Warriors of the Cross (The Warrior Series, Book #1) 

Allison La Crosse, beginning a challenging family medicine residency, leaves the protection of her family. With the transfer, her worst nightmares come true. Her closely guarded mystical talents – those that seldom appeared before the move – unleash themselves from her confinement and reveal their presence with very little provocation.


Allison’s most terrifying power is her compulsion to cure the dying with her touch. Given her career, this gift would be valuable if she were not drawn like a magnet to the ailing person's every symptom. Some of which are fatal. 

At the hospital and surrounded by life-and-death emergencies, Allison’s inability to manage her impulse turns deadly. When it does, her mentor, Brody, rescues her from her own demise. His resuscitation ignites an exciting and tempestuous bond between them. 

Desperate for a cure, they join forces and embark upon a journey to uncover the origins of Allison’s lethal curse. In the midst of their adventure, Allison exposes a secret pursued by many…known by few. 

Allison La Crosse’s world is in a tailspin. After learning she has the miraculous power to cure the dying with her touch (and the gift could kill her), she discovers she was given up at birth in order to keep her enemies from knowing she was alive.

With barely any time to absorb those unbelievable facts, Allison is viciously attacked. To her horror, the attacker is one of the few people in the world she loves unconditionally. She quickly learns that Devin, the first person she ever saved – an act bonding them for eternity – and her mother’s killer, is her assailant. With this discovery, she realizes that Devin’s twin brother, Daryl, is controlling his every action. Fortunate for Allison, Daryl believes her destiny is far too important to kill her…at least for now.

Allison has to either save Devin from Daryl’ mind control or kill them both. Further complicating matters, she is racing Brody and Clark, two men who have become her constant guardians. With every injury from her beating acting as a visible reminder of Devin’s potential for malevolence, Brody and Clark are soon able to accomplish that which Allison was not. Their intervention causes Daryl to do something altering Allison's life forever.

Allison La Crosse's picture perfect world quickly becomes more of a nightmare than the fairytale she'd been expecting when she married Brody. With enemies leading and destiny in control, she embarks upon a journey of the soul where she unearths an underwater realm that is beyond believable...beyond fantastical...beyond comprehension. 

Deep within this undiscovered world, Allison is forced to battle a new breed of adversaries. Ones willing to do whatever necessary to capture her -- dead or alive. While fighting for her life, she joins forces with an exceptional team of protectors. Because they are unconditionally loyal, she sees firsthand that they are prepared to sacrifice their lives in order to guard her existence and defend the purity of their world.  

Love, friendships, and unforgivable actions have Allison wondering if going home will ever be an option even if home is the only place where she can have a life with Brody. 

Allison La Crosse's journey continues at full speed. With barely enough time to process her heartbreak, she learns danger has followed her from the Underwater Realm, and with it, she sees firsthand how potent the fury of a scorned woman can be. When Sheza orders Crux, the latest Dark Fallen Angel, to hunt and kill Allison, the fight for her life begins anew. 

Making the adventure all the more interesting and dangerous, Allison learns that promises, pledges, blood bonds, and commitments made in the heat of the moment cannot be ignored or denied...no matter how much she would like to do just that.

Allison's most-recent Disciple, Hestia, is Crux's soul mate. For her sake, Allison, Brody, Clark, Daryl, and Neptune join forces and journey into Demesne's Inferno, a land comparable to Hell. It's the only place where Crux's soul can be rescued from the darkest angel of all.

Isis, future Queen of the Coral City, lives a fairy-tale life and loves it all the way down to the last preordained detail. Others might resent a life so structured, but Isis thrives on knowing she was born to marry Set, bare his children, and spend her days reigning over the world she loves.

When the flaws deeply embedded within her enchanted world begin to surface and war threatens her kingdom, Isis realizes her dreams may never come true... that there may not be a world to rule if her enemies have anything to say about it. Determined to fulfill her destiny, protect her family, and preserve her city's peaceful state, Isis petitions to become a frontline soldier in the Underwater War.
General CoeusSet's twin brother and a man who hates everything Isis is fighting to protectreluctantly agrees to train and prepare her for the battle. Early on, she wonders whether his training methods will kill her before she ever steps the first foot onto the battleground.
As war grows closer and the preparation sessions between her and Coeus become more intense, Isis' visions for her picture-perfect life turns upside down, and she begins doubting everything she has ever been told. With Coeus' declaration of undying love, she understands that a life filled with love and happiness—rather than friendship and duty—is the only one worth dying for.

Worth Living For, (Underwater, #2) - Fall 2013/Spring 2014
The brooding Coeus, twin brother to Set, hates the life he is forced to live. Making him even more rebellious is the fact that Apollo, his ruler and father, is intolerant of anyone who questions his antiquated customs... especially when that person is his very own son.
As the youngest twin, Coeus missed the honor of becoming the future ruler by seconds. He does not begrudge his brother's destiny. He does however resent the fact that Set's status as the oldest automatically makes him the man who will marry Isis, the most beautiful women in The Coral City and the only woman Coeus has ever loved.
In defiance of his father and their Piscean traditions, Coeus refuses to marry his betrothed. Furious, Apollo sends him to the frontlines of the Underwater War. Coeus, who has a death wish, welcomes the chance to die for his kingdom because he knows that death would at least be honorable.
The last thing Coeus expects to find in the middle of the battle zone is Isis, but she is there, leading by example and fighting hard to protect the Coral City and its customs. After spending time with her and falling even deeper in love, Coeus decides to make her see what he sees... a life where they are together is the only one worth living for.