Friday, 23 May 2014

5 star review for Magpie & Jynx

The first review of Magpie & Jynx is now online! Thank you to Goodreads reader, Marsha, for her kind words, not only for the story but the Twin Cities Series as a whole. My fellow authors and I have endeavored to create a world full of exciting paranormal possibilities, and it's gratifying to know that it is making for an enjoyable read.

You can read the full version of Marsha's review here, on Goodreads:

Be sure to check out the other great books available in the Twin Cities Series! 

Friday, 16 May 2014

Indie Book of the Day

Reading The Dead: Fidelis In Aeternum has won Indie Book of the Day for May 16. That's pretty sweet! Thank you!

Sunday, 4 May 2014


The Twin Cities Series of urban fantasy adventures continues with this exciting action/adventure!

Half-shifter Maggie "Magpie" Bartlett and Jynx, her siren friend, expected trouble during their infiltration into a human/fae trafficking ring run by the yakuza, but they never imagined things would go so awry! Escaping the syndicate's compound in The Realms, a parallel dimension populated by the stuff of nightmares, becomes a life and death struggle against impossible odds. Their plans for a simple rescue mission turns into a fight for survival as they find themselves in the middle of a bloody war between vampires, werewolves, the yakuza, and a Japanese demon of boundless rage. Forced to put their trust in the unlikeliest of allies, the pair embark on a final scheme to escape the horrors closing in around them, culminating in an all-or-nothing dash for freedom.

The Twin Cities Series is a collaborative set of novellas written by a number of different authors including Drew Avera, J.B. Cameron, Kedrick Rue, & Theresa Snyder.  The people of Minnesota believe the twin cities to be Minneapolis and St. Paul, but what they don't realize is the name actually refers to a parallel dimension known as The Realms, where creatures of myth roam freely. Humans stand only a dimensional barrier away from the most terrifying and horrible monsters imaginable, but there are a select few who answer the cries for help, who guard the world of mankind and keep it safe from harm. The Realms can be a place of great danger, as well as great beauty, where love and loss can be sudden and significant, but make no this world, humanity is just another word for powerless.

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