The City is an immense metropolis of crystal spires and wondrous magic. Beneath is the Dungeon, a vast underground world, and a source of endless treasure guarded by grotesque and deadly monsters. No one knows where the Dungeon came from, or why.
Any who would dare face the dangers and riches of the Dungeon must first be transformed into a delver, a quasi-immortal creature whose every attribute is defined by numbers. Yet the “immortality” offered is but illusionary, for without consuming the crystal found only within the Dungeon, a delver will inevitably die.
One young immigrant braves the Dungeon to remit money to his family, only to find much, much more. Friends, power, and secrets of the Dungeon.
Private eye Nick Beasley lives in a world where fairy tales ended a long time ago – where zeppelins now soar the skies instead of dragons, and where the first automobiles have taken the place of flying carpets. He’s made a name for himself across the Afterlands by debunking fake magicians and exposing fraudulent monsters. This is the modern age, after all. Magic and monsters are long gone.
At least, that’s what Nick believes. Until he gets magically transformed into a monster, that is.
The only person who may be able to help Nick is Lady Cordelia Beaumont, one of the last enchantresses in the Afterlands. But in order for her to cure him, they’ll have to retrieve a powerful artifact from a ruthless crime lord – who is also Cordelia’s father.
The fate of the Afterlands lies in the hands of a runaway enchantress and a monstrous ex-detective. What could possibly go wrong?
Perfect for fans of Doctor Who, Once Upon A Time, or The Dresden Files, the Beaumont and Beasley series features high adventure in a world where fairy tales are history.
When second son Alexander Valentine loses his brother to an assassin’s arrow, he discovers that his family protects an ancient secret and reluctantly finds himself at the center of the final battle of a war that was supposed to have ended two thousand years ago.
Pursued by the dark minions of an ancient enemy, Alexander flees to the mountain city of Glen Morillian where he discovers that he is the heir to the throne of Ruatha, one of the Seven Isles, but before he can claim the throne he must recover the ancient Thinblade. Seven were forged by the first Sovereign of the Seven Isles and bound to the bloodline of each of the seven Island Kings in exchange for their loyalty to the Old Law. Each sword is as long as a man’s arm, as wide as a man’s thumb and so thin it can’t be seen when viewed from the edge. Thinblade is the epic fantasy adventure story of Alexander’s quest to find the ancient sword, claim the throne of Ruatha and raise an army to stand against the enemy that has awoken to claim dominion over all of the Seven Isles.
Introducing the steamy first installment in the Heat of the Moment quartet!
When feline black market dealer Catra begins her heat cycle for the first time, she quickly finds herself overwhelmed by her instincts. Just when it seems like her misery will eclipse her desire, one of her clients offers to help her out.
Prince Leon knows how to avoid trouble when scouting the black markets of his father’s kingdom, but he doesn’t expect Catra. Instinctively and irresistibly drawn to her, he offers to help ease her heat symptoms, and she is quick to agree.
At first, the deal is a simple one: Leon helps Catra, and Catra pleases Leon in return. But each heated liaison brings them closer and closer together until they are ultimately forced to acknowledge their illicit feelings for one another.
“Noblesse Oblige” is a fantasy romance of 20,000 words. It’s set against a medieval fantasy backdrop, and does not contain cheating or abuse. Happy ending guaranteed!
This novella is intended for mature audiences only.
Fel crouched on the deck, her eyes just above the top of the Silence’s railing, watching the pirate ship anchored nearby. She tried to stop trembling.
Fel is the only child who has ever escaped from the Abode, a workhouse for children, hidden from the world inside thick, swirling mists. Fel finds a home with a family of reformed pirates, but the discovery of a magical object from her former life sends her back to the Abode to rescue her friend Molly.
Fel’s reappearance sets in motion an adventure that goes far beyond saving one girl.
A coming-of-age story for anyone 8 or older, The Abode offers readers a complex fantasy complete with pirates, dragons, and the Abode’s children, who discover who and what they really are.
A Native American Woman’s journey as she discovers the will of her ancestors with supernatural influences.
Sara. Haunted by her mother’s ghost.
RedHorse was there when the mud grabbed me and wound its way through my body. My dead mother’s voice sang in the shadows scaring me. RedHorse comforted me, and my heart shattered in my chest, pounding away at his closeness. Hopefully, he won’t think I’m crazy and tell Grandfather that the woods scared me. I won’t have Grandfather worrying that I’m going crazy. And no, there is no such thing as ghosts. It’s only the wind, whispering over the trees.
RedHorse. Tortured by his father’s voice.
Sara tempts me and pulls me toward her like a filly to a lump of sugar. If only my father’s ghost didn’t stalk me every time Sara come close. I have to leave, I can’t tolerate the farm anymore and the muffled voices in my head. The army is what I need and hopefully, I can convince Sara to leave Kansas, her grandfather, and our community once my tour is over. To make a life somewhere else without the ghostly spirits that yell at me. She could sell the land her grandfather leaves her and we could start anew. If she’ll have me.
The Old One. The Bad is coming.
And someone will have to pay the price at some point, even if it is with a life. The sacred land must be kept from trespassers, or we’ll take the land ourselves and more. Some spirits are angry and argue that this was once ours and it could be again if the Spirit Key leaves, then we could unlock the door to the death realm that Sara is meant to keep closed.
We have to stop them, but only if Sara finds her calling on her own, without interference.
Grandfather. The Old One called to me.
Took me off my Kansas horse farm and into a vision of the future. My beautiful land had been taken away, bulldozed and turned into a suburb.
Only the Spirit Key can save our heritage.
Young Sara looks like the best candidate, but she must embrace her Native American roots to keep the land safe from intruders and that means letting in the ghosts, and with them the fears of that night so long ago.
But a niggling tells me the Old One has something else in mind. Something I won’t like. And I’m under orders not to help Sara find her purpose in any way.
The Spirit Key needs help.
Someone who respects our heritage and can speak to the dead. The Old One cringed at my interfering matchmaking.
Macey is really quite ordinary, if you ignore that she’s a kelpie princess living on land. Still, her life is boring until she gets kidnapped by a man who doesn’t quite know why he kidnapped her. Try and figure that one out.
Thankfully, he and his two companions are prepared to help her find out why she can’t return to Earth from their house in the Mists. Now the only problem is that Macey keeps getting distracted by the three mysterious and very sexy men…
A reverse harem romance drenched in Scottish mythology.
At only 265 years young, vampire Adrianna has her whole life ahead of herself. But instead of planning out her future, she is fascinated by human history. So far she knows that humans were smart and resourceful, made both love and war, and are undeniably extinct. So can you imagine her surprise when she stumbles upon Heather, a young woman that loves fresh air, dances in the rain, and likes her heartbeat regular. Oh, and is as human as they come.
Travel 2000 years into the future where the vampire race has taken over our Earth. Discover with Heather who those vampires really are and exactly what they are capable of. And maybe, you might find out why they aren’t so different from us after all…
Charlotte of Capthian has only known hardship. It’s not easy being the only daughter of a widowed healer, but when her mother’s chronic takes a turn for the worse, her mother tells her there’s a tree root five days’ journey south. Eager to cure her mother, Charlotte’s willing to make the journey alone, but then the five sons of Bartow the trapper insist Charlotte let them escort her while checking their traps. It’s the ideal solution, only there’s one problem: she likes all five of brothers. How will she keep her feelings to herself?
Soon they happen upon an abandoned temple in the mountains where a goddess appears and tells Charlotte that she’s the Heiress of Darkness. She has a part to play in the rebirth of magic, and she has five days to get to the temple in Pereta… or she will die.
Oh, and there’s one small catch. She must sleep with all five brothers to bring her five elements of magic to life… or she dies.
Cursed by a blind witch, Special Ops soldier Jason Wolfe finds himself transforming into a creature of local legend, a lupine referred to in fearful whispers as Blue Wolf.
Faster, stronger, and more lethal, he’s the perfect weapon — but not for the U.S. military. To break the curse, Jason must join a war between ancient tribal foes: blue werewolves and the formidable White Dragon.
In a battle spanning from the peaks of Central Asia to the valleys of Manhattan, and with the help of a bookish wizard named Prof Croft, Jason will test the limits of his newfound powers. Because with the curse now spreading to his mind, he’s running out of time — and the stakes couldn’t be more personal.
Win and he returns home to his fiancé and a future.
Lose and he dies a bloodthirsty beast…
BOOKS IN THE STRANGEVERSE
Blue Wolf Series
Book 1: Blue Curse
Book 2: Blue Shadow
* More to come *
Prof Croft Series
Preq 0: Book of Souls
Book 1: Demon Moon
Book 2: Blood Deal
Book 3: Purge City
Book 4: Death Mage