Life in the Palace (Book 1)
“We need to talk,” Tal said. Then I knew it was going to go badly. ‘We need to talk’ is the conversational equivalent of walking into your basement without turning on the light, on a dark and stormy night, when a known psychopath is on the loose. You might as well cut to the chase and slit your own throat.
Chloe Diaz assumed three things: that when Tal said that she was one of The People sent from heaven to maintain the cosmic balance, it was code for ‘I’m a pamphlet distributing, incense burning, religious weirdo;’ that the gorgeous Seth Wilks would never be her soul mate and that she’d never have to choose between them. Chloe was wrong.
Now the future of the world is in her hands, but what if price is too great to pay?
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To Call Your Name (Book 2)
Chloe gave up Seth to save the world ….. and his soul. Now all she has to do to become one of the People is to complete a Quest she doesn’t understand, to find a mythical object she can’t see, in a realm she can’t access.
Seth left town to escape the ghosts of his past and the love he can’t forget. But the one thing that will set him free is the only thing he can’t bring himself to do.
To Call Your Name is the heart-stopping sequel to Life in the Palace.
Sing a New Song; Jen’s Story (Book 1.5)
“Anyone can be popular as long as they have friends that they don’t like.”
Jen Stef knows what she wants out of life…….. to make herself the most popular Freshman on campus, proving that popularity means nothing.
She doesn’t plan to embrace her heritage as one of The People. Or access higher spiritual realms to save the world. She left all that ‘sent from heaven to maintain the cosmic balance’ stuff behind when she stopped going to camp. Let someone else explore their ethnic heritage, Jen’s busy exploring the finer points of the delectable Sven Ivers.
But when Jen makes friends with the uber-cool Chloe Diaz, she discovers that destiny is hard to avoid.
Sing a New Song is a companion novel to the Palace saga, telling Jen’s story and spanning the time period between Life in the Palace and To Call Your Name. It can be read as a standalone novel but contains minor spoilers for To Call Your Name (and major spoilers for Life in the Palace.)
Chloe risked her life and her love to enter the Palace. With Seth lost, seemingly forever, Chloe is determined to fight the forces of the Adversary. But with evil lurking in unexpected places, will Chloe have the strength to defeat the darkness?
Seth will do anything to get Chloe back, even leave the world behind. As he finds his way in the Palace, he discovers that the battle is played on many levels. To win the battle, he might risk the prize.
But if Seth becomes the man she needs, will Chloe still be waiting?