Winner - Suspense / Thriller, 2016 New Apple Annual BookAwards for Excellence in Independent Publishing.
Finalist, Fiction - Paranormal, Readers Favorite 2016 International Book Awards
Nominated for, AusRom TodayReaders Choice Awards, 2016 Book of the Year
Nominated for, AusRom Today, Readers Choice Awards, 2016 Cover of the Year
AusRom Today's January 2016 top-twenty list of "Lust-HaveSci-Fi, Paranormal, and Fantasy Novelists.
The Romance Reviews, 5 Star Top Pick
"...the perfect culmination of paranormal mystery with steamy and sensual romance and just enough suspense and intrigue to guarantee a chilling, goosebump-invoking, story line... The Seer's Daughter would be a brilliant option for adaption to screen--there's a television series/movie in here for absolute certain." AusRom Today
"...as chilling as it is sexy... This is much more than a romance." The Romance Reviews, 5 stars Top Pick
For her, he'll break all the rules...
Upon returning to her hometown for her grandmother's funeral, Sage Matthews is terrorized by a series of strange events. She dismisses each eerie occurrence as a by-product of her overwrought emotional state, until it becomes chillingly clear that something not of this world is desperate to get a message--or is it a warning?--through to her...
Detective Sergeant Ethan Blade comes to Cryton, South Australia, to catch a serial killer. When Ethan meets Sage--the latest victim's beautiful granddaughter--his attraction to her is explosive and inconvenient. He knows she's not crazy, but Sage's theory about the murders is unbelievable.
With the handsome detective rejecting her ideas, Sage embarks on the supernatural journey that her grandmother started. What she discovers shatters everything Sage ever knew about herself--and who she really is.
Ethan's routine case quickly turns personal when he discovers Sage is the killer's next target. For her, he'll break all the rules and cross every line. But how can he protect Sage from an evil he cannot even conceive of?
To save her, he must let go of everything he ever believed.