Elves held as Slaves…must be pretty powerful magic to do that! got to Read it!

Elves held as Slaves...must be pretty powerful magic to do that! got to Read it!

The Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles- Book 1 [Kindle Edition]

A beautiful young elven sorceress flees for her life in a dark world where magic is forbidden and elves live as slaves. Watching her are the Order of Witch-Hunters; the corrupt organisation that rule by fear and ignorance and a mysterious wealthy nobleman, lord of an idyllic valley who is not all he seems. As the slavers roll across the lands stealing elves from what remains of their ancestral home the Witch-Hunters turn a blind eye to the tragedy and a story of power, love and a terrible revenge unfolds.
A dark adult fantasy/fantasy romance. (2nd Edition)
*18+* age limit – this contains adult themes, including scenes of a sexual nature, violence, slavery and some profanity.

1890’s St. Louis, Voodoo, Black Magic, and Detective Mac O’ Hara…gotta love the Irish!

1890's St. Louis, Voodoo, Black Magic, and Detective Mac O' Hara...gotta love the Irish!

A Season of Revenge (The Mound City Serial murder File) [Kindle Edition]

Retired Detective Mac O’Hara returns to the St. Louis Police Department to help solve a murder, only to find out there are four bodies and about to be more. The evidence points to implications of voodoo and black magic. But, the investigation takes on a new light, when Mac’s wife is kidnapped. Set in 1890’s St. Louis, where serial murder, revenge, and the occult, all add mystery and intrigue to the Mound City Serial Murder File.

Blue Moon Of Kentucky Keep On Shining…Until The Monster Comes Out.

Blue Moon Of Kentucky Keep On Shining...Until The Monster Come Out.

IN THE BELLY OF THE MOUNTAIN [Kindle Edition]

Five childhood friends, with a shocking secret, escape for a weekend getaway to the Eastern Kentucky coal mining town of Blass, where their worlds collide with a centuries old legend come to life. A creature roams the mountain accompanied by the Spirit of a slave in search of her long dead infant. Caleb Martin, son of a slave owner, falls in love with Slave girl Maddie, the mother of his child. The ill fated couple decides there is only one way to be together, Maddie must run away with their infant son. Caleb helps his lover escape with a promise to wait for him to join her. The only refuge lies in the belly of the towering mountains of Eastern Kentucky. The murder of Maddie and their infant son releases a terror on the tiny town of Blass Kentucky, where evil lurks deep in the belly of towering mountains

Death, Love, Murder, Revenge…

Death, Love, Murder, Revenge...

Why She Left Us [Kindle Edition]

It was the summer of 1985, and she was young and inexperienced, but longing to love and to be loved in return, when he entered her life.
At the same time, while she was desperately seeking the love and approval of a mother who never wanted her in the first place, events totally beyond her control claimed her as their victim, leaving those she left behind unable to cope with the enormity of her absence.

“WHY SHE LEFT US” is written as a series of diary entries, the events seen through the eyes of several different people.
But at its center is a love story chronicling a romance that transforms the lives of two people who, for too brief a period of time, experienced the greatest happiness they had ever known.

The Tube Riders (The Tube Riders Trilogy #1)

The Tube Riders (The Tube Riders Trilogy #1)

Beneath the dark streets of London they played a dangerous game with trains. Now it is their only chance for survival…

Britain in 2075 is a dangerous place. A man known only as the Governor rules the country with an iron hand, but within the towering perimeter walls of London Greater Urban Area anarchy spreads unchecked through the streets.

In the abandoned London Underground station of St. Cannerwells, a group of misfits calling themselves the Tube Riders seek to forget the chaos by playing a dangerous game with trains. Marta is their leader, a girl haunted by her brother’s disappearance. Of the others, Paul lives only to protect his little brother Owen, while Simon is trying to hold on to his relationship with Jess, daughter of a government official. Guarding them all is Switch, a man with a flickering eye and a faster knife, who cares only about preserving the legacy of the Tube Riders. Together, they are family.

Everything changes the day they are attacked by a rival gang. While escaping, they witness an event that could bring war down on Mega Britain. Suddenly they are fleeing for their lives, pursued not only by their rivals, but by the brutal Department of Civil Affairs, government killing machines known as Huntsmen, and finally by the inhuman Governor himself.

Excerpt from The Tube Riders (Chapter One)

“As the others said their goodbyes and left, Marta stood for a moment, looking out across the park towards the huge elevated highway overpass that rose above the city to the south. Half finished, it arched up out of the terraces and housing blocks to the east, rising steadily to a height of five hundred feet. There, at the point where it should have begun its gradual decent to the west, it just ended, sawn off, amputated.

Years ago, she remembered her father standing here with her, telling her about the future. Things had been better then. She’d still been going to school, still believed the world was good, still had dreams about getting a good job like a lawyer or an architect and hadn’t started to do the deplorable things that made her wake up shivering, just to get food or the items she needed to survive.

He had taken her hand and given it a little squeeze. She still remembered the warmth of his skin, the strength and assurance in those fingers. With his other arm he had pointed up at the overpass, in those days busy with scaffolding, cranes and ant-like construction workers, and told her how one day they would take their car, and drive right up over it and out of the city. The government was going to open up London Greater Urban Area again, he said. Let the city people out, and the people from the Greater Forest Areas back in. The smoggy, grey skies of London GUA would clear, the sirens would stop wailing all night, and people would be able to take the chains and the deadlocks off their doors. She remembered how happy she’d felt with her father’s arms around her, holding her close, protecting her.

But something had happened. She didn’t know everything – no one did – but things had changed. The government hadn’t done any of those things. The construction stopped, the skies remained grey, and life got even worse. Riots waited around every street corner. People disappeared without warning amid tearful rumours that the Huntsmen were set to return.

Marta sighed, biting her lip. Her parents and her brother were gone. Marta was just twenty-one, but St. Cannerwells Park was the closest she would ever get to seeing the countryside, and the euphoria of tube riding was the closest she would ever get to happiness.

She gripped the fence with both hands and gritted her teeth, trying not to cry. She was tough. She had adjusted to Mega Britain’s harshness, was accustomed to looking after herself, but just sometimes, life became too much to bear.”

The Tube Riders is part one of a trilogy. Part Two, The Tube Riders: Exile, will be released in July, 2013 and Part Three, The Tube Riders: Revenge, in summer 2014.