F.T. wrote her first short story when she was in third grade and her love of writing continued from there. After placing in the top five out of ten thousand entries in a writing contest, she knew it was time to dive in and try her hand at writing a novel.
A wife and mother of three, F.T. holds degrees in psychology and English literature, and is a long-time member of her college’s science-fiction club. F.T. has a love of cheesy television shows, superhero movies, and science-fiction novels—especially anything by Douglas Adams.
In the Broken Moon series finale, Ren embarks on one final mission: find Asher, free Liam, and escape the Corps’ reach. But a war is brewing, and Ren is drawn into the conflict. With his friends by his side, he must make a choice that will affect the future of his found family and cluster forever.
When Bridger Whitt learns his eccentric employer is actually an intermediary between the human world and its myths, he finds himself in the center of chaos: The myth realm is growing unstable, and now he’s responsible for helping his boss keep the real world from ever finding out.
Three months after the events of The Star Host, Ren is living under the watchful eyes of the Phoenix Corps, fearing he’s traded one captor for another. His relationship with Asher fractures, and Ren must return to his home planet if he has any hope of regaining humanity. There, he discovers knowledge that puts everyone’s allegiance to the test.
Ren grew up listening to his mother tell stories about the Star Hosts—mythical people possessed by the power of the stars. Captured by a nefarious Baron, Ren discovers he may be something out of his mother’s stories. He befriends Asher, a member of the Phoenix Corps. Together, they must master Ren’s growing power, and try to save their friends while navigating the growing attraction between them.