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. It is set in Williamsburg Virginia and southern Louisiana. But will feature a brief window of time in Roman Britain, where the stars align to bring a grumpy vampire and a healer suffering from Fate-induced amnesia together over a thousand years later.
Son of A Horseman
This book will begin a YA/middle grade series that is told from Tarquin’s point of view. I’ve had several younger readers express an interest in my Horsemen series at various events and wanted to develop some age-appropriate books for them as the current Horsemen novels are definitely geared towards adults and older teens, not young readers
The title of this book may change, but it will detail some of Kieran’s story from Tale of Rouen after feedback from readers that they would like to read more novels featuring some of the other characters in Rouen’s story.
The goddess Morrigan and Raphael Fiore’s story. This one is a clash of the titans, enemies to lovers historical fantasy romance. Morrigan refuses to surrender to the Roman forces invading her territory. She stirs rebellion and resists Rome’s might. Raphael Fiore, a Roman Camp Prefect, finds himself clashing not only with the local peoples, but a woman claiming to be a goddess who refuses to submit to Britannia’s new rulers.
Secrets One Must Keep
Prequel Story to House of Arsceneaux. It will detail the history of Morrigan, Sean Watchous, one of the original Horseman, Gabriel, and the forbidden affair between him and Morrigan’s daughter (yet to be named) that leads to Caitlin’s birth. Sean is the narrator, so a few places will be in first person, which is a different writing style for me. It will also answer a question that regularly comes up in critique group and two of my books: “What in the hell is a guide, anyway?”