• Children's

    Chords of Green and Gold

    In this enchanting retelling of classic fairytales, Prince Dorian is cursed to appear as a frog and the kingdom is at risk of bankruptcy. When artist Lydian is tasked with turning straw into gold, a green stranger comes to her aid, sparking a chain of events that will change their lives forever. Discover the mysteries and magic in this captivating tale of love, sacrifice, and unexpected twists.
  • Young Adult

    Second Star to the Right (The Order of the Fountain Book 1)

    The prince of Norland is missing. Orphaned twice over, Pan has spent his life under the control of the cunning and ruthless pirate captain, Lesard. Though desperate to both retain his morality and gain his freedom, he lives in constant fear of the consequences his choices could have on Smee, the only friend he has. When the enigmatic Hook joins Lesard’s crew and hatches a plot to help the captain break into the royal vault in Montaigne, Pan is offered his chance: if he helps Lesard gain entry to the vault, he and Smee will be allowed to leave the pirate life behind. If he is discovered, however, he could face a life in prison and for Smee the consequences would be far worse. Melanie Charmant, the princess of Montaigne, has followed the search for the missing prince of Norland–the Lost Boy–for as long as she can remember. With the aid of the Order of the Fountain, she discovers that not only does Lesard hold the key to the prince’s disappearance, the nefarious pirate is also plotting to get his hands on the secret of Neverland–a spring of water that, according to legends, can bestow healing and perhaps even eternal youth. All Pan wants to do is finish his mission and so he and Smee can start over. All Melanie wants is to see the prince safely home and Neverland untouched. As their paths cross, will they find a way to trust each other with their secrets and protect Neverland from Lesard? Or is the gap between a pirate and a princess too great? *Author’s Note* This is an updated version and should be free of previous typos/errors. Read more
  • Young Adult

    Princess of the Beans (The Order of the Fountain Book 2)

    Jack is impulsive. As a member of the Order of the Fountain–a network of information and intelligence gatherers charged with protecting Montaigne–that usually means he’s quick to think on his feet and adapt to his situation. But when the youngest princess of Provensaal is kidnapped from her father’s ship by a crew of pirates, Jack’s impulsive nature leads him to be presumed dead and far from home. With a couple of “magic” beans as his only lead to go on, he soon finds out that there is much more to the princess’ disappearance than previously thought. Rapunzel is a planner, and having her ship attacked by pirates and finding herself locked away in a tower in the middle of the forest was definitely not a part of her plan. Neither was tending to a garden full of beans for the famed pirate captain Lesard. When Jack shows up and climbs through her tower window, she jumps at the chance to plan her escape. As Jack and Rapunzel learn more about the beanstalks, they discover that Lesard has something planned that could possibly threaten both of their countries. But when Jack is betrayed, it will take both careful planning and quick thinking to keep the magic beans from ending up in the wrong hands. Read more