Welcome to the library! Here you’ll find an overview of all my books. Feel free to roam the shelves! You can find more information, as well as extra material like short stories and maps, on the series specific pages. Feel free to shout out if you have questions or if there’s something more you’d like to see!
Once, Iyanka thought her life would bring an end to centuries of conflict between the wielders of ice and fire. Now, all she hopes for is another day without a knife at her throat.
For the past four years, Iyanka has lived in the shadow of Baron Malchomy. He and the other barons condemned the wielders as sorcerers, and then used dark magic of their own to slaughter every wielder they could find. Malchomy killed her family, and he would see it as the highest honor to kill Iyanka, if he ever found out she’s alive. Luckily for Iyanka, he never visits his kitchens.
It’s a narrow line she walks, living among the men who annihilated her people. Her once prized hold over ice and frost is a deadly liability. One misstep, one person uncovering her true name, and her years of hiding will come to a gruesome end.
Except when someone at Baron Malchomy’s castle does learn her name, she finds that not everyone she once knew is dead. Another wielder lives in Malchomy’s shadow, a man who belongs to a past she can’t forget, and a future that never was. Can she trust the hope that he offers her? Or will the promise of frosted fire fall to the barons as well?
Henry’s story isn’t one that should be told in pieces. In the overgrown gardens of Agera, Henry promised Princess Iyanka that someday he’d tell her his story. If it were anyone else, the promise would lay dormant. Even in its entirety, Henry’s story isn’t one to trifle with…
Eero Henry, second son of the great King Duna of Ecleath. The most powerful young sorcerer of his age and the scourge of the Theophiloi. Henry was raised to depend on magic, to do what was required of him, and to never question his father’s orders.
Except there are some bonds stronger that his loyalty to his king, and when tragedy turns Henry against his father, he’s exiled. As an outcast, Henry’s life as Eero and sorcerer follows him, until he’s dragged into a punishment for a people not his own. A punishment he can’t escape.
Imprisoned and forced to face all that he’s ever done, Henry questions whether what he’s been taught about magic, and the Theophiloi, is true. Maybe magic isn’t the true strength he’s been told. Maybe there is a way out of his prison.
But even if Henry gives in, even if he’s set free, the question remains…can someone born in darkness ever really escape?
The aerhme trained Sioned as a healer. The night people turned her into a weapon. And the shadows tainting her blood promise to shape her into a nightmare.
All Sioned has ever wanted was to heal, but lately all she’s done is destroy. Now, Sioned faces a choice: give in and become the weapon the night people forced her to be, or hope the rumored dragon of the wastes is more merciful than the legends claim.
She knows escape won’t be so simple, though. The night people’s reach extends beyond the steppes, and soon nowhere will be far enough to hide. What little hope she has depends on a misfit band standing against the night people. If she stands with them, if she can preserve their lives so they can keep fighting, perhaps they can show her a way out of the shadows.
But maybe the voices in the shadows are right. Maybe she’s fallen too far for redemption. After all, in a world filled with legends and dragons…what use is a broken healer?
Secrets of the National Parks Collection
Valerie lost her memories 5 years ago. She awoke in a hospital with two kind strangers by her side, her injuries giving the only clue to who she was. Since then, living in a series of national parks with her rescuers; she has caught glimpses of creatures that shouldn’t exist.
Shortly after relocating to Rocky Mountain National Park, she meets a handsome, mysterious stranger. Can he help her find the truth about the faerie creatures…and her own identity?
Dragon’s Flight continues the story of the faerie creatures in the National Parks. Zareth, Valkyrie and Aleric’s son, discovers abilities he never dreamed he’d possess, and a purpose he hadn’t known he’d been looking for.
Just in time too, because a new foe is threatening Yellowstone. While confronting the problems in Yellowstone, Zareth learns about friendship, loyalty, bravery, and love.
It will take everything Zareth has to protect those he loves, because the violence is not limited to Yellowstone…it spans the continent.
The National Parks are in turmoil. Creatures continue to attack led by unknown enemies with unknown goals. The elves are spread thin, unable to search for their enemy while defending the parks. Zareth works to train Wrydian in time to bring more warriors into the fight, while Aleric and Saeran try to gather the Fae council in an effort to find more allies willing to help. Aderyn isn’t sure what her place will be in this war. Ignorsh is defeated, but creatures still seek her, which puts her new family in danger. Zareth promises that he will protect Aderyn, but she wonders who will protect the elves from her. Can the abilities that have made tyrants of her people be harnessed for good? If she does use her soul searching, will it be enough to save them? Join Aderyn and Zareth as they face new challenges and forge unexpected relationships in the Secrets of the National Parks.
A stolen rose, a beautiful girl, and a beast trapped in a cursed castle. Sounds familiar, right?
But what if Beauty had a secret of her own? What if there was a curse at work far deadlier than being trapped in a castle?
Ember’s uncle borrowed money from the local war lord, and she’s the one being forced to pay the price; indentured servitude to the cruelest man in the land. However, when her uncle returns from a journey with enough gold to pay his debt, and a story of the monstrous lord who gave it to him, Ember finds herself in more of an adventure than she bargained for.
Marquis Dyrerisan is not the beast Ember expects. He’s haughty lord with a mysterious past, who actually appreciates her sarcasm. For Ember…falling in love is the most dangerous adventure of all.