I’m thrilled to announce the release of the first book in the Immortal Operative series I’ve written with J.R. Rain – Broken Ice!
Mina Barrett is the CIA’s best defense against The Dominion. She’s young, charming, intelligent, motivated… and she’s a vampire.
Twenty years ago, vampires revealed themselves to the world. Society hadn’t expected them to be real at all, much less a species entirely separate from humans. The government feared hostile foreign powers would also seek to exploit their psychic talents, and put out a call for recruitment.
After a childhood spent in isolation, Mina saw a chance for adventure and signed on the dotted line. Unlike The Dominion, she doesn’t feel humans are inferior creatures and works to stop others of her kind from enslaving them.
A deep cover asset discovers information that vampires want to keep out of human hands. The CIA sends Mina in to bring him—and his information—out alive. But the Dominion has their sights set on the secrets buried for centuries beneath a Siberian glacier… secrets that could reshape the world.
The Vampire Innocent series continues with book 5 – The Phantom Oracle (out now!)
Sarah Wright doesn’t think something as minor as death should get in the way of her future.
With the worst summer of her life behind her, it’s time to start focusing on her education. An immortal vampire—even if she is still new at it—pursuing a degree may or may not be a waste of time, but it at least it’s a way to keep up an illusion of sanity.
Soon after classes start, a mysterious presence trapped at the school attaches itself to Sarah, and her hopes for a normal college year evaporate. Sensing a lost soul in need, she decides to help. Unfortunately, this particular lost soul belongs to an ancient sect of mystics who aren’t at all happy about letting them go.
Worse, they aren’t beholden to Aurelie’s decree. Protecting her parents and siblings from the ‘supernatural crap’ falls entirely on Sarah’s shoulders. One wrong move and her worst nightmare will come true: losing the only thing she can’t un-live without—her family.
I’m thrilled to announce the release of the fifth book in the Division Zero series: Harbinger!
Lieutenant Kirsten Wren has encountered Harbingers before—shadowy entities that claim ghosts with dark souls—but they don’t usually follow her home.
At long last, life is somewhere approaching happy. Her adopted son has put his past behind him and she’s even finally trusted herself enough to start a romantic relationship. Best of all, no corporations or demonic creatures have tried to kill her in a whole month.
Dead gang members start turning up, victims of murders with ritualistic overtones. Division 1 files them away as low priority due to their policy of letting the street trash clean itself up. However, when additional killings occur with obvious supernatural causes, Kirsten officially takes jurisdiction.
In the midst of her investigation, a Harbinger attaches itself to her. The chilling ramifications of that become clear once she discovers the area’s most feared gang has developed a working relationship with the Abyss. If she doesn’t act fast, all of West City will become a hellscape.
I’m thrilled to announce the release of The Gate to Oblivion, Book 3 of the Temporal Armistice series! (Available now on Kindle. Paperback should be live within a day or two).
Brooklyn Amari doesn’t ask for much, only the ability to make it through life without destroying the universe.
Working as a firefighter is her true calling, satisfying her deep, primal draw to the flames. Immunity to burning courtesy of her half-extraplanar ancestry makes her the city’s best weapon against disaster of the incendiary kind—not that anyone knows about it. She’s trying to keep her nature a secret, since magical creatures aren’t allowed inside major population centers… and most people probably wouldn’t react well to a demon.
Even a half-demon.
Since her psychic abilities are out of the bag, the Arson Investigation Unit calls on her for all the ‘weird ones’ no one else wants to touch. When they can’t explain an apparent case of spontaneous human combustion, they bring her in to track a deadly arcane arsonist.
She’s happy to help, but unfortunately, some not-quite-angels abduct someone she cares for. They need Brooklyn to destroy the mortal world as it’s in the way of their interdimensional war—but even if she does what they want, everyone she loves will die.
In the not-too-distant future, the latest gamer craze is a full-immersion virtual reality world filled with spaceships, billions of planets, and magic. Twenty-two-year-old Dakota Marx is a slacker extraordinaire, but when the game developers put up a ten million dollar prize, she finds motivation.
Alas, it’s not too long before a trip down the wrong rabbit hole leads to real-world danger.
Safety is at best a relative thing in 2073, fifty-one years after nuclear war scorched the world.
Kevin found a quiet little place to hole up with the woman who came to mean more to him than his lifelong dream, and a little girl she took in after the Virus wiped out her home. They’re well defended against bandits, raiders, and the occasional stray Infected.
But walls don’t face the sky, and all the guns in what’s left of the world won’t do a thing against a biological weapon dropped from an Enclave drone.
A message from a dead man disturbs this tenuous peace with a chance to stop the Virus for good, but it would send them right to the Enclave’s back yard. Tris can’t say no, and Kevin refuses to leave her side again, but they won’t bring a child along for such a dangerous ride.
Knowing it’s not only their lives, but the lives of everyone outside the Enclave at stake, they decide to hit the road once again, hoping their home―and their daughter―will still be there when they return.