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My Works in Progress

                                     Golden Touch

Progress: First draft

Genre: YA contemporary fantasy/loose retelling of Midas/treasure hunt adventure 

Word Count: 82,000 words

Synopsis: Coming soon 


Hunter's Heritage 



Progress: Complete

Genre: Supernatural/YA/Romance 

Word Count: 82,000

Synopsis: It's been four months since Alistair came to town and destroyed Tabitha's life. Four months of chasing lead after lead. Tabitha's search for vengeance leads her and her friends to the colorful city of New Orleans where old Sterling skeletons are revealed and secrets brought to light. It's a race against Alistair and Emmeline to find a mysterious object one of Tabitha's ancestor's stole from the Moirai and hid in New Orleans. In the city while searching for clues to where her ancestor hid the stolen object, she discovers that the supernatural world she grew up knowing is much bigger than she could have imagined. Tabitha won't let anything get in the way of her revenge for Alistair and Emmeline for destroying her family. Sebastian's past comes back to haunt him, family secrets are revealed and new trials threaten to ruin Tabitha forever in Hunter's Heritage.






Stroke of Midnight

Progress: Complete

Genre: Fantasy/Fairytale Retelling

Word Count: 9,635

Synopsis: Ella has three days to find a loophole in her father's plan to save the kingdom through her hand in marriage at the ball he's throwing in her honor. 

Aidan is a boy with a dangerous secret. If his wicked stepbrothers were to ever find out, it could get him killed. 

When the two of them run into each other, they realize they might just be the answer each other have been looking for.

A Cinderella Retelling





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