Mhairi Simpson is a fantasy writer (mostly blood and inner demons) and inveterate traveller (mostly Europe and South America). An only child who grew up in boarding schools and with a background in modern languages and paper pushing, Mhairi has spent most of her life with words on a page, leading her to realise her best shot at faking sanity is to be a full time author/editor.
I never thought of myself as submissive but one word from Kane Dietrich and I’m putty in his hands. He’s got me doing things I never imagined. I should be horrified, humiliated, running for the hills. After all, he is my stepfather.
Grace’s day is already less than perfect but it gets worse when the party she’s attending is attacked by armed robbers. One bad decision later, she’s covered in blood and standing face to face with a god. Who has some surprising news: Grace is a Valkyrie.
No one remembers how long ago the Moonlight Gates closed, but every citizen knows what is needed to open them again - three human children. Boris has guarded two children for many years but despairs of finding a third.
Jake never intended to travel to another world. But he did.
The third key has arrived.
The first city to open its gate will control the moonlight.
Let the battle begin.
Detective Constable Robert Blowe has put away more criminals than most of his colleagues combined, but in a world of plea bargains and witness protection, he's starting to wonder if there's a point. His fatigue on the job gets worse when the murder of a local drug lord has Blowe on the back-foot and searching for answers to questions that go back to his childhood.
Ranya spends more time with the despised tovariken, those without elemental magic, than in her own home. Like her, they have no power. But everything changes the night she slips away from a party and nearly drowns.
Lifted from the water by a Guardian, the Scion now has plans for her.
It turns out family isn't always who you're born to.