Mimion: a wilderness planet.
Four spectacularly different races share it: fur-covered, arctic-dwelling hominids; gargantuan whale-sized fish; sentient birds with twelve-foot wingspans; and humans.
Humans with seven senses instead of five, whose queendoms’ governments rely on those with the strongest telepathic and psychokinetic abilities. Political (and sometimes military) turmoil runs amok as monarchs forever scheme and maneuver to consolidate their power and influence.
From the world’s stone age to space age and beyond, the stories span history and recount the lives of the most powerful Empress down to the most menial serf, from scientists to swordswomen to scholars.
Liz and the crew of Menace torment the oppressive local sheriff and king as much as possible by stealing their gold. This time, royalty comes to them for help. The princess refuses to marry her chosen betrothed. If she can sneak out of the kingdom and reach—and marry—the neighboring prince, she won’t be forced into the loveless union. But her father knows she’s missing .
Masumi and her pirate fleet scour the seas for riches. the news of an upcoming royal wedding delights her. She adn her minions can intercept all those priceless wedding presents. she doesn’t expect to find the groom on his way to meet the bride and she really doesn’t anticipate that the last thing the young man wants to do is marry.
Torn apart by turmoil, the dark forest grows more dangerous every day. aristocrats, peasants, and soldiers; all contribute to the animosity and the bloody chaos by stoking the fighting between and within the groups. Then a mysterious figures surfaces, her only goal to help establish peace and calm. instead she finds herself a target of all those she tries to help.
Maximillian of Sorealle: King Regnant despite the best efforts of some of his queendom's most powerful noblewomen to persuade—or coerce—him to marry. A neighboring queen begins massing an army, and his own people grow more and more anxious.
An ultimatum forces Tann to leave home and finally set out on her own. With only her talent for painting to rely on, she decides to head across the queendom to meet an aristocrat she’s corresponded with but never met. She finds no sign of the noblewoman and only a lone young man who warns her that nearby villagers are growing murderous and admits he’s frightened of what they may do.
The Xivaar’s Eyes, two glorious sapphires lost for generations. until now. Riann's frequent patron contacts her with a lead as to the gemstones’ whereabouts and hires to to retrieve them.
But others besides Riann are searching for the prize, and she soon finds herself fighting to stay alive long enough to locate the stones, let alone deliver them and collect her payment.
Dr. Jacklyn Walsh battles to prove herself to her colleagues, But will this discovery of a lifetime cost her her life? Queen Samara’s youngest daughter exhibits an unimaginable ability that might doom them all. Lady Kuleigh of Kirynt chases her cousin Penden all the way to Earth to prevent her from meddling in the other planet’s past. Then the three worlds collide.
Adventurous to the point of recklessness and curious beyond reason, Nikelasheia goes from being a pampered daughter of a royal house to being a slave in a foreign land. Not only must she escape, she has to use what she learned while trapped there to save her entire world from invaders looking to take Mimion for their own.
At home regardless of where: on an intergalactic Core Ship in the 35th century, in the White House or on a megayacht 21st century, or in a hacienda in the 16th.
Always defending their turf and helping their family—feline or otherwise. Sometimes magical; sometimes messing with magic. Sometimes magnificently mundane.
Always perpetual mischief makers!
Spanning time and continents
From the 18th century Amazon to the 21st century U.S., adventure with two women of the legendary Patel family as they battle bloodthirsty ghosts, cunning demons, murderous thieves and a diabolical curse.
A tug of war between past and future, between adhering to tradition or moving forward with progress. Can the people of Mimion incorporate technology into their culture without ruining the wilderness of their world? And who is willing to kill to stop them?
A visit from Earth to the exotic planet Mimion lasts far longer than Terrence ever dreamed it would. Can he accept this new world as his home? And can he learn to accept the alien culture enough to build a new life for himself?
War and famine never touched the young princess—until the avaricious, tyrannical regent of the neighboring queendom murders the princess's parents. Now queen of a besieged realm, she must rise to the challenge of protecting it or else see it fall into ruin.
They prowl the river and prey on hapless travelers with far more riches than common sense. In particular, they relish stealing from the tyrannical king. When the son of their enemy warns them they're in danger, the crew must decide if he's sincere--or part of a trap.
A powerful magical talisman brings its owner good luck—at great cost. Not the type of challenge jungle guide Amina Patel and her friend (and force of nature) Victoria normally face. Can they eliminate the curse and save the current owner?
Slaves, Ebony and Etienne work hard to protect their two daughters. Nobles force them to work under lethal guard in the hazardous mines and reap all the benefits. Then Etienne makes a discovery that might save all of them.
I sneak. I spy. I use pretty much any method to gather information. I avoid fights—not like freelance warriors—women, unlike me, bulging with muscles. And I avoid falling in love—most especially not with a prince, the grandson of the queen.
A woman leaves her isolated home planet to make her fortune, thinking her telepathy gives her the edge in diplomacy and negotiations. Instead, a killer targets her. She senses him stalking her—and that he knows he cornered her.
People on Mimion cherish their aversion to technology. Only the tiniest minority lives in space. Can one scientist convince the ruler of the orbiting city of how much more progress they can make by having a university above their world as well?
Fleetfoot: my four-legged feline friend, traveling companion and sometimes method of transport. At two thousand pounds, he normally protects me (his human) without the slightest difficulty. Until a pack of ravenous canines attempt to eat us for dinner. Injured in the attack, now Fleetfoot needs the help.
Alex hides. From her family for over thirty thousand years. From an overly ambitious reporter determined to discover her life history. From the man who loves her. Can she let go of the past without losing herself?
The rules of the game: 'kidnap' the groom—not kill the bride. So much for a fun, harmless tradition. The bride's first order of business: escape her pursuers and stay alive. The second: get home and find the killer.
Primitive nomads, medieval castles and interstellar spaceships. They all mingle on the planet Mimion, where telepathy determines social status. Two scientists from Earth enjoyed their visit, just not enough to want to be trapped there forever. Separated in a crash, they fight to find each other, then find their way home.
Huge fish, not just intelligent but telepathic—and a commodity to slavers who abduct the fish's children. The abductions threaten to derail the whole world's attempt to embrace its future instead of wallowing in the past.
The Patels: a family of globetrotting troubleshooters over several generations. Amina Patel inherited far more than just her name from her great-grandmother. Relying only on each other, Amina, her husband and their twins, race to prevent members of the ruthless Crimson Talon from unleashing the Demon Lord on the world.