If you’ve ever dreamed of traveling back in time to meet someone you’ve fantasized about, you will love this book series. It will sweep you away and allow you to live your fantasy for hours on end; you will feel as if you’re actually there and never want to leave. Susan in “The Necklace” series travels 50 years back in time in her 17-year-old body to meet James, age 20, the man of her dreams. James, however, does not turn out to be the paragon she envisioned and although he falls in love with her, their relationship is stormy and tempestuous. Susan’s independent and stubborn nature is in direct conflict with James’s arrogance and bossiness. Susan struggles to cope in an era pre women’s lib. Their fiery passion for each other, however, overrides all conflict. When it’s time for Susan to return to the present, she gives James a parting gift of her silver necklace not knowing that it contains magic that will bind them together for life. And because of this, she continues to return to the past in multiple journeys fraught with suspense and heartache in an attempt to be with him forever.
Tess Mackenzie is no ordinary woman. She has had a challenging life, orphaned at birth and moved from foster family to foster family. She never felt like she belonged. But, despite all this, Tess has become a successful photographer travelling the world with her best friend, Izzie. One day Izzie told her they were moving to New Orleans, that she needed to go back to her roots in the South. As far back as Tess remembered, Izzie had always been in her life, so where she went, Tess went. However, Izzie wasn’t who Tess had thought she was. And in New Orleans, Tess was about to discover her true destiny.Tess will have to overcome her insecurities and accept her destiny, foretold in a prophecy if she is to save an entire paranormal world she never knew existed. It will take all she has to prepare herself for a to-the-death battle upon which her life and the lives of those she has come to love would depend. Will Tess succeed?
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
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A teenaged Natasha Takana seeks to decode the remainder of the hidden DNA code that became the basis for a new religion reviving Creationism in A Stand-in for Dying. Her quest takes her on a voyage to a parallel dimension to learn the fate of the Creators’ civilization.
The conflict between the warring factions of Brink of Life is rekindled, sweeping Natasha into the middle of it in a pursuit that crosses the boundaries of worlds and time.
My name is Sora. I was born into this world to a highly respected Mage family. All was well as a child; most children receive their magic at puberty… I was not that fortunate. Shunned by my family, I was cast out on my twenty-first birthday—a failure and disappointment to those who were supposed to love me.
Left on my own in Seattle with no friends or money, I made my way through low-paying jobs down the coast to Southern California. Fate finally smiled upon me in San Diego, where I scored a serving position at a diner. One night after my shift, I decided to walk to a dive bar near my home to drown my sorrows. That was where I met him: the Master Vampire of the SoCal Clutch.
It was either the biggest mistake of my life… or the best decision in the world.
This series changes POV’s.
Beware the terror lurking beneath a mask of smiles…
On an ancient ley line, deep within Vermont’s dark forests, lives a mysterious and frightening secret…
A forbidden door to a world beyond human perception.
And three hunters are about to become the hunted!
A high-tech executive and a US presidential candidate, who in public appear to be at odds, are covertly working together to flood a small Vermont town. The plan is to evacuate the townspeople to a federal camp where they will be implanted with a newly developed surveillance/mind control device called Minerva.
What they didn’t know, is that the town sits on an ancient ley line guarded by spiritual beings called the Others. There’s something going on in the Green Mountains of Vermont and it’s more than anyone can imagine.
Their visit to the small town, in the guise of a hunting expedition, quickly turns sour. They come face to face with their worst nightmares — coming back not just to haunt them, but coming alive to take revenge!
The executive’s playboy son and the town sheriff catches on to their fiendish plan and tries to stop them — and discover forces beyond comprehension!
On completion of her training as an agent of the interstellar federation’s Anthropological Service, Elana is sent to a world whose people may soon destroy their civilization. Since not enough is understood about the situation to justify any interference with their evolution, the Service has no power to act; its agents must go as helpless observers, posing as natives, in the hope of gaining knowledge that may help to save other worlds. This passive role proves intolerable to the young, inexperienced agent assigned to the same city as Elana, a city under totalitarian rule. After falling in love with a local girl who has become Elana’s closest friend, he identifies too completely with the natives and unwittingly endangers the entire world by a well-meant but ill-advised attempt to intervene. Forced to assume responsibility for undoing the damage, Elana finds that only she–at great cost–can prevent an immediate war of annihilation.
From the reviews:
“A surprising, haunting, poetic book . . . full of provocative philosophical and psychological questions as well as tense adventure and romance.” —Commonweal
“Gripping psychological science fiction . . . the relationship between the heroine and her sophisticated, unbrutish interrogator is beautifully balanced and adds another dimension to a story which is already multi-faceted.” —Times Literary Supplement, London
“The author has a direct, forceful style of writing that sparks the reader’s imagination.” —Publisher’s Weekly
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A remarkable tale of vengeance, time travel, and dark magic. What would you do if you woke up one morning and your world was inexplicably changed in the worst way imaginable? Banished by his enemy into a hellish alternate dimension, Luke Decker fights to understand why his world has suddenly changed, and why is he on trial for the murder of his beloved Nina? What he doesn’t know is she’s not dead. Nina watches him vanish into thin air and is completely bereft, struggling to find out how and why he disappeared. Using all of her psychic talents and traversing the astral realm, she frantically searches for him to no avail. She owns a secret item which holds the key to his salvation, but will she figure it out before he’s condemned to live the rest of his life in a realm of darkness?
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Living Through The Glass is the first book of the In Search of Infinity series. The story centers around a woman named Chloe. Chloe is a supremely clairvoyant, paraplegic Goddess. Her disability makes her an outcast among the close-knit circle of Gods and Goddesses. After a lengthy incapacitation, Chloe returns to find her entire world turned upside-down by the actions of Norman, the powerful, yet troubled new leader of Cerebes. Chloe must then use her abilities, quick wit and the assistance of a brand new generation of Gods and Goddesses to figure out what led to the destruction of her family and how to keep Norman from spiraling further out of control.
When Jesse Graham almost runs over a “body” in the road one night, she is plunged into a labyrinth of secrets, lies and murder. All Jesse wants is a simple life teaching at St. Bart’s… and a chance at love with Joe Riley. She realizes that plan has been thwarted when puzzling occurrences at St. Bartholomew Academy for Girls get increasingly dangerous. The danger doesn’t just spring from the ghost who haunts the grounds of St. Bart’s, but from a sinister presence that is not ghostly at all. As she digs into the mystery, threats on her life and the life of her student escalate.
Which danger threatens her life the most? The ghost haunting her student or the secrets buried in the school?