• Sci-Fi & Fantasy

    Paper Dragon: Shifters in the Underlands Urban Fantasy (Book 1 Jake Winslow)

    Everybody says I look good on paper. I was adopted into the Winslow dragon clan, with their boatloads of status and wealth. I have loyal friends and a thriving surveillance business. And did I mention I’m built like a superhero?  Only there’s so much more to my story.  The truth is I’m damaged goods. I’m twenty-nine, and my dragon form is stuck in adolescence. I have no wings, I’m afraid to use my magic, and not even my best friend knows I’ve never had a lover.  My parents are hellbent on mating me to a high society dragon. Before I can even consider marriage, I need to get back to the Ukrainian orphanage and figure out what the hell happened to me when I was a kid. But nothing’s ever simple.  The orphanage sits dead center in the Transcarpathian Mountains–and any Magical who dares approach risks losing their powers to the Dragon King. Can I find the answers that release my wings? Or am I the next sacrificial lamb to the king’s insatiable appetite? ◆ ◆ ◆ Paper Dragon is the first book in the Shifters in the Underlands series, which is set in the same universe as the Sister Witches Urban Fantasy Series and the Calliope Jones novels. The reading order is:◆ Paper Dragon◆ Blood Dragon (releases August 24, 2021)◆ Moon Dragon (releases December 7, 2021) Read more
  • Paranormal

    Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed: A Sister Witches Urban Fantasy #1

    Clementine Brodeur must untangle her dead mother’s legacybefore the clock runs out. My name is Clementine and my magic is making me lose sleep. My two sisters and I have forty-eight hours to find someone our talented mother could not. If we don’t succeed, someone will die.  My magic allows me to see memories the dead leave behind–which forces me to relive the moment my mother was attacked by fae.  I must tell my sisters what I’ve seen, because I know what we need to do.  Except I’m afraid they’re done with my “leap now, look later” escapades.They’ve had my back for over twenty years. Why wouldn’t they have it now?