Graces-verse

Eyelids of the Dawn
biblical fantasy
Rating: tweens and up
Length: ~7,500 words / ~28 pages
A monster boards the ark and begins killing animals. The daughters-in-law of Noah must use the skills inherited from their Nephilim ancestors to find it and save their family—and the future of all humanity.

Undamned (Morcant Apcarne short #1)
dark fantasy / horror
Rating: adult
Length: ~28,000 words / ~98 pages
The long, bloody history of a monster who became a vampire . . . who became a man called Morcant Apcarne.

Bemuse (Morcant Apcarne short #2)
contemporary fantasy / romance
Rating: teens and up
Length: ~6,800 words / ~26 pages
A young doctor, Thalia Saga, meets a worn-out dockworker on the subway one night. He’s far more than he appears, but then so is she.

A Lion’s Pride (Morcant Apcarne short #3)
contemporary fantasy
Rating: tweens and up
Length: ~6,200 words / ~24 pages
A desperate teenage vampire named Martin Quinn finds help from unlikely sources—and unknowingly binds his life to the Apcarne family forever.

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Love Me (Taken Graces book 1)
contemporary fantasy
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A young priest is attacked and changed by a vampire named Heinrich Wagner. Heinrich hasn’t found a way to be both a good man and a vampire. He thinks perhaps a priest can show him the way—by example.

Feed Me (Taken Graces book 2)
contemporary fantasy
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Vampire Heinrich Wagner’s search for redemption leads him to kidnap and imprison a young man named Elijah Steward. His friend Elijah is no ordinary man, and isn’t it a lesser evil to victimize one person than many?

Cure Me (Taken Graces book 3)
contemporary fantasy
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Desperately sick of his own evil, Heinrich Wagner seeks a cure for his vampirism. He meets a man with a remarkable power, one who also seeks a cure for what he is. With his help, perhaps Heinrich can finally defy his own essence and be the man he wants to be.