An A.L.P. Legacy Novel – Book 1
A fatal judgment call from the past comes back to haunt the now prestigious Detective Savannah Flowers, unmasking long-forgotten memories, and quickly realizing her deadliest enemy may be someone closest to her.
An event from fifteen years ago pushed Savannah to pursue a career as a homicide detective. A current case now stirs that horrific night to the surface, with all mounting evidence pointing it has something to do with her. Teetering solely on intuition, she pushes to uncover answers to the multitude of questions still lingering.
Her unknown saving grace is Greek demigod, Leonidas Laskos, who has been protecting her from afar for his own selfish reasons, staying out of view, knowing the grave consequences to be handed down by Michael the Archangel if he dares involve himself and mistakenly helps Savannah remember who she truly is.
Paranormal Romance Fantasy
An A.L.P. Legacy Novel – Book 2
How do you dream jump into a comatose person, kill the demon residing within, and get out alive? Ask your dead brother for help.
In Book 2, some of your favorite characters from Book 1: The Sword of Reckoning are back in a new adventure. Newest members of A.L.P. are introduced with the same high-riding flair.
Detective Brian Deeds’ animosity toward his deceased dad continues to eat him up. The only thing keeping him in check is the assigned case of missing twins. Plus the fact he needs to monitor his newest partner and gauge her initiation reaction to A.L.P. Something he’s not looking forward to.
Sophie Dracopoulos is a hopeless romantic… well, in dreamland, that is. In real life, she’s a nervous wreck. Her new partner is trying his best to make her feel welcomed, but she can’t help feeling that he’s also hiding something. Plus, her dead brother can’t keep out of her business.
As a Greek demigod, Alky Helios has seen enough tragedy, fought in many wars with demons, vampires, you name it. Stayed clear from relationships because his duties and commitment was to A.L.P. Until Sophie Dracopoulos unwillingly drew him into her dreams one night and never stopped.