During her high school years, Kelsey Ketch could always be found tucked away in a little corner of the hall or classroom, writing her fantasy worlds and creating illustrations and maps. Today is no different, except now she’s writing in the break room at her office building or at the tables of the Barnes and Noble Café in Cary, North Carolina. She is also an avid reader, a part-time book blogger at Ketch’s Book Nook, and lives with her two orange tabbies and awesome and humorous flat-mate. Daughter of Isis is her debut novel.
For more information, please visit her site at kelseyketch.com.
Her family name tainted by her great-grandfather’s crimes of piracy, Meriden Cummings is far from the typical 18th century woman. A social outcast, she works in a carpentry shop in a small village, where the people barely tolerate unconventional behavior. Until her life takes a turn after a gang of pirates attack her village and her blood reveals an ancient map adorned with Mayan glyphs.
After being on the run from a psychotic cult for a week, Natara “Natti” Stone has finally come to realize she and Seth are the only two people standing between the Sons of Set and the secret name of Ra. Unfortunately, one slip up leads the god of chaos himself straight to their doorstep.
Seth O’Keefe has broken the laws of his god. Now on the run, he must protect Natara Stone, the girl he sacrificed everything for, from the Sons of Set and help her solve an ancient puzzle to find the secret name of Ra.
The last thing Natara “Natti” Stone wants to do is to start anew at Setemple High School. But meeting the mysterious, charming high school senior, Seth O’Keefe, and uncovering a family secret will begin an adventure that could cost this unlikely couple their lives and their souls.