Welcome to the many worlds inhabiting my mind. Have some tea, enjoy the view, and try not to step on the creepy crawlies under your chair. They’re nicer than you think… sometimes.
Here’s a reading order for my books, or you can keep scrolling for series overviews. Enjoy! <3
Immersive Full-Length Scifi Romances
When a group of elite Cygnian warriors visit Earth, they find the primitive planet may hold the key to saving their homeworld—and their hearts.
Short, Sexy, Scifi Romance
The Department of Homeworld Security
There are aliens among us—and they’re hot!
When members of the repressive society based on Sadr-4 have up-close and personal encounters with Earthlings, the results will rock their worlds.
Urban Fantasy/Scifi Romance
The Blades of Janus
The monsters of legend are not what we think—their origins much more distant. Dwellers are among us. A flitting shadow seen from the corner of your eye. An animal that’s not quite natural. Even a normal-seeming human you pass on the street. But for these alien organisms to make Earth their home, they need a host.
Urban Fantasy Romance
Six centuries ago, a group of warriors sacrificed their humanity to protect mortals from the fey beings who preyed on them, becoming werewolves and vampires themselves. They took the name of their leader and called themselves the Knights of Antares. Not long after their transformations, they found that they had lost more than just their human natures—they had lost the ability to safely fall in love.
In modern times, they find the threat the fey present has become much more dangerous. And that mortal women have become much stronger potential mates.
Paranormal Romantic Suspense
The Summer Park Psychics
A romance novelist travels to the past to pull the Phantom of the Opera from a fire that would have killed him, bringing him back with her to our time. A doctor struggles to save the woman he loves from the ghosts that plague her. A private investigator is driven to madness while using his powers in search of a killer’s prey.
In Summer Park, no one is what they seem.