Isla wants nothing more than to spend her days sneaking off with her secret love, 

obsessing over tribal folklore, and hunting for the mysterious Injini, magical protectors of 

legend. But when Elan, the newly appointed leader of their kingdom, visits Isla’s tribe in 

hopes of brokering a political alliance through marriage, he throws off everyone’s plans 

by choosing Isla instead of her older sister.

When Isla leaves her tribe, she discovers that the magical Veil that has kept their 


Parallel Universes. For quantum physicists, it’s a theory. For Melanie, it’s a problem. She keeps 

waking up in one of her other lives.

In her familiar world, she’s Melanie Wagner—a wife, mother, and marketing executive for a 

pharmaceutical company on the brink of disaster. If she can’t dispel the accusations that their 

new anti-depressant is unsafe, her meteoric rise up the Big Pharma ladder is over.

In the other world, she’s Melanie Dyer, a penniless private investigator working with her lefty 


When the noose chokes James Cahill, he is glad to be dead. Enemy
soldiers capture him after the battle of Chaplin Hills, Kentucky, and
hang him naked from a tree. It’s a fitting end after he enlists in the
Civil War against his parents’ wishes, skewers his best friend with a
rifle ramrod, and runs from the rebels like a pitiful coward.

Shamed and broken, James wants to die — until Evangelin, a Sister from
a nearby Shaker village, cuts him from the hanging tree and revives
him.As he recuperates among the Shakers, James seeks out Evangelin


Sixteen-year-old Kiora is comfortable climbing to the top of a windmill with a wrench in her hand and the wind dancing around her―until the Wind Beast disappears from the sky and the wind stops.


Over the past three decades alone, more than four thousand First Nations, Métis, and Inuit 

women have disappeared or been murdered in Canada. THE INTERSECTION[S], 

complete at 93,000 words, is adult literary fiction exploring the crisscrossing lives of four 

Indigenous women during this ongoing human rights crisis. 

Rose’s afternoon jog in a public park ends in hospitalization when the neon feathers she 

wears in her hair are ripped out as she’s dragged down an escarpment and assaulted. Once