Going Back to Find You
A Children of Night Story
Because even a vampire deserves a second chance.
When Jason Cook boarded the train to San Francisco, he didn't plan on coming back. He never expected to see Nebraska or Lizbeth Petersen ever again. But when an unexpected turn of events threatens the woman he'd been forced to leave behind, he has no choice but to go back and try to make things right.
Warning: This is not a drill. Vampires are invading your favorite, small Nebraska town this Halloween. Does this mean Type-O flavored Booze will soon be the new rage in Sapphire Falls? Hopefully, it won't come to that. But you never can tell...
***This story was originally released as part of the Sapphire Falls Kindle World. It takes place between books six and seven in the Children of Night series.***
In the Dark
Children of Night, Book One
When you live forever, a few mistakes are bound to happen.
Vampire Conrad Quintano has been around for centuries -- long enough to know falling for a human is a terrible idea. Much less falling for adventure-seeking hippie Desert Rose and agreeing to raise her babies.
Raised in virtual isolation, Marc and Julie Fischer have never known their unique status in the world. But once they're in San Francisco, the family reunion is nothing like they anticipated and they're thrust into a world they're completely unprepared for.
Old Sins, Long Shadows
Children of Night, Book Two
Living forever is hard. Loving forever? Impossible.
Of all the mistakes Conrad Quintano has made, driving Damian away is the one that haunts him the most. He hates the fact that he's hurt the man he loves more than anything. For the sake of the twins, though, Conrad and Damian parent as a united front, a challenge that grows more and more difficult with each passing year. And with Conrad in his weakened state after his kidnapping, it grows more difficult than ever to be around the one man he can't have.
But an old enemy's mission to create a dangerous new breed of vampire threatens the twins' lives, and it's now more important than ever that the estranged lovers put the past behind them, or everything they hold dear might be ripped apart.
An Oberon Halloween Story
Cara Matthews is trouble--with a capital T. That's one thing that pretty much everyone in Oberon can agree on--parents, teachers, other students, her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Seth Cavanaugh.
Well, if you give a dog a bad name he--or she--will probably live up to it, right?
This Halloween, after one insult too many, Cara's hellbent on wreaking revenge--no matter who gets hurt in the process.
Releasing Next Year
Visions Before Midnight
Oberon Book 7
Chay Johnson is a traditional man; and the educator, flute maker, apprentice shaman has a lot of traditions to uphold, especially when it comes to choosing a life mate.
Erin Allridge is a modern woman, with modern ideas about relationships and a painful personal history she has no intention of repeating.
When terror and tragedy strike the small town of Oberon, the pair are forced to re-think their visions for the future.
In this world of form and spirit it can be hard to find balance and harmony, but sometimes, particularly when the veil between the worlds is at its thinnest, love can find a way to bridge the gap.
Going Up The Country
Crossover Book 2.0
How far would you go for the love of your life?
Pro-wrestler Wyatt Novello never believed in love at first sight--until he attended his brother's wedding, and met a girl who made him go weak in the knees.
Arielle Browne knows a bad boy when she sees him. Her weakness for the type has already landed her in trouble a time or two. It didn't take more than one look to convince her that Wyatt was everything she wanted in a man--and everything she needs to stay far, far away from. Both for her own sake, and that of her two impressionable sons.
But Wyatt's determined to go the distance. Either he'll find a way to convince Arielle that she's wrong--about him, and their chances of achieving their own Happily Ever After--or he'll die trying.They're each convinced they've chosen the right path. But how do you know when you've gone too far?