Ghosts of July
For fans of the Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a new series about ancient evils that go bump in the night and a girl who isn’t afraid to put them in their place.
July’s a recent transplant to the sleepy, creepy little town of Shades, Wyoming and finds herself on a crash course to the paranormal when the newly dead begin wandering the streets in search of answers…and only she can see them.
Only Renn Hollingsworth, half-Shoshone and all trouble, believes her and holds what may be the key to saving not only themselves, but Shades as well.
It’s an ancient society that guards the length of the Continental Divide, the source of all creation in the myths of many Native American tribes. An old-boys’ club that doesn’t welcome outsiders, July’s about to show them what a little girl from Denver can do when it comes to protecting the ones she loves.
Fall Into Fire
On her own under council training, July comes face to face with a new evil. A vindictive, vicious spirit known as Red-Woman has been set loose and uses her uncanny ability to incite jealousy in the group and nearly causes its undoing. Renn returns and together, he and July will have to face the truth of where he comes from and where she’s going.
The second in the Shamans of the Divide series, Fall into Fire continues the story of July Henry. She’s caught up in the dealings of an ancient society that guards the length of the Continental Divide, the source of all creation in the myths of many Native American tribes. An old-boys’ club that doesn’t welcome outsiders, July’s proving what a little girl from Denver can do when it comes to protecting the ones she loves.
Shamans of the Divide is a an exciting paranormal series steeped in the Native American folklore of the American West. Part Supernatural, part Buffy the Vampire Slayer, it’s heroine, July Henry, is all about showing the higher ups what a little girl with some big ideas can do.
Renn’s missing inside the Divide and hell has broken loose.
July, Asha and Skye, along with a new generation of Council members, have uncovered that a rash of recent violent activity is linked to an opening in the Divide–a deliberate opening.
Someone inside the group is seeking power and immortality far beyond what the Council can handle and they must act quickly to bind the evil, and the Betrayer, back into the spirit realm.
As the Betrayer gets stronger, their chances of saving Renn and saving the day grow smaller. Can the power be contained? And will the costs be worth it in the end?
Curse of the Thunderbird
Asha Sevenstars is searching for answers.
On the trail of her guardian’s killer, she has her work cut out for her as she searches for the destructive spirit known as Red-Woman.
The trail runs cold in Hitch Falls, South Dakota and Asha finds herself caught in the middle of war between an ancient evil and the town’s new savior–an even older spirit known as the Thunderbird.
But the more she learns about the Thunderbird, and the mysterious boy with dark eyes who disappears every few days, the more answers she needs.
Is Micah somehow connected to the violent deaths plaguing Hitch Falls?
And will Asha have to give up her own quest for vengeance to help a town full of strangers and boy who may, or may not be, on the wrong side of the Spirit war waging up and down the Divide?