The House of Arsceneaux

The first book that started the Servants of Morrigan series. This work tells the story of Evariste “Gage” Arsceneaux and Caitlyn.

The Tale of Rouen

Jillian, a divorced researcher, travels to Urbino, Italy to get away from life in the US for a bit. As she begins to explore the mountaintop town, she encounters a man from the Renaissance. Initially thinking he is a costumed tour guide, she learns he is a ghost with a strange story. Rouen is cursed to wander within the boundaries of Urbino for a thousand years. Jillian is the first person in over a century to notice that he exists. Feeling sorry for Rouen, Jillian decides to see if anything can be done to put his soul to rest. As she turns page after page in the archives, Jillian learns there is much more to Rouen’s story than the ghost shared. What she discovers rewrites the historical narrative of one of England’s most famous rulers and sheds a whole new light on the Duke of Urbino’s European military ties. Her request for such old records attracts the attention of a medieval order. Rouen learns too late what Jillian discovered to keep her from being drawn into his world and away from harm. Shocked to find herself living history instead of writing it, Jillian is faced with the choice of sharing what she knows with the world or allowing Rouen to slip silently back into the shadows of the past.

War Rising

This is a prequel style book to Mark of the Night and When The Moon Bleeds that follows Rayne’s journey from a human living in the Middle Ages to becoming the immortal Horseman, War.

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