Alison Stark is a retired demon hunter. Reverend Kyle Ellis is trying to save a little girl and a whole town from a demon infestation. Together, they try to rid the town of an ancient evil, but they may pay the ultimate price.
There is more to Foxworth House than dirty towels. Lacey Marshall hates flying and drives whenever she needs to take a trip. Once a year she drives from a work convention in Las Vegas to her home in Denver, CO. She’s never had trouble with the drive until this year when Lacey is caught in a freak snowstorm. The storm forces Lacey to stop and spend the night in a creepy bed-and-breakfast on a lonely road in the middle of the desert. Her room is dirty, the towels are moldy, and the clerk was rude, but Lacey has no other choice. There’s more to this bed-and-breakfast than just bad service. The bed-and-breakfast has a horrifying secret. One that reveals itself to Lacey after she checks into her room and that secret will change her life forever.
Every family holds a secret. In this house, that secret could kill you. Lily Evans lives in poverty with a roommate she despises and no hope for the future until a letter arrives in the mail that could change her life. A man named Michael Carlton has offered Lily the position of housekeeper inside his mansion situated at the outer edge of the famous Pinelands in New Jersey. After the interview, Lily’s instincts sound the alarm bells about the strange house and its owner. She doesn’t listen to her gut and promptly moves into the gardener’s cottage behind the mansion desperate for a new lease on life. When Lily spots movement inside the second-floor window of the mansion, she quickly discovers the reclusive owner is hiding a horrifying secret and if Lily isn’t careful, she might become another victim of Carlton House.
Claire Westcott recently inherited a house from her estranged grandmother—Rose. A house she didn't know still existed. A house with a deadly secret. Deciding she needs a fresh start, Claire travels to Lingate, North Carolina to move into the house and learn more about her family history including the brother she barely remembers. After Claire moves in she starts seeing her brother. That's great... except her younger brother —David—drowned in the river behind the house when he was three years old. Or did he? For twenty-three years, Claire lived with the knowledge that her parents died in a tragic car crash, where she and brother are sent to live with Rose. Then another tragedy struck when David drowned in the river behind the house, Rose went mad and sent Claire to live with other family members. David's appearance releases the memories of what really happened when Claire and David lived at Kinsey House. As Claire races to uncover her past, the truth becomes a terrifying nightmare.
A small town rocked by tragedy. Two people shattered by a horrific past. What drove Margo to kill? A sinister secret turns deadly. Female mass shooters are very rare. In fact, they are so rare no significant studies have ever explored a female mass shooter. On March 20, 2005, Margaret Elise Ryan went on a rampage in her school, killing 5 students, and injuring 10 others. Why? There are never easy answers. Her sister, Gabrielle Ryan, witnessed not only her sister's killing spree but ultimate suicide. 10 years later Gabrielle returns to the fictional town of Seven Hills, New Jersey, not only to put Margo to rest but to find the answers after reading Margo's diary. Dean Walker was one of Margo's victims. His best friend—dead—by her hands. He has held resentment and anger towards the Ryan family ever since that day. Not only that, he was about to speak to the girl of his dreams when the shooting happened. The girl of his dreams was none other than Gabrielle Ryan. Can Dean find it in his heart to forgive Gabby and her family for what Margo did to him?
A mysterious mirror found deep in the forest of Leon’s Crossing, WA. A deal no one can resist. A mysterious mirror found deep in the forest of Leon’s Crossing, WA. A deal no one can resist. In book one of the Mirror In The Forest Trilogy, I discover The Spirit of the Mirror can help give me all that I’ve ever wished for, but with any deal, there’s always a price. In the meantime, I happen to meet the young sheriff of Leon’s Crossing and eventually fall in love with him. I keep the Spirit of the Mirror a secret from my friends and family and little did I know it would affect them in more ways than one.
This trilogy is three books of how making a deal with a demon affected not only my life but the lives of the small mountain town. Years will pass, and the fight for my life becomes a test of strength, love, loss, forgiveness, and sacrifice.