YA Paranormal Fantasy
Date Published: August 2014
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"Grant Bradley's past has become a mystery to him. Can the strength of love overcome the limits of memory?
Now that Grant's memories have faded and he's established himself as a rebellious but gifted guardian angel, Grant should be able to enjoy some happiness in the ever-after. Eager to prove himself to the Elite team, it soon becomes clear that he has a new set of problems to manage. His friends are hiding something, his scars have become inexplicably painful, and the life of the woman he's meant to protect on Earth has gone horribly awry.
Elite, the anticipated follow-up to Satellite, is the second installment in a trilogy set in a vivid world of wonder and possibility. Continue with Grant as he journeys through the unpredictable afterlife."
Date Published: October 14, 2016
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at the Roanoke Academy for the Sorcerous Arts, and Rachel Griffin is stirring
up the dead!
As Halloween approaches,
Rachel Griffin is starting to fit into life at Roanoke Academy for the
Sorcerous Arts. She’s made friends with the extraordinary Sigfried Smith and
his dragon Lucky, and with the beautiful princess of Magical Australia. Though,
at thirteen, Rachel is the youngest student, she has a boyfriend—an older boy,
no less, the infamous Gaius Valiant.
On her very first night at Roanoke Academy,
Rachel discovered mysterious forces at work, forces that threaten everything
she holds dear. Before she could catch her breath, she was in the thick of an
ongoing magical battle that imperils the lives of her fellow students.
Despite her short stature and tender years,
Rachel has already fought demons and fire-breathing dragons, and she has seen
things hidden from sight of others. But when the magical Elf who watches over
her warns of a terrible danger, Rachel is unable to convince either Roanoke
Tutors or Agents of the Wisecraft that malevolent forces are gathering.
Even the ghostly gaiety of the Dead Man’s Ball,
on All Hallow’s Eve, can’t distract Rachel. The doom she has feared is more
imminent than even her Elf could have imagined. And neither time, distance, nor
her gifted magical family can save her from a dire fate in a distant land . . .