Word Count: 153,500
Summary: The Guardian is a guilty pleasure, time travel, erotic M/M fantasy novel about twin witches Robbie and Rowan, who take a job at a mineral mining company. They soon discover something is lurking in the darkened mine. Robbie and Rowan are thrown back in time and find themselves stranded in the year 1647 with no foreseeable way back. Robbie is maliciously catapulted forward in time to the year 1918. Separated from Rowan for the first time in his life, Robbie is scared and alone. Robbie finds his young grandfather in post-war Connecticut. He is forced to witness a secret relationship between his grandfather and a man. Robbie learns of the existence of werewolves and knows he will need his brother to help him fight in the battle that has the potential of becoming the next apocalypse.
Word Count: 150,500
Summary: A guilty pleasure novel that combines a thrilling tale of time travel, magic, erotic M/M fun, and adventure. Follow Ehane Freeman, a native American witch, as he journeys back to 1636, right before the Mystic massacre, the darkest time in Connecticut’s history. Ehane is determined to save his ancestor, Sassascus, the sachem of the Pequot tribe, from the massacre. However, his brother, Dohate, is against the idea. He is more concerned with the ramifications of tampering with the timeline. Ehane goes against his brother’s counsel and travels back in time and inadvertently destabilizes the natural course of history, leaving Dohate to clean up his mess, yet again. Dohate and his friends have to assimilate into the 17th century to help nudge history back on course. They fight on the side of the Native Americans as their battle with the Puritans grows to a fever pitch.
Word Count: 92460
Summary: Conundrum is a guilty pleasure, M/M fantasy novel that asks what you would sacrifice to save your family and closest friends. That’s the question Takoda Freeman, a young Native American witch, faces. Takoda puts his complete trust in Russell Sands, a werewolf, who says he can help save his loved ones, ignoring that fact that Russell was his father’s nemesis. Takoda risks it all to save his friend and mentor, Jared Mason, from two vengeful Puritans from the past. The ordeal left Jared with the singular longing to change his past. Jared vowed to make it so that he and his father never went to the 17th century when he was a teenager. If Jared successfully changed that event, a new reality would emerge, and Takoda would cease to exist. That sends Takoda on a frightening philosophical journey where he must ultimately decide whether saving his own life is greater than the lives of his friends and family.
Word Count: 105,192
Summary: NEIMUS GRUNDLY TAKES the reigns and becomes the new alpha of an elite order of werewolves. His first day on the job isn’t going so well. He has to deal with his hybrid wolf problem, the werecats, angry witches, and the moral decline amongst his subordinates. Oliver Grimes, one of his wolves, has discovered a way to gift magic. After bestowing himself with powers, Oliver can now create hybrid werewolves with a single bite, putting the pedigree of the pack in jeopardy. Thereby forcing Neimus to call upon the pack physician, who has been separated from the pack for 950 years, to help rid them of hybrid werewolves. In conjunction, Neimus has to walk a fine line with Phelan, the alpha of the werecats, with whom they are on the verge of war. The werecats attacks are more frequent and deadly, but Neimus fears the growing threat of the witches the most. He is thrust into uncharted territory. He must find a way to safely get his pack through these trying times. A challenge he isn’t sure he can manage.
Word Count: 69,153
Summary: Krish Butala believed himself to be the typical college student until his latent werewolf abilities unexpectedly manifested. This came as a big surprise since he was bitten by Josef Cartwright nearly two years ago, and nothing has happened to him in all that time. Krish has to learn how to navigate through his new life without a pack. After accidentally killing a fellow college student, Krish has to figure out how to cover up the murder. He is grateful for all the help Tyler Turner, his roommate has given him, but he isn’t entirely sure he can trust Tyler, seeing that he is a witch. Tyler’s brother Derek and the rest of the witch community don’t trust Krish, and they’re keeping a close eye on him, which makes being a nascent werewolf that much harder. Krish is plagued with haunting, vividly sexual dreams of Josef, his progenitor, which leaves him questioning his decision to leave him. Krish is surprised to find help in the most unlikely of places. An elder werewolf named Luther from another pack. Luther helps Krish and promises to protect him. But at what cost? Krish has to figure out who he can trust and find his path on his own. The Omega is an exciting M/M erotic thriller about werewolves, witches, and other supes.
Word Count: 66,545
Summary: Krish Butala, a werewolf, last of his line, teams up with his best friend Tyler Turner, a witch, and their good friend Matthew Williams, a tribrid. To protect themselves and everyone they know from the rising tensions amongst the various supes factions, they concoct a way to stop the impending war before it kicks off. The nagging ethical dilemma that plagues them is that if they proceed with their plan, they will betray everyone they know.