The Illvaettir War should be over and the threat to the Elves should be finished. And yet Gansükh rules Āzar Pāyegān, a Hunnic Shahdom right next to them. While ever he can summon his daimôn lord, he cannot be killed and he cannot be displaced.
He also controls Darband, the main gateway through the Greater Caucasus Mountains.
While he still lives, the elves cannot be safe.
A very special assassin is sent. She must get closer to Gansükh than anyone else. She must become his lover. She must become his 'enemy within the gates'.
She is very dangerous herself and she will face intrigue, powerful enemies, great danger and desperate battles.
She has to pretend many things to keep her identity safe. What she least expects is to fall in love with the man she has been sent to kill.
The Gathering Storm is a grand Epic, firstly of peace, but this peace is an illusion. The storm clouds of war are gathering. It will be a fight on many fronts against impossible odds and this will be a fight that the elves and their allies cannot win. Jacinta has been permanently injured in her fight with a daimôn. It seems she will have to give up her dream of being a warrior. A group of young women desperately need her help, but how can she help them when she can't help herself? As war looms, she and her new friends must remain behind, their hearts aching for their friends and loved ones riding to war. Some they will never see again. But can Hakeem really defeat a daimôn army without Jacinta?
Sword and Sorcery Epic Fantasy 18 +
A desert world made desperate by drought and war. Jess, a Nubian assassin, deadly to her enemies but strangely troubled and vulnerable. Can the love of a Greek slave girl save her? Jess carries a terrible secret and she desperately needs answers: answers about herself and about what really happened to Jacinta and Elana in the final moments of the desperate defence of Elgard. Is the Elvish Prophecy complete? The friends embark on a perilous quest half way across the known world to the Troad, but they are not ready for what they will find there. It is not only danger and dark magic that Jess must face, somehow she has to face what lies inside herself.
Sword and Sorcery Epic Fantasy 18 + (Warning, contains female to female romance)
The Makedóne army under Parmenion has crossed the Bósporos and is carving its way through the Greek maritime cities of Bithynia with ridiculous ease. The Greek city of Troia is the great prize and now it stands in desperate peril. Philippos the Makedóne king plans to increase his army several fold and when he does he will overcome all possible resistance. The Athenai navy is likely to attack before that.
Hakeem, his wife the elf queen Elana, and their adopted daughter Jacinta ride in haste to join the city as it prepares for a siege. But the large armies headed to Troia are not the only danger for the pitiful few defenders. Sword and Sorcery Epic Fantasy 18 + Winner of a Readers’ Favorite award and indieBrag Medallion.
Adventure, romance and fantasy set in mythical Norway just before the dawn of the Bronze Age. Dark sorcerers are hunting the elves to extinction. With her home destroyed and her people in danger of annihilation a young woodland elf is taken captive by savage Norse raiders.
She has been told that without her, there may be no hope for her people. But how can a slave girl fight demons, another group of dangerous raiders and protect the small group of elf children entrusted to her? She must also find a way to resist the surprising kindness with which she is treated, cope with her dangerously attractive slave master and tame her own rebellious heart, because she has been told that she will have to give up everything, including all that she loves. (18+)