When Mathew Hansen first heard the disembodied voice of a woman through the wall of his new London flat, he thought he imagined it. Mind playing tricks, in a flat that settled and creaked like an old woman. Or maybe too much booze fuelling his nightmares.
The voice couldn’t be real; just the wind, moving around the old Victorian house.
Besides, his bangable neighbour Amanda couldn’t hear the strange chanting sounds. She was just messing with him when she said she did. A little payback for sleeping with her and never calling her back.
It must be his imagination.
Influenza as swept through the small town of Kinston, killing many, including Henry’s mother. Henry alone and grief stricken struggles with his feelings, while his father only thinks about money and wealth. He finds hope in a young woman, who claims she has lost her family to the dreadful disease.
Blinded by lust and love, is Aura all that she seems to be? Or is there something sinister about her?
Henry’s life has drastically changed, to a world of fear and uncertainty, can Aura provide the kindness and understanding that his mother once did?
A paranormal romance, with love, lust and betrayal.
Cora De’mar is the princess of the witches. However her life is nowhere near a fairy tale. Her father is sick and the day she has been dreading since a child is looming closer. Soon she will be queen. But is being queen more than she can handle?
Her youngest sister doesn’t trust her future husband. But there is nothing Cora can do, she has a duty. One that she must honour, for the sake of her people.
With her father’s passing Cora uncovers the twisted truth of her ancestors. Everything she has ever been told was a lie. That lie threatens to shatter her world completely. But how can Cora fix the twisted roots of the past?
There is one man intent on taking over the throne. Can Cora be the queen her people need her to be? Or will she suffer the fate of her sins?