About the Author
FANGIRL TURNED WRITER. SLYTHERIN SHADOWHUNTER FROM DISTRICT FOUR.
I'm fairly confident that I came out of womb reading the book. I've always loved stories in whatever medium they come. Books, movies, television shows... It didn't matter. I didn't discriminate (I still don't!). It was only a natural progression that I become a writer myself.
I've been telling stories for as long as I've been reading. Even if it was just standing in front of my family acting out dramatic retellings of my day or making up stories of my own it didn't matter. It was only a matter of time until I branched out into being a real writer and sharing my stories with friends and strangers alike. And you know what? It's the best job in the world.
I write dirty, sexy stories about humans & their supernatural lovers. I grew up dreaming of being a Greek Goddess, not a Princess, so I wrote a book about it. In my Grace of Gods series normal humans find out they possess the souls of Greek Gods within them. They are whisked out of their lives and brought to Mount Olympus, thrust into the new and dramatic lives of their Gods.
Ode to the Queen (Grace of Gods Series Book 1)
Savannah has been kidnapped. By a man who claims he’s a Titan and she’s a Greek Goddess. It’s a little farfetched and she wishes it isn’t true but the evidence is piling up against her. Except, she doesn’t know who her Goddess is and no one will tell her.
While left to figure it out for herself, Charlotte is happy to make her life a living hell and the friends she does make turn to enemies. And then there’s Aidan: the arrogant and mysterious King of the Gods. Savannah finds herself drawn to him despite her best efforts not to get involved with another guy. She doesn’t need this kind of trouble when her life is already upside down; being a Goddess is hard enough.
Embroiled into a plot to steal the heavenly throne Savannah finds herself learning she must make sacrifices for the ones she cares about.
Driven by fate and a past she knows nothing about Savannah must navigate her new world as one of the Twelve Olympians, learning to be her own heroine. Will history repeat itself or will the New Olympians write their own myths?
God Save the Princess (Grace of Gods Series Book 2)
In a world of Gods and mythologies Valentina still struggles to identify her own Goddess. Despite feeling out of place amongst others of her kind, nothing will stop her from protecting her friends from the dangers that begin to surround their new reign.
While grappling to name her inner Goddess, Valentina finds herself torn by the mysterious Griffin who leaves her frustrated and confused. She doesn’t understand the connection she feels toward him or why every time they start to get close he pulls away.
But relationships are the least of her problems when she’s kidnapped and trapped in the Underworld. Her Goddess has no choice but to awaken to help Valentina navigate her way through the doomed hallways of Hades and try to get back to Olympus before it’s too late for all the Olympians.
With a reluctant Goddess in her mind, Valentina fights to survive in a realm where death is the only outcome. Will history repeat itself or will the New Olympians write their own myths?
Tyranny of the Prince (Grace of Gods Series Book 3)
Griffin has always known who his God was - the voice of self-loathing in the back of his mind. But his inability to adapt to the changing reality around him has nothing to do with accepting his God and everything to do with Hades' place in the social stratosphere. The only thing that keeps him grounded is the beautiful Valentina, who stole his heart the first time she smiled.
But everything he has ever loved has been taken away from him and he doesn't want Valentina to be another part of the pattern. So, he does what he thinks is the best thing to protect her. Even if it happens to be the one thing that might hurt her.
War has descended on Mount Olympus and Griffin finds himself thrust in between the Titans and Olympians. Soren, self-appointed leader of the Titans, intends to kill them all and turn Earth into his own playground of despair and destruction. As Prince of the Underworld Griffin can't stand by and just let that happen.
He might appear to be the anti-hero but with the ever-changing political landscape of Olympus now is his chance to stand up and do the right thing. But will Hades let him? Will history repeat itself or will the New Olympians write their own myths?
Desecrated Beauty (Twisted Fairy Tales Book 1)
Once upon a time, that’s how most of these stories start. But this isn’t one of those stories… Sure, it has the heroine and the hero but they’re not as you would expect them. Both of them have a bloodlust, one different from the other. Quill was born and raised as a cold killer who takes enjoyment from the kill. Nero is the son of a Viking and a 1500-year-old vampire whose never been denied his pleasures before. Until he meets Quill. He forces her to exchange her life for Rose’s, his indentured servant and Quill’s little sister. Drawn by her fearlessness and strength he has to have her but such a woman cannot be possessed. Both must learn to give up their carefully afforded control to let the other in. Only then may they have their happily forever after.
Sink your teeth into this dystopic re-telling of Beauty and the Beast and satiate your booklust.
Mionanamithe (Twisted Fairy Tales Book 2)
When Lena was 16 she saw something that no one believed she saw. And for the last 10 days she has lived in perpetual fear of the monster who set his sights on her. On the outskirts of the city she's from she lives in a cabin with her daughter Solene who is kidnapped one night by the very creature she has been hiding from. Desperate to follow him through the portal he takes Solenn through she follows with the help of a Faery man named Aviur. He brings her to Aithar Gloine where she meets Prince Dagon and both men vow to help her find her daughter.
Along the way Lena learns things about herself that will forever change the world she lives in. Not just that but she finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of emotions toward the two men who are helping her, splitting her heart and desires between the two. Her humanity wants her to choose one over the other; but does she have to? Things are different in Aithar Gloine and as much of an outsider as she is, Lena has the heart of a Faery.