AWard Winning author
Since my childhood in New Zealand, I have loved writing stories. While I also enjoyed public school teaching, an autoimmune disorder led me to change careers and become a full time author. I placed first in the 2015 Paranormal Book Awards and the 2016 EPIC Awards.
Until 2017 I published mostly straight romance, but a health crisis, (and two years away from writing), caused reassessment of my goals. Consequently I began my first wlw novel, The Falcon’s Heart. As a bisexual woman, with LGBTQA family and friends, I want to represent greater diversity in my work. Going forward, I intend my books to celebrate a beautiful variety of relationships and journeys.
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Saba is the daughter of an ambitious provincial king. She knows little beyond the constraints of palace life, until one night, a notorious woman outlaw steals her away.
Through her journey, Saba discovers joy and freedom beyond anything she has known. But her fate remains uncertain. The king is in pursuit, aided by a sorcerer who seeks to claim Saba as his own.
Can a princess and an outlaw find love together, or will malign magic destroy all they have gained?
Kat Gordon is a junior high teacher facing unimaginable changes in her life. Still adjusting to the end of a decade-long relationship, she is plunged into a hidden underworld of fantastical beings both wondrous and terrible.
When dark forces come hunting one of her students, Kat is caught in the conflict between a demon crime lord and the mysterious Rathburn Institute, a secret research facility and school for supernatural youth. In the process she meets Aves, an owl shifter with a troubled past and wicked way with a sword.
Sparks fly between these two women as they race to uncover the demon’s master plan. In the process Kat is forced to question all she knows of herself and her place in the world. By the end, it’s possible she may not be entirely human.
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