Survival Instincts [March 2018]
Civilization ended long before Lynn Tanner was born. Wild animals roam the streets, but mankind is still the biggest threat to a woman alone in the ruins of a world reclaimed by nature. Lynn survives by sleeping with one eye open at all times and trusting no one but her dog.
When she is forced to go on a dangerous journey through the concrete jungle of New York City, Lynn does all she can to scheme her way to safety. Her guard, Dani Wilson, won’t be played that easily, however. As their lives become entwined, Lynn finds herself developing feelings for Dani and is forced to find the answer to the question that scares her most: is staying alone really the best way to survive?
Fast-paced and full of adventure, Survival Instincts introduces a post-war dystopian world where the only person you can rely on is yourself…unless you fall in love.
The Kincaid Chronicles – 01 – Origins [September 2018]
Joan of Arc may have been okay with hearing voices and meeting angels but Rayhana Kincaid would rather drown them out with drugs and alcohol; she is too busy trying to please her Pakistani mother, crushing hard on the new girl in school, and partying with her friends to deal with what is probably a worsening case of schizophrenia. Her denial only goes so far; Rayha’s experiences aren’t an illness, they are divine measures to prepare her for a biblical war that has been raging for centuries. Can Rayha dodge a fate similar to Joan’s, or will she become another in a long line of martyrs for the cause?
Illicit Affairs [December 2018]
Erotic short story collection. From rekindled love affairs to paid sex, hook-ups, and hushed explorations of the flesh, illicit affairs come in all shapes and sizes. Some are sought out, some are stumbled upon in the dark places and seized. Every sexual encounter comes with its own thrill, every orgasm strips away the layers to the human being underneath. Illicit Affairs glimpses into the lives of six couples of every-day people, brought together for reprieve or salvation—or just to fuck.
Metamorphosis [March 2019]
Nothing in her seventeen year career in law enforcement prepared Alexis Mason for the attempt on her life that killed over thirty innocent commuters. Instead of retiring from the force—as the higher-ups try to push on her—Mason injects herself as deeply as she can into the investigation in an attempt to alleviate her survivors guilt. The case turns into something far more sinister when Mason discovers side-effects in not only herself but the other survivors as well: powers beyond that of regular humans. As other survivors of the attack begin to display their powers to the public, Mason’s window to solve the case closes quickly; if her powers are discovered, she will surely be forced off the team. Her only option is to accept the help of fellow metamorphosed human Ella Alvarez, who has already taken up the moniker of crime fighting vigilante “Thrasher” to uncover the truth behind the attack before anyone else can get hurt.
The Kincaid Chronicles – 02 – The Angel Files [June 2019]
Short story collection. Rayhana Kincaid has been claimed as an intermediate by an angel, which is remarkably less useful than one might be led to believe. Even with angelic guidance and a good grip on Enochian magic, life is hard for an occultist and hunter, especially when Rayha has to deal with the most difficult creature of all: her human clientele. The Angel Files spans fifteen years in Rayha’s life over the course of five cases of demonic possession, murder, and enticing women.
The Veil Series – 01 – A Touch of Death [September 2019]
Maddie Rivers has experienced black-outs, awoken in strange places, and talked to strange people. She’s starting to doubt her sanity when a mysterious woman named Alena Sanna appears on her doorstep. She tells Maddie that magic is real and she is part of that hidden world. Maddie doesn’t believe her, but mounting evidence is making her second guess herself. The world beyond the veil is revealed to her and her life is turned up-side-down. She soon realizes that there is a lot more to it than Alena told her.