Ariadne Willow is a private investigator with a secret weapon. She's a canidae, a person with the ability to transform into a wolf at will. Using her heightened senses to track and her shapeshifting to follow people without being seen, she's made a decent business for herself and her associate Dale Frye.
The war is at a detente, but the battles rage on…
With the war on hold until Marchosias names a new champion, a group of acoyltes for the side of Good arrive in the city to bolster Riley’s advantage through the power of prayer. But a lack of hostilities doesn’t mean there’s peace.
Before there were comic book superheroes, there were dime-novel cowboys.
Rose Skinner is looking for a new life, and the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889 offers her the opportunity to make one. She hopes to leave the pain of her old life behind when she rides into Paradise as their newest and only female bartender. But some secrets refuse to stay buried.
The war between Heaven and Hell has been reignited, and Riley Parra is caught in the middle of it.
Riley barely has time to recover before she’s thrown into the middle of a serial killer investigation. Dubbed the Angel Maker, the killer strikes seemingly at random and uses his victim’s blood to paint angel wings around the body.
This is Squire's Isle, Washington.
A small, mostly unremarkable island in the Pacific Northwest where same-sex couples don't have to face secrecy or discrimination and are allowed to be together openly. "Sundays on Squire's Isle" focuses on the most prominent couples on the island for one day each month, providing a snapshot of the island over the course of a year.
Riley Parra has returned.
The third installment of the Riley Parra series finds Riley struggling to get back to normal, but she faces the loss of her closet ally and a war she might not win. Geonn Cannon's thrilling series continues.
2010 Winner Golden Crown Literary Society: Dramatic/General Fiction.
Molly Page is a successful chef in charge of her own kitchen on Squire’s Isle. But despite her success, she still feels incomplete. The feeling is magnified when she learns her estranged twin sister has died in a car accident.
Ariadne Willow is a private investigator with a secret weapon: she's canidae, a person with the ability to change into a wolf at will. Her abilities grant her the ability to get into secure areas without causing alarm, and her heightened senses make tracking people a snap. With the added help of her assistant Dale Frye, there isn't a case Ari can't crack.
Demons Are Real. Riley Parra Plans to Give Them Hell.
No Man’s Land isn’t the kind of place you go after dark, even if you have a badge. But Detective Riley Parra was born there, and she refuses to surrender it to the drug dealers, killers and criminals who have made it there home.
Erotica. Gallery owner Kenna White questions a particularly phallic sculpture based on Michelangelo's David and confronts the artist about it. She quickly discovers that the problem may be with her and not the statue. David and his partner have a unique solution to get her over her qualms.
In a world where a little knowledge truly is a dangerous thing, Candice “Dice” Bodger is about to get an awful education.
Employed by the military as an airship captain, Dice knows exactly as much as she needs to get her cargo from one field to the next. Information is fiercely regulated, and sharing of knowledge is punishable by death.
Jenna’s mother hires Ari so she’ll know that finding her daughter is the top priority for at least one person. Ari agrees to take the case, putting her at odds with a Detective Lorne, whom she first encountered during the Gavin debacle. Lorne has grown suspicious of what happened that night and uses the opportunity of working together to try and figure out what secrets Ari is hiding.