I write fiction to keep to keep real life from getting out of hand, I jump pretty horses over pretty fences because it's a distraction from both the real and the fantastic, I do Sun Salutations between 6 am and 7 am because I believe in discipline, and I live in an old house because I believe the best things last more than 100 years.
Malachi is the last of his kind—a magus who can communicate with the dead, and who relies on the help of spirits to keep his kingdom safe. When he's sent to investigate brutal murders in the isolated village of Stonehill Downs, he uncovers dangerous sorceries and unleashes a killer who strikes close to home.
Avani is an outsider living on the Downs, one of the few survivors from the Sunken Islands. She has innate magics of her own, and when she discovers the mutilated bodies of the first victims, she enters into a reluctant alliance with Malachi that takes her far from home.
But Mal is distracted by the suspicious death of his mentor and haunted by secrets from his past. And Avani discovers troubling truths about the magus through her visions. She could free Malachi, but first they must work together to save the kingdom from the lethal horror that has arisen.
Winter's not your ordinary teenager.
While trying to rescue his sidhe family from exile, he mistakenly unleashes the monstrous Dread Host upon humankind.
Winter's mother wants nothing more than to find a way to break the curse keeping the sidhe imprisoned on Manhattan. New York City is driving Winter's family slowly mad. Winter's sister wears Chanel and longs for a Fairy Court she's never seen. And Winter's mentor is a talking mouse.
Winter wants to save the world.
When he discovers an unlikely changeling lost in the subway, Winter realizes he's been given a chance to finally banish the Host, and maybe even save his family. But the changeling isn't quite what she seems, and Winter's already unstable world beings to spiral out of control.
Everett Anderson has returned to Williamsburg, Virginia, after more than a decade away from his family estate. Abby Ross has spent the last year renovating that same estate, turning the dilapidated Anderson mansion into a show piece. Everett and Abby shared a childhood rife with difficulties and ripe with first love. Now adults, their paths cross again and sparks fly.