The 50’s were filled with change, optimism, and social turmoil. This novella follows a young male named Brian in the mid 1950’s who travels across America seeking exposure, adventure, and opportunity. As the world was beginning to adapt to post World War II America, many people felt themselves disenfranchised of the various opportunities available at the time. Brian tries to become self aware of the world through his own eyes, and escape the life of his dogmatic father.
Some of the themes in this book include self-discovery, increase in personal wealth, mass consumption, war, immigration, and racism to name a few. The book follows a linear plot line while using secondary characters to support and give context to the story.
The Stone Knight is a short story surrounding the razing of Middleborough by Elves on a Warpath. Bromwell, a procrastinating half dwarf, will find purpose in the chaos. He and Ki’Mel, a bookish Elf with dreams of becoming a Mage will test their new found mettle against one another.
Caderyn is on a mission. To design a fairy tale garden for a little girl and put her company, Secret Gardens on the map! She does not have time for romance, and she does not believe in fairy tales.
But, fate has a mind of its own…
An ancient race is in need of a savior, and it has chosen Caderyn. In the blink of an eye, she is thrown into the world of the Fae. It is a race against time to save the Fae King, and release him from five hundred years of imprisonment. Beautiful dreams turn to nightmares, as she becomes hunted by the Shadows who enslaved the King.
An evil alliance are determined to destroy the Fae, and enslave humanity. The destiny of all is in the hands of a woman who has to let go of reality and trust in her heart.
Caderyn learns that fairy tales do come true, just not always the way you expect.
To escape the war in her underwater kingdom, the noble daughter of a murdered king must flee to Alaska. Doing all she can to keep her younger sisters safe, Aazuria tries to assimilate and work among the Americans, with her feisty red-haired bodyguard at her side. This refuge holds pleasant surprises, for the princess meets a somber gentleman in a dark corner who promises to show her his world. Trevain Murphy is a successful crab fisherman who has spent his life building an empire above the sea, but knows nothing of the greater empire beneath the surface. When a graceful dancer captures his attention, he becomes fascinated with her old-fashioned speech and unique mannerisms. Learning that her father has recently died, he cannot resist extending his kindness in offering to guide and protect her. As it becomes clear that the dark-haired woman is much more than she seems, Trevain is unprepared to uncover the staggering secrets behind her innocent facade. Neither the captain nor the princess can imagine that their lives will become forcibly entwined as a common enemy threatens both of their worlds…
This riveting fantasy adventure emphasizes the triumph of good over evil in a young prince’s journey of enlightenment and growth into the responsibilities of manhood. In the Empire of the Seven Kingdoms, the forces of evil test the faith of the royal bloodline in the peaceful city of La Ataviada. The warlock Eduen conspires with the evil King Jonaed to oppressively rule his subjects after winning a battle for the Seven Kingdoms. The surviving soldiers and generals of the Empire, loyal to the fallen King Alexis, hide in waiting for the day their Redeemer comes to lead them to victory. The plot revolves around young Prince Eli, Jhaveh’s chosen Redeemer, and his adopted brother Liam, as they journey from Paradise through many mystical lands, learning valuable lessons and skills along the way. With the help of Rolsta, Prince Eli’s winged lion, legions of angel warriors and the elusive Princess of the Waters, Eli and his soldiers victoriously reclaim La Ataviada and the Empire.
A brand new fast-paced romantic suspense from New York Times Bestselling Author Dana Marton. Fans of Linda Howard and Catherine Coulter will love this tightly plotted suspense that’s intricately interwoven with a touching romance.
–Deathblow begins at Mach 2 with a heart-stopping plunge off a bridge while the hero is handcuffed in the back of a police cruiser. Then, it gets complicated.
Joe and Wendy are a “movie of the week” couple – a football hero turned small town cop, and a single mom – tossed together with a lot of sex appeal and charisma. Dana Marton takes these basic components for a happy-ever-after and turns the story on its head. Hiding out in Broslin, PA was working pretty well for Wendy Belle until Cop Casanova took her under his protection. While Joe is trying to find and corral Wendy’s wild-cannon, abusive ex-boyfriend, he’s also working undercover to expose a dirty cop. And he’s hunting the murderer of an old friend. Not only are these three threads intertwined, each one leads to other mysteries that also weave in and out of the main stories.
Deathblow, the latest entry in Dana Marton’s Broslin Series, is impressive twice over – the mystery/suspense is marvelously complex while the romance is funny, endearing, and rich.