Fate and the Man In Black have led Jane to the Island of Shadows, a mysterious place shunned by the locals and surrounded by rumors of dark spells and ancient phantoms.
Shadows of Myth
Fate has given Christine a chance at a new life in a fantastical world, but with every life comes its trials. When Tristan and she are approached by a woman pleading for their help, she soon learns more about the dangers of the magical world into which she’s fallen.
Jane and her tired companions seek only refuge from a thick, mysterious fog, but someone has darker plans for them. Those plans lead them to the burnt-out remains of an old building complex where the past doesn’t lie peacefully below the surface. Jane somehow feels drawn to the strange place with its air of dark mystery and is compelled to touch the ruins.
- Romantic Myths and Runes - Welcome back to my newsletter, wonderful readers, and today I have two books to sink your eyes into! There's the second installment of the Dragon Dusk series available for your reading pleasure, and a few pre-orders for some scheduled reading! And don't forget that every weekend a new chapter comes out on my website for my ongoing book, Loving Scotland! You can find the continuing book with all its installments… Read More
- Loving Scotland – Chapter 6 - I followed Fin down the path to the wooden front door where he knocked. There were soft footsteps on the other side and in a moment the door opened. A woman of about fifty stood on the other side. She had keen eyes that lacked the cunning of a knave, but held a bottomless possibility of kindness. Her clothes were simple but clean, and she wore an apron over them… Read More
- Loving Scotland – Chapter 5 - "Aye. Didn't Fin tell you Eilean Dubhan is his island?" the general wondered. I whipped my head to Fin, who smiled back. "He said he owned some property on it," I growled. The general let out a guffaw. "Well, he spoke the truth, but only half of it. He's the laird of Eilean Dubhan." "I think that's enough, General. The young lady isn't interested in such things," Fin spoke up.… Read More