Twin girls, separated by a brutal abduction and presumed death, grow up in two very different places and ways, learning very different skills. But the events of the past have consequences reaching far into the future as both girls discover.
When Keith and Beth moved their family into a new home, they were promised a near perfect community. A place seeming almost too good to be true. A year later, Keith wakes up in a nightmare which drags him down into the secrets behind the seeming perfection. It appears not everyone is happy with life as it is.
Meet Kelli Dragonsbane, the hero who banished the dragons forever and saved the kingdom from certain doom. Or so cry the heralds. But Kelli has a secret which will soon rock the kingdom to its very foundations. In the meantime, Kelli has been assigned to the services of a border Earl and granted an isolated piece of forest.
The world as Qamra knows it is divided between those who dedicate their lives to science and advancing technology and those live under strict traditional laws and rituals based on celestial forces. Then she discovers a middle ground and the secrets in her unremembered past.
Four and a half years after the events of World Divided, Qamra still hasn't returned to the city now led by the council, but the southern invaders have found a way around the weakening border. With her husband missing in action and potential threats against her entire race, can she and Ravi put an end to the invasions for good?
While Qamra is investigating a complaint by the ocean dwelling race, Ravi is attacked and left near death. Witnesses claim his attacker exploded into dust, but an investigation into who, how, and why leads to more questions than answers.
The bad: The item companions Pix and Gor had taken from the dragon's hoard was paid for in stolen gold. Bonus: Pix couldn't resist also taking the metallic egg she found in said same dragon's hoard. The worse: Not only are they now wanted for theft and murder, their unsavoury employer is using the item they retrieved to revive ancient feral dragons. And civilization as they know it is under attack
Thousands of years ago, the Naph, the origin of the first life on Cemen, was locked with six keys and sealed until the end of the world. Now, one by one, the keys are being found. But can the time really be approaching for the Naph to be unsealed? Or is the end of the world just the beginning of a new one?
In a country where the nobility lack heirs, the aging monarch stubbornly refuses to abdicate and the childless crown prince refuses to consider a third attempt at marriage, is it possible for one woman to bring about the change necessary for Norsecount to keep up with a rapidly changing world?
A sci-fi twist on nine traditional fairy tales where the damsels aren't necessarily in distress and sometimes the princes are the ones in need of rescue. And happily ever after doesn't have to mean married.
Five hundred years of civil war have decimated the land and left the country torn between a struggling provisional government and a paranoid military. Caught in the middle are a generation of youth fighting just to survive.
Inside the supposed security of a religious colony, young women have gone missing for years. Then, when a long time resident is attacked with intent to kill, the overruling church council denies there is a problem. The victim of the attack and one of the pastors request an outside investigation resulting in consequences which are felt all across the continent.
Centuries ago, an ancient evil was concealed in five watchtowers on the world of Cemen, using the stones known as dephlendar for protection. Now forgotten by time, they continue their guardianship, awaiting those chosen to destroy the great evil and usher in a new era in history.
The first human colonists of the water world Pamu built themselves a grand floating city and in doing so, made enemies of that race beneath the waves. Now the city has been destroyed bit by bit and one human girl has been chosen to undertake a dangerous journey to save not just the descendants of the colonists but all the races of Pamu.
One hundred years later, in a society reminiscent of late twentieth century Earth, Kedri is one more girl living out her normal day to day life. The only bright spot in her otherwise dull existence is a passion for dance that will change her and her world forever.
The first time Katrina is abducted sets her free from the people dictating her every move. Left to choose her own course in life, she begins learning skills she had only dreamed of before. And triggers an ability she hadn't known she had. The second time Katrina is abducted threatens to trap her under the control of a body of priests intent on using her to further their grand schemes.
A coin missing from a shrine, the last of Meredith's companions, a girl child who dreams true, and a teenager with neither past nor memory. These four elements will combine to reveal Meredith's fate after the events of Beneath the Waves.
In the aftermath of a disastrous court ball, Zariah's fairy godmother offers her 'everything a princess could ever want' and Zariah accepts only to find herself separated from her family and caught in a situation more nightmare than dream. Now Zariah must take her fate into her own hands to reverse the spell and reclaim her life with her family.
Every year the autumn equinox triggers a wandering itch Beatrice can't ignore. But this year she goes back instead of forward and finds things aren't as bad as her memory would have her believe. Even more surprising to her is meeting a kindred spirit in an old place.
Trauma induced memory loss drove Amy back to what felt most comfortable and familiar. But when a newly orphaned girl crosses her path, her memory begins to return. However, in her training of the child, they run afoul of the local thieves guild chapter.
While her parents and older brother cling to the strict black and white religious laws governing their lives, Rose feels stiffled and uncertain. When circumstances force her attend public secondary school instead of the strict religious school of her parents' choice, a sympathetic teacher opens the girl's eyes to a much more loving and comfortable world.
The first time Esther met Cade, he didn't seem especially fond of her. As her job gets increasingly stressful and his falls to pieces, they keep meeting and get to know each other much better. Still, will he ever be willing to admit he might just need both Esther and the job he originally turned down?