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I write YA science fiction and paranormal romance. Currently I have two books out with a schedule for at least 6 more before 2019!


At Night's End
McCaid Dobbins and her sister Darcy have training in a variety of skills from mixed martial arts to basic survival skills. After the death of their mother, they're father decided they needed to be prepared for anything that could happen. Neither of them believed some great apocalyptic event would occur, but they liked knowing they could survive just in case.

Victor Dobbins is an eccentric genius in the biomedical field. He created the cure for cancer after his wife was diagnosed, but he was too late to save her. When she died, he made it his mission to ensure the girls would never be unprepared for anything again. When the government contacted him to create a new vaccine against the flu,  he didn't think anything about it. It was a part of his job.


After there was a reaction between the new vaccine and one given out ten years ago, society has gone into panic. The CDC has mandated Martial Law, when they start to worry the virus is contagious. McCaid, Darcy and their friends must now use their skills to survive. Without their Dad, can they figure out how to save themselves and the country before it's too late?


Falling The Soul Collectors Series Book 1

     An earthquake is coming, soon. A small town in Kentucky is set to be destroyed. Bayla, Heaven's Soul Collector, has been given two tasks; make sure the earthquake happens according to plan, and also make certain Gray Ellison, a teenaged human, survives. Bayla has a perfect record for completing missions; so, when another angel is added into the mix, she begins to question the Head Council's faith in her. Just as she is getting used to working with Hadraniel, her unasked for back-up, she has to face another hurdle. When Declan shows up with the mission to make sure Gray doesn't survive the earthquake, he starts to challenge all of Bayla's beliefs and plans. Declan isn't your typical demon. He's gorgeous and arrogant, but there's something about him that Bayla can't quite put her finger on. Declan's presence threatens the mission to save Gray, and Bayla herself. Will she be able to complete her assigned mission successfully despite these new obstacles, or will Gray be lost to Hell forever?

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