the air. Obsidian stone, black as night. Ghosts and ghouls give such a fright. Fourteen doors lead into myth — of covens, witches, trials, and hauntings. Brace yourselves, all ye who enter here.