Airicka Phoenix

Biography

International Best-Selling author Airicka Phoenix lives in a world where unicorns, fairies and mermaids run amok through her home on a daily basis. When she’s not chasing after pixies and rounding up imps, also known as her four children, she can be found conjuring up evil villains, bad-ass heroines and swoon-worthy heroes to play with.

Airicka is singlehandedly responsible for her greatly anticipated collections, the Touch Saga, the Sons of Judgment Saga, The Lost Girl Duology, Games of Fire & Betraying Innocence. She also writes adult paranormal & contemporary romance under the dark guise of Morgana Phoenix.

For more about Airicka and the realm she rules with an iron fist—and tons of chocolate—visit her at: www.AirickaPhoenix.com

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Books

When Night Falls
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 68,210. Language: English. Published: June 22, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
(5.00 from 1 review)
The Walking Dead meets the Grimm Brothers ... in space!
My Soul For you
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 109,630. Language: English. Published: May 27, 2014. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
He was her wish. Her wish is about to get her killed.
Touching Fire (Touch Saga, Book #2)
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 136,380. Language: English. Published: March 26, 2014. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
Finding her past was supposed to end the nightmare. Only it was just the beginning. Entrusting the fate of the world, not to mention her and Isaiah’s life to a father she’s never met is a big leap of faith on Fallon’s part. But it’s a necessary risk. Ashton is the key to protecting Isaiah and keeping her out of Garrison’s clutches.
Revealing Kia
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 61,680. Language: English. Published: November 18, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
The story continues!
Betraying Innocence
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 111,920. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Revenge will come from teh grave
Finding Kia
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 39,160. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Kia must learn to love herself before she can bring herself to love another.
Octavian's Undoing (Sons of Judgment, book 1)
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 149,100. Language: English. Published: June 22, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Adult
Octavian Maxwell has always known his place. He is a Caster, a Son of Judgment. His job is to protect the mortal world from the creatures plotting to destroy it. Instead, his world is shattered when a human girl walks into Final Judgment, a girl he has been searching for his entire life, a girl he is forbidden to ever touch. Being with her will break the oath he’s sworn to never love a mortal.
Games of Fire
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 147,100. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Suspense
Love, lust, Passion & Desire will meet their greatest enemy... Death!
Touching Eternity (Touch Saga, Prequel)
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 83,160. Language: English. Published: December 9, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Before Fallon was created to destroy, there was Amalie and the love that immortalized her forever.
Touching Smoke (Touch Saga, Book #1)
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 82,430. Language: Canadian English. Published: July 25, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
The danger was about to begin and there was no more running.

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Smashwords book reviews by Airicka Phoenix

  • Enchantment (The Channie Series Book One) on Nov. 01, 2011

    I finished this book in one day. It was so sweet and heartwarming. I think Charlotte Abel did a fantastic job creating a world inside our world. Her characters are rich and so 3D. The plot was unique and the flow of the story was fast pace and captivating. If I had any doubts about this story at all, it would be my dislike for Channies’ parents. I can’t say I feel overly bad for them at all. But even that was so in character with what was going on that it was hard to see it as a downside. A wonderful read and I look forward to reading more from this author in the future. Airicka http://airickaphoenix.com/Author/?cat=10
  • Darkspell on May 31, 2012
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        (PAPERBACK AND EBOOK GIVEAWAY COMING SOON! Look for it at My website)   The first thing you'll notice when you start to read DARKSPELL by Elizabeth Mueller is the lovely artwork embedded into each chapter, courtesy of Ms. Mueller herself. Aside from the Harry Potter books, I hadn't seen such a layout before so it was interesting to see which image would come up next. Each one represented a part in the story, something that happened in that chapter, followed by a short blurb. It was interesting to see what each picture and snippet meant. I thought that made this book very unique.   So, Winter Sky, our heroine, is having dreams, dreams of a beautiful boy. She wakes up with just a memory of the kiss lingering on her lips. But unlike the rest of us, who sulk and shuffle on with the rest of our day with a fading reminiscence loitering in the backs of our minds, Winter is lucky enough to find that the object of her dreams is real, and not just real, but living only two blocks from her house.   Winter is a fun girl. Throughout the book, I pictured her as one of those girls we all see in the hallways of school, surrounded by friends. Her attraction to Alex, the boy of her dreams, and Jerath, Alex's brother, are immediate.   Now, those of you who know me, know I'm not into love at first sight stories, especially as intense and powerful as the attraction pulling Alex and Winter together, without a very good plot for it to fall back on, but I was pleasantly surprised. I also wasn't prepared for the multitude of blows this story delivered with every turned page. Ms. Mueller brought a compelling plot to life. I loved the idea of mysterious covens and the paranormal secret services. I also enjoyed the levels of twists unraveled at every turn, like a box of chocolate. In fact, that's exactly what I thought throughout the story; how each chapter held bits of hidden surprise.   It didn't take very long to finish the book. For 360pgs (paperback numbers. I read the Kindle version), it was a remarkably quick read or maybe it was because I couldn't wait to see what twist Ms. Mueller would hold next, but I finished the book in a single night. Roughly 2-3hrs of uninterrupted quiet (a rare thing in my house). The only thing that broke my flow was the character build. I didn't care much for Winter. She wasn't my type of heroine. But I did have lots of fun reading about Jerath though--I do so love the bad boys *dramatic sigh* lol. During a fight between Alex and Jerath, I will confess, I was rooting for Jerath *ducks*. lol.   Now, I'm not sure if Ms. Mueller will be creating a sequel to this series, but I'm curious to see if she does. I think the world she'd created could be explored a bit more. I'll have to keep an eye open, not just for a sequel, but other books crafted by the clever mind of Ms. Elizabeth Mueller.   So, in conclusion:   Will I read the next book? Yes.   Will I tell my friends about this book? Yes.   Did I enjoy it? Yes.           About the Author   I'm a mother of four wonderful kidlets who, more often than not, drive me nuts. I'm very grateful that I can be home at the crossroads for my children and have been blessed with that privilege. I've been writing for as long as I can remember.   I've finished 8 novels, and 3 children's books and have tons more stories waiting to be told. I believe with all of my heart that it takes a lot of guts to be a writer--especially an aspiring author. There are so many rules to be learned, mountains to conquer, and many layers of skins to grow (yet, be teachable at the same time).   I have done most of my growing the past few years. I don't know what my Father in Heaven has planned for me, but I have no doubt that I am destined for great things. It is my desire to be a mentor to those who dream to reach beyond themselves.   If you ever need cheering, a friend, or anything at all--you can always count on me! ;)   *I've recently been picked up by TreasureLine Books. I felt like a dog chasing the proverbial car. Now that I've caught it, what do I do next? I've worked myself sick with worry. I didn't jump right away at the chance when they loved Darkspell, but I prayed and prayed and prayed if this was what I should do. After much consideration and twisting nausea, I listened to the Lord and said yes.   I am grateful to all of my writerly friends (you!) who have supported me--and who still are. I couldn't have done it without you guys!   I would love to share my every experience with you. Please join me on my voyage to published!(Author's Blog)   Author Sites Website Twitter (@ElizbethMueller) Facebook GoodRead      
  • Eden's Root on Aug. 09, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Rachel Fisher, as part of her free giveaway on Amazon. Imagine yourself at home, surrounded by your family (or cats) and you're marveling over a can of fruits. Imagine having to take that single can of fruits and splitting it between everyone. Imagine if that was your only food. Pretty messed up, right? What's even more messed up is the fact that this story is set in the year 2033. That, my friends, is only 21yrs away. The first thing that got to me about this book was the cover. Now, normally, I'm not a cover nut. Some of the best stories are hidden behind hideous covers. But the cover of Eden's Root isn't hideous. It's not weird or glamorous. It's cryptic. It's like the Di Vinci Code, all those secret, hidden messages in paintings. I didn't notice it at first until I really had a good look at it. Everything on the left is dead. It's murky, desolate, sad... depressing. Even the girl's face is half covered like her identity is being put into question. Then, on the right, everything is thriving. The sky is blue, the grass green and the girl's face is open. It's truly a gorgeous cover and so well picked for this book. Inside, we meet Fi and her `family'. Some are her actual family, blood related, while others are people they took in, gave them a home and food when there was nowhere else for them to go. Fi losses her father and her mother is sick. She is the only one her little sister has left which forces her to grow up pretty quick. I'm not sure I can say this book hooked me from page one or even page two. The first little bit dragged, seemingly on slow motion. I wasn't sure if it would pick up at all... and then Asher stepped into the scene and that was it for me. Asher is one of those guys who, if you met in real life, you'd probably giggle to your girlfriends about while slyly pointing at him and daring each other to go over and get his number. He was a little older than Fi, but I don't mind that in a story. What made me really love him was the way he seemed to bring Fi to life. The whole first part of the book was just so cold, so calculated, like nothing would ever be right again. But as soon as Asher made an appearance... you could almost feel the colors leap off the page. Fi was a teenage girl again and not some revolutionary leader. You can tell right away that Asher was good for her. He was strong and protective, but he also knew how to make her loosen up. The end of the book left me fumbling. I wasn't sure why the words suddenly stopped on my kindle. I was so engrossed that it actually took me a minute to realize I'd reached the end. I can only say that I am so glad the sequel to this book, Seeds of War is already out. I don't think I'm patient enough to wait for it. Also, I just wanted to add before the conclusion, that I've had the pleasure of speaking to Ms. Fisher recently and only after I was already reading Eden's Root, and she is such an amazingly sweet person. It's been such a delight getting to know her.
  • Eden's Root on Aug. 09, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Rachel Fisher, as part of her free giveaway on Amazon. Imagine yourself at home, surrounded by your family (or cats) and you're marveling over a can of fruits. Imagine having to take that single can of fruits and splitting it between everyone. Imagine if that was your only food. Pretty messed up, right? What's even more messed up is the fact that this story is set in the year 2033. That, my friends, is only 21yrs away. The first thing that got to me about this book was the cover. Now, normally, I'm not a cover nut. Some of the best stories are hidden behind hideous covers. But the cover of Eden's Root isn't hideous. It's not weird or glamorous. It's cryptic. It's like the Di Vinci Code, all those secret, hidden messages in paintings. I didn't notice it at first until I really had a good look at it. Everything on the left is dead. It's murky, desolate, sad... depressing. Even the girl's face is half covered like her identity is being put into question. Then, on the right, everything is thriving. The sky is blue, the grass green and the girl's face is open. It's truly a gorgeous cover and so well picked for this book. Inside, we meet Fi and her `family'. Some are her actual family, blood related, while others are people they took in, gave them a home and food when there was nowhere else for them to go. Fi losses her father and her mother is sick. She is the only one her little sister has left which forces her to grow up pretty quick. I'm not sure I can say this book hooked me from page one or even page two. The first little bit dragged, seemingly on slow motion. I wasn't sure if it would pick up at all... and then Asher stepped into the scene and that was it for me. Asher is one of those guys who, if you met in real life, you'd probably giggle to your girlfriends about while slyly pointing at him and daring each other to go over and get his number. He was a little older than Fi, but I don't mind that in a story. What made me really love him was the way he seemed to bring Fi to life. The whole first part of the book was just so cold, so calculated, like nothing would ever be right again. But as soon as Asher made an appearance... you could almost feel the colors leap off the page. Fi was a teenage girl again and not some revolutionary leader. You can tell right away that Asher was good for her. He was strong and protective, but he also knew how to make her loosen up. The end of the book left me fumbling. I wasn't sure why the words suddenly stopped on my kindle. I was so engrossed that it actually took me a minute to realize I'd reached the end. I can only say that I am so glad the sequel to this book, Seeds of War is already out. I don't think I'm patient enough to wait for it. Also, I just wanted to add before the conclusion, that I've had the pleasure of speaking to Ms. Fisher recently and only after I was already reading Eden's Root, and she is such an amazingly sweet person. It's been such a delight getting to know her.
  • Embrace, Gryphon Series Book 2 on Oct. 16, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Stacey Rourke, in return for a fair and honest review. 79 5star Amazon reviews and 70 5star Goodread reviews can’t be wrong, right? There’s no humanly possible way to hate a book that everyone loves, right? Right. No I’m not one of those people that go with the pack and accept everything everyone else is saying. If I don’t like a book, I’ll say it. But I liked this Embrace. I liked this series. Granted, I’ll admit, I liked Embrace better. Is that wrong? The Conduit was great, but Embrace really had the meat. In all honesty, I am loving this author. Ms. Rourke has my kind of humor, my brand of sarcasm. That gives her an automatic A in my books, even if her books had sucked, which they don’t, her writing style would totally draw me. Now, Embrace brings us back to Celeste, her siblings, her AWESOME grandmother and… Celeb, sweet, sexy… mysterious Celeb *sigh* oh how I swoon for thee. And a whole lot more action, ROMANCE (yes, it needs to be in caps because that’s how awesome the romance was in round two!), humor and plot. The plot is just wow. I had notes on my kindle of everything I was going to put into this review, but everything was such a spoiler and needed explaining otherwise it’s just random sentences. But believe you me, this Series ROCKS. What I wasn’t a fan of… the cliffhanger. That’s right. Not cool. That means we have to wait until book 3. And what do I have to say about that? Dude, BRING IT!! I am so ready!!
  • The Conduit on Oct. 16, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Stacey Rourke, in return for a fair and honest review. The Conduit was an interesting read. It’s about a girl, Celeste, who, with her siblings, move to live with her grandmother (who I loved!). I really liked Celeste. She wasn’t the angst-filled teenagers I’ve been seeing fill every book. She was strong and funny and quirky in a way that I can totally appreciate. Her sarcasm touched my heart and made me want to adopt her. Everyone in the family, Kendall (the sister) and Gabe (the brother) and grandma had their own personalities. They had their own flaws. They were real people. The only other author I’ve seen build characters like this is JK Rowlings and you guys know how much I love my Harry Potter! So, I was given four days to read The Conduit (book 1) and Embrace (book 2). All I can say is that the end left me very glad I had book 2 in hand. Otherwise, I would be grumpy right now. Ms. Rourke leaves us in a position where you’re like, No Freaking Way!! There was a moment of panic before I remembered oh way *ha* I have book two *wipe sweat* Whew! This book was very fast paced with lots of action, humor and family bonding. I think the later was my favorite part. There were hints of romance, but it wasn’t as romancy as I like personally. I think there could have been a little more. Even then, the way Ms. Rourke has everything placed, you KNOW book 2 will be a blast. Other than that… this book is perfect for anyone looking to stay glued to their chair. I couldn’t put it down, not when I vacuumed, not when I cooked… I even washed dishes and read this (I am super talented, and determined, like that). Plus, this book was just worth every second.
  • Destine; The Watcher's Trilogy Book 1 on Oct. 16, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Katherine Polillo, in return for a fair and honest review. Disturbingly twisted doesn’t even come close to describing this novel. I read it in a single night because it was just too traumatic to stop, to look away. This is, in my opinion, not a book for everyone. It’s dark, much darker than I find a lot of YA authors write. I personally liked that. It wasn’t grotesque or over the top horrific. It was beautiful woven. Michelle is our heroine. She’s a 17-yr-old high school student. And her best friend, Cami. Then we meet Gabriel Mr. omg-swoon himself and everything changes. This book was incredible. It was beautiful. It was dark and twisted and it was romantic and I loved Michelle. I usually have a very hard time liking the female lead, but she was perfect. Ms. Polillo did an amazing job with this book and I look forward to more from her in the future.