Fractured Era Series
The last humans spent centuries searching for a new Earth. Now they face extinction.
For three hundred years, arks have carried the last remnants of humanity through dark space. The ships are old, failing, and every colonist must do their duty to ensure the fleet’s survival.
Maeve is a metalworker, toiling in the blistering sublevels of the London. She’s lost friends and family to the hazardous work conditions and fears every job she’s assigned could be her last. All she wants is a little control over her life, but the oppressive sublevel enforcers ensure thatâ€™s not an option.
Now, after decades of traveling, the ships have finally reached their destination: Soren, a toxic planet that may have the resources they desperately need. But mining a planet comes at a price, and Maeve and the other workers will be expected to pay it with their lives.
If a better world awaits, Maeve’s sure to be dead long before the fleet finds itâ€¦ unless she finds a way to control her destiny and change it.
A brutal conspiracy threatens humanity’s survival.
Three hundred years ago, the Earth died, and the last humans fled. Beaten. Broken in more ways than one. But there was something they couldn’t leave behind: The Legacy Codeâ€”mangled genes that force them to abort half their unborn children.
When Era and Dritan Corinth get placements on the safest ship in the fleet and win a chance to have a child, they feel lucky. Until the day Era’s supposed to find out if her baby has the Defect, and the ship suffers a hull breach. An investigation uncovers new threats: Dangerous secrets. Lies. Treason. Era begins to question everything sheâ€™s been taught about the fleet, their search for a new Earth, and the Defect. But the answers she seeks were never meant to be found…
Tadeo Raines knows what they say about him. Itâ€™s all lies. But lies are better than the truth.
He broke the rules once and swore heâ€™d never do it again. Now traitors plot against the fleet, and he’s tasked with hunting them down and stopping them. Permanently.
Tadeo was born to command, born to lead the last remnants of humanity to a new Earth. He knows thereâ€™s a better world out there: Daylight at the end of humanity’s long night. And he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get the fleet there. Even if it means walking the line between loyalty and treason. And breaking the rules… Again.
Heart of Ice
K. M. Shea
Rakel, a princess by birth, has spent most of her life exiled on a barren mountain, despised because of her powerful snow magic. Though she longs to be accepted, she hides in her ice-castle and lives with the fear that her brotherâ€”the Kingâ€”will one day order her execution.
Her empty life changes forever when an army of magic usersâ€”led by the enigmatic Colonel Farrin Graydimâ€”invade her home country with plans to enslave its citizens. Swallowing her fear, Rakel joins forces with her jailers and uses her magic to save the people who scorned her.
If Rakel cannot defend her homeland, the country will be lost.
S M Reine
A brutal murder.
There are scratches on CÃ¨sar Hawkeâ€™s arms, a discharged Glock on his coffee table, and a dead woman in his bathtub. Yeah, maybe he brought the waitress home for some fun â€” he was too drunk to remember it â€” but he knows for a fact that he didnâ€™t kill her. Heâ€™s an agent with the Office of Preternatural Affairs. He doesnâ€™t hurt people. He saves them.
The cops disagree. Now CÃ¨sar is running.
The search for a shaman.
Isobel Stonecrow speaks with the deadâ€¦for the right price. She brings closure to the bereaved and heals broken hearts. But when she resurrects someone for the wrong client, she ends up on the OPAâ€™s most wanted list.
One risky solution.
Tracking down Isobel is the last case assigned to CÃ¨sar before he bolts. If he finds her, he can prove that he didnâ€™t kill that waitress. He can clear his name, get his job back, and bring justice to the victim.
Sheâ€™s just one witch. CÃ¨sar has bagged a dozen witches before.
How hard can one more be?
The world is dead. Plants gone. Animals gone. The air is thick with dust and ash. Water has turned to murky cesspools of death and decay. Life and Earth as we know it are goneâ€”at least all the good parts.
Itâ€™s been almost a year since the first signs that we killed our planet began to arise. Order and humanity are gone now, replaced by vigilante justice and survival at all costs. Nine months have passed since the quarantines were put in place. Six months since we realized it was too late, and just after that the governments of the world fell.
That was nearly seven billion people ago, and now Charles has decided it is time to pack up and leave in search of the one thing still worth living forâ€”his daughters.
With rumors of roving bands of cannibals, and even zombies, he knows making the journey is a long shot, but he has to try. He promised their dying mother that he would keep them safe and has every intention of doing just that, come hell or hungry zombies.
In a soulless world filled with nothing but pain and death, will his determination be enough to see him through to the end?