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Something New

Seventeen-year-old Ria Gabriel always maintains control. Her life is predictable and organized, just the way she likes it, but receiving a gift from a mysterious stranger  turns her life into a living nightmare. 

Her once orderly days plunge into chaos when she begins to see haunting blue eyes in her mirror and hear a voice pleading for her help. Ria is haunted by visions of a girl, begging for release from her tormented past, but the more she sees, the more she questions the spirit’s real motivation as the vengeful apparition reaches into Ria’s very reality.  As her life of order explodes, she doesn’t know how to appease the spirit, and the more she denies the ghostly girl, the more the girl’s torture becomes Ria’s own. 

The Omni Duology


They will risk everything, even challenging the all-seeing eye of the Omni government. But will the prize be worth the cost? Seventeen-year-old Pierce is a Drudge, the lowest social stratum in society. For over two years, he’s hoped—prayed—that his upcoming aptitude test will finally free him from his virtual slavery and give him a chance at a better existence. When he rescues Harmony, an Artist and member of the most successful stratum, his life takes an unbelievable twist. With his gallant act and good looks, he becomes a media sensation. Every stratum in society seeks his membership for their publicity, but as he becomes closer to Harmony, Pierce realizes what fame in Omni is truly like. His choices will not only affect him but Harmony as well. The life Pierce thought he wanted may not be worth the cost to either of them.


In the sequel to the young adult dystopian novel, Omni, one young couple will do anything to stay together, and one man will do anything to control them.

After barely escaping death in Omni, eighteen-year-old Pierce has left behind his place in the Artist stratum in exchange for sanctuary with his family. However, when Harmony goes missing, he can’t help but think it’s just another ploy of the Omni government to force him to return.

With Harmony on her own, the two must find a way back to each other while battling against the full might of the government, but one powerful official is determined to keep them apart. Bent on revenge, Pelagic will stop at nothing to expose the secret of Pierce’s parentage.

The Vivid Trilogy


Sixteen-year-old Vivian Cartwright fears her power and its connection to her mother’s murder.

Vivian only wants a normal life, a chance to graduate high school, hang out with her friend Abby, and find a cute boy to break her heart.  However, her extraordinary abilities leave her feeling like a mutant supervillain instead of a normal teenager. From electricity to brain waves, Vivian can control energy, but after watching her mother die at the hands of a mysterious man who seemed to be seeking her for those abilities, she has kept her power a secret from everyone except her guardian, Charlotte, who has hidden both Vivian and her paranormal gift.

Tucked away in a small town, Vivian and her secret are safe until she defends herself at school using her power. After this first use of her gift in many years, Vivian’s power seems to take on a mind of its own, drawing her inexplicably to Easton, a new boy in her school, while giving her dreams of her mother’s death and the man associated with it.

In her desire to unlock her past, Vivian is forced to use her supernatural gift over and over. With each use, Vivian fears she is losing control and discovers her powers are growing—maybe too much—bringing her unknowingly closer to her mother’s murderer.


In this exciting sequel to Vivid, seventeen-year-old Vivian Cartwright must face the past she can’t outrun.

After Charlotte is killed by the same mysterious man who caused her mother’s death, Vivian flees to protect Abby and Easton, knowing that if she stays, Hoyt will return. Vowing to find the father she’s never seen, she spends months on the road, trying to move on with her lonely life and the gift she never wanted while searching for answers to why she has been cursed with her power.

Vivian’s running doesn’t diminish the uncanny, paranormal bond between Easton and her. This connection literally brings him walking through the door of the diner where Vivian works, but their bittersweet reunion is short-lived when Hoyt, her black-eyed nemesis, kidnaps Abby and Cooper.

Hoyt gives Vivian no alternative; she must join his secret organization to keep her friends alive, but she is only one of several gifted teenagers belonging to a corrupt group called the Liaisons. Through Hoyt’s training, she discovers she has more abilities than she ever dreamed. She joins with Wyck, a sinfully handsome twin and computer genius. Together, she and her unlikely ally discover the truth about the organization and its strange connection to her family. However, unlocking the secrets behind the lies will lead to the biggest betrayal of all.


She will finally learn the truth, but it will change everything.

After barely escaping the Liaisons’ facility with their lives, Vivian Cartwright and her friends are on the run. Vivian is determined to find her long-lost father armed with the clues she stole from her uncle’s twisted mind.

But before she can begin her quest, she must help Wyck locate his mother. The journey brings them closer than ever and creates growing tension between Wyck and Easton, making Vivian more and more confused about her feelings for them.

In this shocking conclusion of The Vivid Trilogy, Vivian comes face to face with a surprising twist that turns her world upside-down.