This book..actually works, and lives up to what it promises. It prompts you to think about the society you are creating, to get a sense of the values of the people, and from there devise customs, technology and more. Excellent resource I will use over and over. – Evelyn Puerto
This was a light but thought-provoking and interesting read. Packed with information and things you want to ask yourself when you write your next fiction book. Wherever you are in the process of writing, you’ll want to read this book. –Amazon Review
The salvation of humans and dragons lies within a convicted murderer.
Dragonshifter Kesia Ironfire has one goal—to redeem her past by serving the cruel dragon Pinnacle as a soldier in the dragon-human war.
Until she learns her crime might not be real.
And the war might not be either.
A steampunk fantasy adventure with a side of snark and quirky romance.
Lawless is a tightly woven tale of dragons, political intrigue, and romance, with two sexy male leads, a competent but vulnerable heroine, and all the Steampunk and Dragons you could desire. The story starts off with a literal explosion and never stops moving. On the way we’re introduced to an intriguing world and a story that satisfies but hints at more to come. Definitely recommended.
–H.L. Burke, award-winning author of the Nyssa Glass steampunk series and The Dragon and the Scholar series
Enter the world of Blood Mercy, where vampirism is a choice, blood is an addiction, and cursed immortals tread the line between good and evil…
As someone who isn’t a vampire fan (mostly due to popular shiny vampire lore), I had reservations about reading a post-classical take on vampirism in the 21st century. I was pleasantly surprised. –Amazon Review
This book, and its portrayal of vampires, had me incredibly impressed. –Amazon Review
I appreciate the medical take on vampirism, as I’m not a fan of vampires on the whole. This read much more like a sci-fi without the gore that vampire stories usually love to splatter throughout the plot. –Amazon Review