“The Other Human Species 1: The Source of Magic”
When Elliot Rivers, a Homo Sapiens, becomes friends with Barve, a Nean (Neanderthal) on their first day at university he has no idea of the conflict and fury it will cause among the students and staff, as well as within his family. To make matters more difficult, Barve’s argumentative brother, Farlden, hates Elliot.
Elliot and Farlden both possess the rare gift of magic. The discovery that it becomes stronger when they combine their abilities creates a connection between them and, against their will, it draws them closer together, slowly changing animosity to something far more dangerous.
The Nean brothers are keeping an extraordinary secret, though, one that could shatter their complex relationships with Elliot and change all their lives.
Amazon reviewers said “I love this book and have great expectations for the series” and “Engaging characters and an interesting, original storyline drew me in. I was so into the book that I was caught off guard when the end came, I so wasn’t ready for it to end. I am now in desperate need of the next book in the series.”
Book 1 of the Human Hybrids trilogy: “Coexistence”
Jaspal ‘Pal’ Khatri is nearly killed and forced to leave his werewolf pack in Oxford, England when the local HyCO group leads a mob of anti-hybrid rioters against them. He travels to the Highlands of Scotland for a fresh start and meets Brand, a werewolf still grieving after the murder of his lover, Kye, a year ago. He and Brand discover a dead vampire and Pal is suddenly in the nightmare situation of being accused of the murder. There is a link between this death and that of Kye and Brand works for another branch of HyCO so, to prove his innocence, Pal must join the organisation he hates and try to ignore his growing attraction to Brand as they work to uncover the real killer. Can they solve the case in time or will they become the murderer’s next victims?
Reviews of “Coexistence”
‘Very well written with a good plot and interesting characters’ – Annette Gisby, author of “The Chosen”
Amazon reviewers said “The storyline hooked me from the beginning. I was unable to put in down and read it in one night” and “If you like action packed fast paced paranormal/romance this is the book for you.”
“Blood and Choice”
Book 2 of Human Hybrids trilogy: “Blood and Choice”
Years ago Liam faced the destruction of his village in Ireland by wendigoes who murdered nearly everyone in his life. Now, working in Invercade HyCO, the only person he has left is his best friend Tig. The two of them kill a wendigo who has been living and working in the city for years and begin to unravel a plot by the creatures that could be more dangerous than anything they have experienced so far.
When Tig starts dating someone else Liam realises he is in love with him and their friendship begins to fall apart. Liam thinks his life can’t get much worse but wendigoes always find a way to prove him wrong and before long both their lives are in mortal danger.
Reviews of “Blood and Choice”
Amazon reviewers said “the story was gripping from beginning to end” and “there’s so many threats and danger around especially with another war on the horizon … Definitely need to get the last book to see how the plot unfolds. Who will survive and who will die? Suspense is killing me…“
Book 3 of the Human Hybrids trilogy: “Deadly Times”
The war with the cannibal wendigoes reaches its explosive climax in the last part of the trilogy.
Theo has a secret agenda when he joins the Invercade HyCO but which side is he working for? Daelin is suspicious of him but how much of that is due to Theo reminding him of the lover who nearly wrecked his life?
With sabotage from within the group and devastating battles being fought, the HyCO officers must face their worst fears in a war that not everyone will survive.
Reviews of “Deadly Times”
An Amazon reviewer said, “Nice ending to a really good trilogy. I loved this. Every story from the first book to the last was suspenseful and action packed with some really good romance to boot“.
“The Perfect Role”
Peter is still reeling from the pain of his ex-wife’s affair and their subsequent divorce. As he takes on a new acting job, all he is concerned about is spending as much time as he can with his children. He is certainly not expecting to fall for charismatic actor, Alex, who is twelve years younger than him – not when his friends and family don’t even know that he’s bisexual.
Alex is hiding problems of his own, but this is his first major acting role and he is desperate to do well. His kind, sophisticated co-star, Peter, is a reassuring presence who increasingly captures his heart, but how will their changing relationship affect their job?
With everything to lose and those closest to them against the relationship, will their love survive everything that is trying to rip them apart?
An Amazon reviewer said: “Alex and Peter have many struggles to get through in their search for a happy ending, and there are a couple of characters in this book who are just horrible people. The main couple never waver though. They are good men who are hoping for love. Each is willing to sacrifice a chance at happiness for the good of Peter’s children, and they smile as their hearts break. I just love them both.”