I am a retired teacher of 29 years. I have been married for 43 years with two children, one grandson, and a Yorkie named Minnie. I live in a small town in Indiana. I enjoy snow sports, camping, boating, race walks, and writing. Vampires have always been a passion of mine. I also plan to extend my future writing on ghosts. After that I would like to write children's literature and give back some enjoyment that I received over the years as a teacher.
Molly Greyson's sixteen-year-old world is turned upside down when her family moves from California to a small town in Indiana. Strange warnings follow her on the cross-country trip. Then odd things happen when they move into an old mansion. Who or what keeps appearing in her bedroom mirror? Does the musty basement hold any clues? Will her new boyfriend help her solve the mysteries? Can Molly Greyson learn to believe in ghosts?
Filled with love, his heart lies silent.
Some believe in vampires; others do not. Sarah Abbott does. She accidently meets her Great-great-grandfather, Benjamin, who reveals her vampire family of deceased relatives. She is introduced to Carter who is her personal Guardian vampire. He’s loved her for the fourteen years he comforted her with soft humming through many a tearful night. Sarah falls in love with this exquisite immortal with piercing blue eyes.
Their love is in danger when Carter’s creator and nemesis, tracks him down and finds he is in a forbidden relationship with a mortal. Victor makes it his mission to destroy Carter and his family. Unequalled twists to the vampire existence occur which were never previously explored.
Have they made the right decisions? Good and evil collide as the pages bring more vampires with agendas of their own. You will cheer the good, detest the evil, and cry for the lost. Your heart will beat loudly as the story unravels but remember—it is your heart rapidly beating. The hearts of the vampires you come to love lie…silent.
To have, to hold, to never let go: The blood runs deep.
The baby Sarah and Carter had waited for is suddenly taken from them. They begin their relentless pursuit to find their son. Lady Catherine vows to have the child for herself because she believes he is the son of an immortal. Little does she know he was conceived when Carter returned to the mortal world for a brief time. Vampires and mortals alike die in the quest to find Parker. Happiness returns to the Abbott family when Parker is reunited with his parents.
The final chapter fast forwards five years later when Sarah is hit by an out of control vehicle. What measures will Carter take to save his wife; his love? Is it the right choice? You make your own decision when you close the book on the last page of the Silent Vampire Trilogy.
When the paths of mortality and immortality cross there are expected consequences. The story of a mortal, Sarah, and her immortal husband, Carter, bend the limits of what can be expected. Carter had been given the gift of returning to the mortal world by his colleague, Benjamin. During his brief return to the living, Carter and Sarah were married and conceived a child. Learning of this great news, the evil Victor formulates a plan to abduct the baby, born or unborn, and regain the good graces of Lady Catherine by placing the mortal child in her hands. Carter cannot protect his wife and unborn child against the vampire forces and remain mortal. He reluctantly returns to the immortal world only to find his abilities have been enhanced. A false calmness sets in as if waiting for a storm. Ready to take on the next encounter, Carter learns news that throws him off guard for a brief moment. How does a man, mortal or immortal, decide which family he will defend and protect? Only the Abbott family knows the answer as they continue to live in this co-existence between two worlds; both enduring a silent madness. (100,000+)