Review: Flip a Coin

“If fate was a two-sided coin, I chose tails so Emily could win heads.”

When mob boss Olivia Dixon’s twin sister, Emily, suddenly goes missing, Olivia is hell-bent on not just rescuing her but destroying the people responsible, no matter who that ends up being.

A guilt-ridden Olivia is convinced that they’ve got the wrong sister. After all, Emily’s life is pretty tame by comparison. Instead of working with knives and guns, she teaches five-year-old kids how to spell.

In a last ditch attempt to find her, Olivia takes her sister’s place – at work, with friends and perhaps more importantly even in Emily’s husband’s bed.

Flip a Coin is the first audiobook in the Utterly Betrayed Series.

Each audiobook in the series is a stand-alone without a cliff-hanger.

Review: Persephone Plus

After a year of banishment in the modern world Persephone must convince Olympus that love comes in many forms.

Persephone and Aphrodite must settle an old rivalry regarding their shared lover, or forfeit them to the mortal realm forever in this LGBTQ+ romantic fantasy short story. As their time runs out and the Goddess of Love shows no sign of wavering, it is up to Persephone to find a way to save the mortal she loves, without hurting the immortal she married.

If you like old myths with modern twists and complicated romance, you’ll love Persephone Plus.

Review: Blood Creek Witch

Deep in the Appalachian Mountains, a monstrous evil rises, and the only one who can stand against it is a teen-age witch who doesn’t believe in magic.

Grieving and lost after the death of her parents, Jenny Morgan is sent to West Virginia to live with an aunt she’s never met. It’s there that Jenny is confronted with an unbelievable family heritage of witchcraft and magic – something she immediately dismisses as old-fashioned superstitions. However, once her new home is threatened by deadly horrors straight out of myth and folklore, her aunt’s stories become impossible to ignore.

Now Jenny and her three new friends – friends with dark secrets all their own – are the only ones who stand a chance of stopping the growing evil, but only if Jenny can embrace her arcane heritage. Little does Jenny know that wielding her power will attract the attention of an even greater evil – the same immortal entity her parents died to protect her from.

Review: The Return of the Gods

We all carry darkness inside us. All that anger and frustration, where does it go?

Benjamin Jones knows it all too well. The Return of the Gods is the account of what happened to him during this darkness of the mind and soul.

The Lord of Darkness has trapped Ben in a dark world, in another dimension, a purgatory if you will.

He must discover why he’s been put there. He must save the ancient gods’ planet from total oblivion as well. And as his friends go through their own magical transformations and battle their own demons, he must rise up against ghouls, witches, his own visions of madness, The Necromancer, and more. On the way, he will meet Heaven and Hell; and he will discover more about his godlike status…

Review: Benjamin Jones: The Call of the Shaman

Is darkness falling upon the face of the earth?

Ben, a 12-year-old orphan boy, must discover himself, what happened to his parents, his shamanic powers, and legacy. He might be the reincarnation of an ancient demigod, a wolf boy hero emerging from ancient Sumer (Sumeria). But this quest won’t be easy because there will be dark forces, ghouls, necro creatures, curses, and much more against him.

In this quest, joined by his friends, he will also be guided by visons of his father, a great shaman. And he will have to recover a sacred artifact called “The Sphere of Truth and Wisdom”. This orb holds the wisdom and magic of all shamans past. This orb also holds the capacity to open a portal into the spiritual world.

Benjamin Jones is an orphan boy who does not believe in his magic at first, but through patience and commitment to a cause bigger than himself, he will begin to explore the miracle of life. And that is exactly the hidden magic in each of our lives. This is the message of this story.

Review: The Elf and The Princess

A most thrilling and captivating tale for readers of all ages….

Menarm was a great and prosperous kingdom, known throughout the lands for its friendly, hard-working people and fair trade. But a bitter struggle of succession between brothers left the kingdom devastated, the people divided. Some stayed with Fenil, who had conquered the crown, others followed Renil to the wild lands of the north, founding a new kingdom.

Now Adren, the last princess of the vanquished realm of Menarm, finds herself alone in a world where women live in the shadows of men. Not only must she battle her enemies, but also a truth that could obliterate her last hope for happiness and bring dishonor to all those whom she holds dear. On her quest, she finds unlikely allies in a powerful prince and a defiant mercenary, only to be devastated by an ancient and wily elf. Will Adren be able to survive this final assault?

The Elf and the Princess is a brilliant tale of true love, high adventure, and medieval-style warfare between elves, men, and orcs. Drawing inspiration from the myths and legends of Europe and from such writers as J. R. R. Tolkien, Anna del C. Dye spins a completely original tale that will leave the reader wanting more.

Review: Cursed by the Crown

“I’m not like other women; I’m Kumari, Queen of the Realm, and I’m cursed.”

Trust was a liberty that as Kumari, Bae could not afford, especially after the murder of Bae’s mother, the late Kumari. The Kumari bloodline had to continue regardless of the cost, even if it was the life of someone she loved.

There were only two things that a Kumari should trust; magic and her seven mates. The race was on for Bae to find and claim her seven mates before she had to defend her realm from an unknown enemy. With them, she still might not win, but alone she would definitely fail.

Review: Buried

Home is where the heart is…or the hatred. You can feel the love and care someone puts into their home just by walking into it. Equally, you can feel the hatred and malice when you step into a home where dark deeds have been done.

Alex and his team of so-called paranormal investigators are given the opportunity of a lifetime, when they are able to film inside one of the most haunted, and cursed, locations in their area. The Jackson Mansion.

The thing that makes this mansion truly unique is that it is built completely underground. Determined to uncover the dark secrets of the mansion’s past, and prove himself a notable investigator, Alex doesn’t care what it takes.

The mansion, however, has other ideas, as well as some rather restless occupants.

Review: Colossus: Stone and Steel

Judea, AD 66. A Roman legion suffers a smashing and catastrophic defeat at the hands of an angry band of Hebrews armed with only slings and spears. Knowing Emperor Nero’s revenge will be swift and merciless, they must decide how to defend their land against the Roman invasion. Caught up in the tumult is the mason Judah, inadvertent hero of Beth Horon, who now finds himself rubbing shoulders with priests, revolutionaries, generals, and nobles, drafted to help defend the land of Galilee. Denied the chance to marry where he will, he turns all his energy into defending the besieged city of Jotapata. But with a general suffering delusions of grandeur, friends falling each day, and the Roman menace at the walls, Judah must brave a nightmare to save those he loves and preserve his honor. First book of the Colossus series.

Review: Entanglement

Click play on the playlist, and check your dimension tables.

Track One: In the construction site behind the building where data analyst Vanessa works, a door frame was discovered buried a few feet below the ground.

Track Two: After a catastrophic job interview for an entry-level position, Noah stumbles out of the bathroom pantsless and into Vanessa.

Track Three: An unknown dormant connection is re-shared.

Error in track order.

Track Number Unknown: Neither of their lives are what they believed them to be.

Track Number Error: In an attempt to understand themselves, a night of drinking leads to the two of them stumbling through the door frame behind Vanessa’s work. The next day Noah is Vanessa’s boss, and the world as they know it isn’t the same.

Error in dimension table….

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