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Fairy Tale Colors

This is a collection of modernized fairy tales each given a color as its title. Red is a retelling of Red Riding Hood, for example, while Green is modeled after the story of The Princess and the Pea. These stories are tame enough to be read by your teen, but thrilling enough that you'll come back to them again and again.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews. If you'd like to show your love please head over to amazon and let the world know what you think... it'd be a great help to the readers and the writer as well!

Piece on Earth

In December of 2012 a spacecraft appeared in Earth's atmosphere. Admiral Pygor informed the inhabitants of the planet that it belonged to his people and they'd returned to claim it as stipulated in a million year old contract signed by the most sentient beings of that time. Elise Brandon, as beautiful as she is smart, is sent in to authenticate the document, but she takes him out to a Christmas party instead. Very soon, the tables are turned when Pygor's ship is destroyed, but one lone shuttle escaped, crashing somewhere in the California desert. Now Pygor and Elise are on the run, and the desert is their ultimate destination in the hopes that his son is among those who survived.

REVIEWS: That Elise Brandon character shows that beautiful and intelligent can change the world....

Promise Me the Moon, Second Edition

Anna May Darcy is an intrepid teen with an IQ that's out of this world. She convinces Jake Roberts, lead architect in charge of designing the lunar station her father will be in charge of, to join her in creating a history of events leading up to their new life on the moon. The pair fall hopelessly in love, but because Anna is too young, there is only one thing Jake can do. Promise her the moon.

REVIEWS: What an awesome story...It is sweet, emotional, suspenseful, fun, enjoyable and so much more...

Space Wash

Crazy, irreverent tale of a group of teens so willing to get away from reform school they steal a space craft and take it for a joy ride, only to be hit by a large bag of space waste.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews. If you'd like to show your love please head over to amazon and let the world know what you think...it'd be a great help to the readers and the writer as well!

Star Folly

Awakened in deep space during an unexpected stop, Wendy Nation never expected to learn that the legendary Star Follies were not merely space lore, as she had always believed.

REVIEWS: Somebody's folly turning into such an important element (no, I won't spoil the story) made the story. For me. For others, it might be the romance, which are compelling, too.


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Dark Nebula

Lady Arayna Mosendic was sold to a brothel and ran away, only to be captured by a handsome space Captain instead. Now she had become a part of a desperate mission to save all of humanity from a sentient anomaly bent on destruction, and her handsome captor, Herc Hyperion, has given her a reason to try.

REVIEWS: From "poor thing" to "lucky"...

A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

Summer and Mia Raines came to Haven to bury their sister and move into her old house, and as usual Mia was all over the cutest guy around. Summer had been so sure she and Wolf Carson connected that first day, yet it was Mia he called to make a dinner date. It left her hurt more than she could possibly explain. But when she finds Wolf in her bedroom after that date, professing his interest in her, she doesn’t know what to think. And it doesn’t help when she and Mia go shopping and learn that most folks in town believed that Wolf isn’t even human, but some kind of a werewolf instead! Is Summer’s life in danger? Is Mia’s? And more importantly, which sister is this hunky guy finally going to choose? Come on in to this twisted, steamy tale and find out.

REVIEWS: From the beginning, I didn't like Mia. She was too pushy and showed herself to have little care for others. Especially her sister, Summer. Even though Summer seems a bit introverted, Wolf brings out the wild side in her...

Bruin

When a limousine showed up at my door one afternoon and the driver invited me to get inside, I was much too curious to refuse. Now, he's whisked me off to begin the adventure of a lifetime, working with shape shifters in a hidden preserve. For an animal behaviorist like me, it's quite a rush. But I'd be lying if I didn't admit to having a strong attraction to my new boss though. The man leaves my heart palpitating and my knees weak, and I'm dying to throw myself into his arms. There's just one hitch. My coworkers and I only ever talk to Bruin over a microphone. Nobody has ever seen his face. Does this mean I'm doomed to spend my nights alone?

REVIEWS: The Secret's Out!!


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Dragon's Eye

Welcome to Magehold, another dimension hidden from the eyes of the Mundane world where magical people thrive. In this first book of the series, Felicity Lake's world collides with that of dragons constantly, but she never expected them to completely merge. Apprenticed to the handsome and famous wizard, Lancelot Jones, she begins to learn skills she'll need to function as an adult within their world. But her advanced education is hardly the first thing on her mind when faced with such sexy green eyes, or an attraction which takes her completely by surprise. Given a mission to seek out the Grimoire Draconis—a magical tome guarded by an ancient dragon within a mountain stronghold, Lance is quick to point out they've never spent a night alone. But is Felicity ready to explore? The temperature's rising in this delightful remake of Terratica's Talisman, and it is now the first in a series of stories to be set in this world. Enjoy!

REVIEWS: Witches and wizards and dragons, OH MY!!

Undying Fire

Detective Harley Trent is beginning to think he's going crazy. The only leads he can find in his murder investigation seem to be pointing to a most unlikely unsub—a vampire. As he digs deeper, he begins to realize that reality is blending with his nightmares, and the key to the mystery rests somewhere in his past, and is held by a woman who has haunted his dreams for as long as he can remember, and fires his blood with a need only she can quench.

REVIEWS: This book was written in such a manner that the reader is capable of "seeing" the action in their imagination.

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Acolyte 1-4

This is a combined novel containing all four of the Acolyte Novellas, which are listed individually below. This one was made mostly so that people who wanted to could buy the printed book as one volume.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews.

Acolyte 1:
Eleanor

When her twin brother runs away from home rather than allow their father to repay his debts by selling him as a slave, Eleanor is given to the wizard, Bargoth, in his place.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews.

Acolyte 2:
William

William ran off to join a fictional rebellion against King Calador, but soon discovered he was not the son of a lord, but the heir to a kingdom he needed to reclaim.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews.

Acolyte 3:
Rogue

King Calador aids William with one army even as he sends Bargoth and Eleanor south across the desert to investigate a mystery in Rogue.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews.

Acolyte 4:
Dallen

At Rogue, the mages learned of a threat to Dallen, and the Duke of Rogue's young son is sucked into a crystal in the process.
They must race to Dallen to save him, and the world as well.

REVIEWS: This book is still in need of reviews.