Dayne's Demon -The Legacy of Edgewoods Book 1
He wasn’t born this way.
On his twenty-fifth birthday, Dayne had been given the Demon, a final and terrifying gift from his father. Created immortal in the demon’s image, he quickly realizes that nothing good can come from his presence in society.
Disappearing into the wilds to live in seclusion, the years pass in the blink of an eye, and Dayne grows accustomed to his solitary existence.
But an encounter with a young girl will open his eyes to what he has avoided for nearly two hundred years…and wake his ancient heart to the possibility of love.
Breaking Stone - The Legacy of Edgewoods Book 2
Although faced with challenging obstacles along the way, Alana Mathews has nonetheless come out at the top of her profession. Promoted to Lieutenant status within the Rogue Elimination Department, she is anxious to advance as far as possible in her career.
The return of her greatest nemesis, a.k.a Lieutenant Grayson Stone threatens to push Alana's tolerance to the limit. Not only is he arrogant and full of himself, but he's also against females participating in Departmental executed outside missions, claiming the weaker sex are too emotional and unstable to withstand extreme conditions in the field.
Both unable to let go of the past, their history sets the tone for future encounters and hostility continues to flourish between them. Shocked and appalled when they discover their wolves have other ideas, will they allow their animosity for one another to dominate the hand fate has dealt?
Young Blood - The Legacy of Edgewoods Book 3
A night catching up with friends takes a violent turn and results in a desperate struggle of survival for Tyler Youngblood. But, it is only the beginning of his nightmare. When he wakes in a strange place shackled and terrified, he makes a horrifying discovery. Monsters are real. Forced into a life he never believed existed outside storybooks and legends, Tyler’s world turns upside down as he attempts to grasp the reality of the savage beast he will become.
Lt. Alana Mathews puts her career on the line to protect Tyler, jeopardizing her future in the Department so he can acquire the skills and knowledge to live as normal a life as possible. Even with her kind-hearted intentions, his first transformation ends in disaster, and he flees from Edgewoods.
As weeks and months pass without any word, Alana’s life continues as normal, her relationship with Grayson Stone surprisingly perfect. All is as it should be until an unfortunate encounter from his past shows up on their doorstep. Upset, Alana goes home to Edgewoods, determined to work through her issues alone. Although ecstatic when Tyler unexpectedly reappears, the following series of dramatic events will change her life forever.
The Legacy of Edgewoods
It was mid-afternoon when everything changed for Jeremy, another chapter in his life opening like a brand-new book, the pages crisp and unblemished from never having been touched, much less read. Pounding nail after nail into the lumber, his mind wandered during the thoughtless task, thoughts ranging over the past and what the future might have to offer. The present moment came roaring back only when the scent touched his nostrils, a light but sweet flowery fragrance combined with a touch of cotton candy and female. The hand holding the hammer stopped abruptly, falling to his side as he twisted his body toward the door.
Unintentionally holding his breath, the noise of the radio faded away, nothing remaining to disrupt those few seconds when the startled green eyes beneath the bill of the ball cap met his. Her lips parted only slightly, but he could hear the sharp intake of breath across her teeth before Shane came from the other room, blocking his view of the girl entirely. The moment interrupted, the world sprang back to life, the rudeness of the blaring radio suddenly grating Jeremy’s nerves. He reached over and hit the button, shutting it off completely. He felt anxious, a nauseating feeling deep in his stomach for no reason he could understand.
"There are some scars we choose to carry, Jeremy," she uttered, "and only you have the power to decide when it's time to let them go."
He shook his head. "I'll never forget."
The older woman laughed, a light-hearted sound in the midst of the seriousness of the conversation.
"It isn't about forgetting," Ida Mae said, "it's about moving forward and seeing an opportunity for what it is. You deserve another chance. Why are you the only one who doesn't see that?"
-I Had Him - A Daughter's Story