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Jay Frances has always found his ability to raise the dead more of a curse than a gift until he finds Jo Montgomery brutally murdered. Jo is the first person he’s able to restore body, mind and soul, and as a mutual attraction grows between them, so, too, does someone else’s interest. Jo’s killer is following them now, a psychotic sadist who wants to see Jay resurrect the dead again. And again.

Cover image by StockSnap at Pixabay.

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In this sequel to Resurrection, Paul Frances hunts for monsters. A seasoned veteran of the Metro Police Department, Paul’s made a renowned career out of tracking down serial killers. But when he begins dreaming about murdering young women, he can’t help but beg the question: has the monster-hunter become a monster himself?

Cover art by Enrique Meseguer at Pixabay.

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Ten years have passed since Emma Frances discovered her father could raise the dead, and her uncle could get inside the mind of a serial killer. She’s put all of that behind her now, telling herself it was just a dream, terrifying figments of her childhood imagination. But on Christmas Eve, Emma discovers that some things are more than just nightmares, and the past she once thought long dead and buried has come back to haunt her.

Cover art by Enrique Meseguer at Pixabay.



When Kitty Ransom, daughter one of the most celebrated captains in the English Royal Navy, is abducted by pirates, she finds herself an unwitting pawn in a seafaring game of cat-and-mouse.

“Wounded souls, passionate romance and swashbuckling adventure combine to make a remarkable love story.”– Kelley Hartsell, CK’s Kwips and Kritiques



Charlotte Engle finds herself on the wrong end of a pistol when her coach is stopped by notorious highwaymen, the Black Trio.

“This is historical romance the way it should be written. I loved it!” – New York Times & USA Today best-selling author Karen Robards



"You ever feel like everything in the world’s gone wrong? Like you can’t do anything right? Like the world is nothing but a big pile of dog shit, and you’re just a smear in the fecal matter taking up space? That kind of sadness, that sort of despair—that’s what they leave you with once they’ve eaten enough of your soul. From there, it only gets worse." (Horror short story)

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