- The Stone Series
- The Path of the Stone
- The Rise of the Stone
- The Aurélie Series
- Aurélie – Survival
- Aurélie – on the Road
- Aurélie – Gates of Immortality
- Lucan, Book 1
- Lucan, Book 2
- The Bewitched Mirror Series
- Beyond the Mirror
- Without the Mirror
- The Broken Mirror
- Thorn Heart
- A Right to Live
- Get Through Burnout – My Road to Recovery
One harpy rebellion.
Two parallel stories, two different worlds, even two different centuries, both with a common purpose: find the Stone before Aeron does. If Aeron gets his hands on the Stone, all will be lost and betrayal lurks around every corner.
In Camden Town, London, Eva leaves a party with a stolen jacket, followed by her ex-boyfriend, Darryn. She has no idea what dangerous item is hidden in her pocket.
When her hand closes around it and its heat sears her skin, the ground splits open, whisking her and Darryn away into an underground time tunnel. Darryn’s brother Daniel, who is the only witness to the strange event, retrieves the Stone, unwittingly unleashing its owner, Aeron.
Aeron, a creature of darkness, weakened by the loss of the Stone, is set on killing Daniel and recovering his lost power. However, Calliope, a wayward harpy, puts a stop to his plan, snatching Daniel out of his grasp and whisking him away into the world of harpies.
You’ll never look at harpies the same way again!
Azure’s tale begins long before The Path of the Stone, in 341 BC Macedonia, during her mortal days.
Compelled to save her best friend from certain death – which may have been a mistake – Azure goes to extraordinary lengths to survive, traveling to faraway lands and even through time and immortality
Can betrayal and regret define her for the better, or are she and others condemned to becoming the worst versions of themselves?
What if you had to remember the pain of your past life?
When Daniel and Calliope get separated, each stuck with different unearthly creatures, events drive them away from each other and into the arms of a new enemy. Obstacles pile up, and a reunion seems to be further and further away from what they hoped.
Calliope has no memory of her past immortal life; she can’t remember the glorious harpy she used to be … Until she is hurled back into the world of harpies, the cruel MerFolk, vicious, flesh-eating sirens, and a mysterious being that thrives on fire.
This time, the Stone alone might not be enough to save them all.
This historic novel begins with Aurélie telling her memories of the French Revolution, her participation in the storming of the Bastille, witnessing the September Massacres and her father’s arrest, and the trial of Marie Antoinette.
When Aurélie leaves the murdering mob in the September Massacres, she meets Lucan, a Roman vampire, who saves her from certain death and introduces her to the world of vampires. Seduced by vampirism, she embarks on the road of immortality. Her journey is filled with unsuspected turns, a mortal man that stirs her passion, surprising allies, and Giada, a Renaissance vampire who shares a dark history with Lucan and who is set on destroying Aurélie.
The stunning story Aurélie – Survival is a provocative historical drama that ponders if a vampire can find true love. Or has Aurélie bitten off more than she can chew?
A Tale of Revenge and Redemption
From the catacombs of Rome to the beautiful city of Paris, and the abundant jungle by Veracruz and lush forests of Cuernavaca, to the bustling streets of London… This second installment of Aurélie’s memoirs takes us on a breathtaking journey across the globe to fulfill Penelope´s mission: destroy Giada.
After meeting Lucan on her path, an unexpected ally from his past provides Aurélie with some welcome help on her quest. Seraphin has survived and transformed into an immortal, unique in his kind: carrying friend and foe’s blood inside his undying body. With both men on her side Aurélie finds herself engulfed in a twisted love triangle, one that only becomes more complex when they are faced by their most feared adversaries: the werewolves.
As the story unfolds, Aurélie finds her plans could be compromised when she learns that there is more to Giada than meets the eye, changing the face of the mortal and immortal world forever. This quest for revenge soon becomes a trail of eye-opening discoveries about those she thought she could trust and those she thought were her enemies.
A Race Against Time to Do the Unthinkable
After centuries of hatred, vampires and werewolves have finally achieved peace. Vampire Aurélie has settled down in her house in Paris, sharing her turf with Seraphin, a unique creature who carries both vampire and werewolf blood.
The sudden news of an assault on Penelope´s lair threatens this very peace. If Penelope, fount of the vampires, is killed, the vampire blood line will be destroyed.
All suspicions point to Akira, fount of the werewolves. With the help of Lucan – her maker – and Seraphin, Aurélie embarks on a journey to find the culprit behind the attack. Soon, she discovers that this quest is more than she bargained for and that a war threatens. Aurélie must find Akira to stop the devastating events, but it turns out to be more difficult than she expected, finding betrayal with someone she trusted and a reluctant ally among her enemies.
Aurélie realizes that – to preserve her own existence – she is fighting for a creature she despises. With only herself to trust, how can she stop this war that menaces the very existence of vampires, and perhaps even werewolves?
Reclusive Lucan now tells it all. There are no more secrets; and his past is no longer shrouded in mystery.
Lucan´s story takes us to ancient Rome and introduces us to Commodus, the emperor of Rome. On the run from Commodus´s wrath, circumstances separate him from his family and he is caught by Penelope, fount of the vampires, who turns him into an immortal. Lucan’s only concern is his family, but he understands that he has to leave them to keep them safe from the dangers of immortality.
His journey takes him to Morgan, the banshee, who lives among the mysterious Forest People, and to his first encounter with a werewolf. Lucan takes the reader on a voyage through the centuries, witnessing heroic battles in the East and the intrigues of monarchies in the West.
The Renaissance brings Lucan some temporary peace and re-introduces Giada, a dangerous Renaissance vampire. He finds friendship with the charismatic Orion who unwittingly brings him closer to the true fount of blood drinkers and lycans (vampires and werewolves).
It is a tale interwoven in human history, a tale of love and persistence, hardship and hope, family and allies, and a desperate attempt to cling to the last remnants of humanity in a world of monsters, mortal or immortal.
A Vampire from Ancient Rome
The tragedies that plagued Lucan in mortal life are now out in the open, unleashed from his cross of burden. We are reacquainted with Giada, his mortal nemesis, and Penelope, fount of vampires, whose merciless cruelty never wanes. His ties to the banshees, the animosity between him and werewolves, and his bond with Hadea; all is revealed in this incredible saga.
Cecilia has inherited a unique talent from her family, the gift of witchcraft, which can also be a terrible curse.
Feared and loathed in her hometown in 16th Century Spain, she faces arrest and execution.
After a daring escape, she crosses the Atlantic to flee the reach of the Inquisition, but in New Spain, a far greater enemy awaits her.
Accompanied by the quirky ghosts of her ancestors, Cecilia finds herself in the world of immortals and the remnants of the Aztec Empire, destroyed by the Spanish invaders.
Struggling to find her way and beginning to get a grip on her true powers, she seeks revenge on the werewolf that invaded her life. However, fate has other plans for her.
Trying to find her way in this unknown world of immortals, Cecilia embarks on an odyssey across two continents and centuries.
Having to confront the consequences of her own choices and without the assistance of her magic mirror, obstacles pile up on her path.
Even when Akira, the ancient fount of the werewolves, asks her to be his lieutenant, her survival is not guaranteed and others of her kind still shun her, fearing her strength. If she wants to survive, she needs the mirror on her side. Retrieving it is one thing, keeping it safe is quite another.
Her ancestors have been elusive so far about her history and the mirror’s power, but even she knows that breaking it will have dire consequences for everyone involved.
Who knew that forging a path and keeping her most precious possession safe came at such a cost?
Unforgettable characters become part of this journey, such as Hernando, the ghost of her mortal passion, and Thora and Isabella, the quirky ghosts of her ancestors, always ready to tease Cecilia. Akira, a fierce and noble being, is the only one Cecilia’s mind powers cannot affect.
Trigger warnings: in some chapters, this book includes cannibalism and thoughts about suicide
Now that allies become enemies and enemies turn friends, Cecilia has to rethink what she has always believed about the immortal world.
With ancient vampires Lucan and Aurélie by her side, she prepares for one final battle against an unknown fiend, a monster so powerful it even commands nature’s elements. Terrible, invisible, ancient, and with a lust to destroy everything Cecilia holds dear, even Cecilia herself.
Unwilling to lose any more loved ones, she teams up with a band of vampires, a banshee, and a hybrid. Together, they confront the nameless one, an ancient creature, and fight a battle to the death with a foe who turns out to be an all too familiar nemesis.
A fantasy fairytale world explodes into full-blown war – with an underlying vegan message
In 2285 it would be exactly two hundred years since the Mountain and the Valley Kingdoms had been created. It had taken time and many errors, even when everyone did their best to avoid the mistakes of the past that had led to destruction of life. The human world was destroyed. Technology was gone, electricity and running water were no more, whole cities had been obliterated, and food supply was scarce.
The survivors awoke to a new world where humans once more were weak and defenseless, stripped of their protective towns and comforts, tools and weapons, machinery and cars. The food chain was no longer what humans had created and believed, but it reverted to how it had been before they took over the world. All they had left now was their common sense and the will to survive in this post-apocalyptic world.
They knew their place. They knew that they could not repeat past mistakes. Never again.
Two kingdoms, opposed in philosophy and action The Mountain Kingdom is a place of peace and respect for all sentient beings. The Valley Kingdom clings to the old destructive ways. Special talents such as animal speech, top speed, and other superhuman attributes are honed and revered in the Mountains, but non-existent in the Valley.
Luna, a young noblewoman with the talent of animal speech, and Prince Storm of the Mountain are betrothed, and nothing seems to stand in the way of their arranged marriage. Storm is a good man and Luna needs an escape from her abusive home.
Bluntax, the Valley king, has long desired everything the Mountain Kingdom possesses, and the upcoming royal wedding between Luna and Storm might be just what he needs to provoke the Mountain Kingdom into a battle they cannot win. His son, Thorn, is his strongest asset and the only man who can help him succeed.
The Mountain Kingdom is unprepared for the threats from the Valley, but when Thorn meets Luna, events are set in motion, forcing them both to make decisions that could change their fates forever.
While human and animal refugees seek shelter in the Mountains to flee the terrors of the Valley, King Bluntax prepares for war. Thorn finds his destiny intrinsically linked to Luna and he must decide. Will he betray her and help his father achieve victory or will he forsake his family and stand by the woman who is also engaged to his rival?
Amazon Reviewer: “The author knows well what the reality of dogs in Mexico (and unfortunately of many other countries in the world) is like. Well written. It will touch your heart. A must-read.”
Born in a quiet neighbourhood in Mexico, Rusty is the only female in a litter of five puppies. Unwanted, she finds herself and her fatally-ill brother dumped at a garbage site. Struggling to survive at only six weeks old, Rusty befriends two dogs, Ayla and Lucky. Teaming up, they leave the garbage dump, trying desperately to find food, water, and solace. Fearing she’ll have to face the dangers and terrors of a world without an owner, Rusty luckily finds refuge with Lety, a woman who adopts Rusty in her time of need. With her friends disappearing, and a happy ending seemingly always out of reach, can Rusty overcome her tough start and find a place where she belongs?
Tips to Get Through Burnout
In 2016 I was diagnosed with burnout, but it could have started earlier than that. Going through burnout feels like trudging through an endless dark tunnel where the light is nowhere in sight. It is something I wouldn’t wish upon anyone, and the day I finally healed – in 2018 – was one of the happiest days of my life.
Burnout is not only exclusive to the workplace but also to other factors, such as abuse at home, and frustrating and long procedures one has to go through at bureaucratic institutions, schools, universities, you name it. Burnout is a modern-day disease that affects many and, somehow, it still has so little understanding.
When I experienced burnout, there wasn’t much help available. So, after I finally crept out of that tunnel back into the light, I decided that I wanted to help people who are going through burnout. I am by no means a psychologist or a health professional, but I know what it’s like to go through burnout; and I would like to give the help I would have loved to have when it happened to me.
So, this book is not about me, but for you, to help you. With what I’ve learned during my road to recovery, I would like to guide you through this dark tunnel or hold up a torch to show the way.