Wandering Soul

Hello, everyone! I’ve wanted to revisit my books in this space for a long time, so for the next while, I’ll be featuring a different book of mine on #ThrowbackThursday! What better place to start than the very beginning? Wandering Soul was the first book I ever had published, and started off with Samhain Publishing, Ltd. but is now Indie published by me. It’s my take on what would happen if The Phantom of the Opera came to modern times, with my own personal take on the theme.


She saved him from death, but can he open her heart to love?

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Welcome to Summer Park, Alexis!

Today, Dante and Elsa welcome their daughter, Alexis Lucerne, into the world of Summer Park. Dante is over the moon, and Elsa is absolutely determined to give her little girl the best possible childhood she can. And, of course, Winston is absolutely in love with the new family member 🙂

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And just in time for Alexis entering the world, I figured out a bunch of her story!

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Happy Birthday, Dante!

On this day two years ago, I posted birthday wishes for Dante, the hero of my first published novel, Wandering Soul. I gave my readers a peek into what his life was like before the events of that story (they took place starting on April 25).

Wandering Soul is about Elsa Sinclair, a time-traveling romance novelist who goes back in time and discovers Dante, the man behind the legend of The Phantom of the Opera. She brings him to modern times to save his life, and they fall in love.

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I’ve always been obsessed with fascinated by The Phantom of the Opera story, and daydreamed endlessly about what it would be like if there was a regular person—a kind, intelligent, wonderful person—at the root of the legend, and he somehow found out about the stories that grew up from his life. When Wandering Soul found a home at Samhain Publishing, it was a dream come true. I was so happy that this would be the first story that I ever had published. Much of that was because Dante is so dear to me.
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