• Sci-Fi & Fantasy

    Dragon Bone Ridge: Standalone Dragon Fantasy novel (Solstice Dragon World Book 2)

    Dragons can be so demanding at times, even those stuck in stone. Maribelle doesn’t have time for a man in her life, let alone helping the dragon trapped in the nearby ridge find his freedom. Adding searching for stone dragon parts to a to-do list already brimming over with managing the family store and fending off small-town busybodies seems like a good way to go crazy. Which is exactly what she thinks is happening when the dragon Nyle barges into her dreams, demanding she serve him. Nyle has waited years for someone to fall asleep near him on a solstice day and agree to make him flesh and blood again. He’s not going to allow Maribelle’s need for sleep and hopes for the future get in his way. When the first man who’s ever made slowing down seem like a good idea shows up, being on a quest for a dragon is the last thing she wants to be honest about. But the more Maribelle strives to hide what she’s doing, the more family secrets come to light. Will helping Nyle help her? Does she even want to? Buy this standalone novel in the Solstice Dragon World because dreams are tricky and dragons trickier. Read more
  • Sci-Fi & Fantasy

    The Sharded Boy: A Fantasy Adventure Series (Standing Stone Book 1)

    Hate is a powerful motivator. Pain runs a close second. Jahl Pratter dreams of recognition as a master wielder, but the danger of that recognition stalls his rise. When a stranger hires Jahl for a job only a master wielder can perform, it’s the perfect first step toward the destiny within his grasp. The purchase of a magic stone is his first obstacle; it only requires coin. But is the attention worth the danger wielding brings to him and his family? The dark magic that summoned a plague which killed nearly every wielder in Chussan Faire appears contained. But those who believe his magic wields will cause a resurge urge Jahl to stop. Jahl still deals with the pain of its first run through the wielder population. If hate spawned a plague, will Jahl’s success drive its creator to greater action? Can Jahl hide his wielding behind the secrets of a friend who once abandoned him? Rouen needs him if he hopes to save his family’s business. Is that need enough for him to keep the silence that will protect the Pratter family? The girl with the pretty blue eyes and a demanding temper is just as likely to ruin everything. Donya wants wielder training, and Jahl’s her only option. If Jahl agrees to share his skill with Donya, is she not just one more holder of dangerous secrets? But those pretty blue eyes, the pain that jars him daily, the desire to wield, and treachery: each goads him toward the potential greatness promised him. It’s only a magic wield away. Buy this first book in the epic fantasy adventure of good against evil, love against hate, and success against destruction. Read more
  • Sci-Fi & Fantasy

    Ring True: A Romantic, Magic Fantasy Series (Kavin Cut Chronicles Book 1)

    Which is worse? To be distrusted without reason and banished or to earn the trust of a prince who is the target of someone out to destroy his kingdom? All Kambry wanted was to be noticed just once. One summer day to know she could catch someone’s eye for a single moment. Now everybody is watching, and she must commit treason to escape a hidden kingdom. Or she could save the kingdom, which means she must get Prince Russal to trust her. Everything she says must have the ring of truth. Not an easy task with a magic ring revealing her every lie. Each stranger to his kingdom has ultimately deceived him. Why should he expect Kambry to be any different? He says he’s determined to fall in love with her. Then she’ll betray him as expected, and she’ll be banished beyond all hope of returning home. Can she convince him she can make a difference in his search for the traitor behind all his trouble? Will earning his trust just make her the next bystander caught in the intrigue surrounding his realm? Buy this romantic fantasy because everyone should escape to Kavin Wood at least once.