I can honestly say this is one of those stories that wouldn't go away, and in 2009, it was released by Sapphire Blue Publishing. When SBP shut its doors in 2011, I'd already written the next two books. Book two was released, but book three hadn't. The books were returned to me, and I re-titled them, did edits and released through another publisher, but they didn't seem to get noticed.
Last year, I received the rights back to all three again. Perhaps the third time is the charm. I'll be re-releasing all three this year, because in large part I really want to write book 4. Chance Monroe is a pretty personal character to me. She belongs to a time when my daughter had just been born, and I wrote it before 9/11 happened and when I lived in the beautiful Northern Virginia. So much of the love Chance feels for her home I experienced while living there.
So if you haven't checked out this series before, I invite you to take a ride with Chance and I. We're not bad drivers, I think you might even enjoy the view!
He’s supposed to be dead, but he's killing again...
Nearly a decade ago, hedge witch Chance Monroe’s life irrevocably changed. She survived the attack of a serial killer. His death should have set her free.
When her ex-lover shows up on her porch, Chance isn’t ready to hear Randall Oakes is still alive and less prepared for the sea of emotion swamping her. One man wants her dead and the other just wants her. When the FBI offers protective custody, Chance refuses. Connected to the earth, Chance must rely on her supernatural senses and her wits to survive this game of cat and mouse.
In the farm rich countryside of her native Northern Virginia, Chance confronts her troubled past, a supernatural adversary and a sizzling passion that’s lain dormant for years….
This time, she will teach her hunter a lesson: earth witches aren’t easy targets…
Urban fantasy. Previously published as Prime Evil, but has undergone significant rewrite and editing.