'Full Moon'- The final novel in 'The Crescent' trilogy is currently in the outline phase and on hold for now. Unfortunately, life has gotten a tad busy lately. But I promise to all those faithful Lacey and Brandon followers, you will have more goodies coming shortly!
'Mystic'- ('The Crescent' spin off), not that normal father daughter way, she's special. She's a witch that can shift into various animals and on her eighteenth birthday- she'll be able to turn you into one. Although, the first person she plans to turn into a rat is Ryan, a human that's caused her nothing but trouble since he stumbled onto her group of specials on the pier, and just can't seem to get the hint that she's so not interested. But little does Airi know, her dislike for him isn't just because he's cocky, there's something lying deep within Ryan just waiting to come out when she turns eighteen, and he's banking on annoying her enough to make her help him bring it out.
'Edgling'- Snow White had an apple, Cinderella a spindle: Laira has a mirror. A hideous, bone-framed monstrosity, her ancestors send messages through. But, when the messages lead to impending danger for her crush, she knows she has to figure out the messages, and quick.
'Consequences'- (something I'm playing with): Logan has lived his whole life trying to stick to the shadows. Adamantly he tries to avoid contact with anyone, fearing skin-on-skin contact will bring on premonitions of the people's futures and pasts, all at once, leaving him dazed and conflicted on what to do with the information. But when he has an accidental brush with Kali, a girl who seems to be stuck in the shadows herself, he can't deny what he's seen... and not seen.
Remarkable-Seventeen-year-old Maddie Nottingfield has two truths in life: first, she was born into a very wealthy southern family and second, she's been groomed to be a trophy wife. But, she is determined to do different, be different than her over-indulgent mother and absentee father. She's got plans and she'll let nothing stop her from executing it at the biggest event of the Southern Belle's season- The West Hills Country Club Talent Show. But fate (and a stroke of bad luck) has other plans for her when dear old dad decides to drive home drunk from the Boar's Club and runs the towns slacker off the road-- landing Maddie right in the middle of a choice she's not ready to make. Does she give up her plans to be more? Or does she go with the flow to hang on to her name and her money?