Having grown up in a harem as the favourite, if not dutiful, daughter of the ruling Godling, Airsha knew what it was for a powerful man to have more than one wife. But for her to have more than one husband, when she would have preferred none at all, felt like just one more way her fate was being taken over by a vengeful goddess.

Rescued by four legendary airling trainers when she escapes the harem, Airsha finds herself drawn into an uprising that has rebels planning to replace the Godling with the Goddess' Chosen One: Airsha herself.

But having hidden her magic to avoid being castrated, sneaked out of the harem dressed as her twin brother to learn to fight, refused to become her father's human sacrifice, and broken society's rules by falling in love with not just one unsuitable man but four, Airsha was never going to willingly follow the destiny someone else laid out for her. Not even if that someone was the Goddess of all Creation.


Airsha was a strong woman. But being pregnant, raising an airling army, keeping her four husbands happy, dealing with a rude and surly teenage girl who is vying for the attentions of one of her husbands, and having her nasty twin brother arrive on the scene to cause more havoc, is just more than any woman should be expected to deal with.

But Airsha isn't just any strong woman, she'd the Goddess' Chosen One. The one the prophesies said would bring magic to all. So she will raise her army, become a mother, love her husbands and do whatever is necessary, including manipulating elements in ways never done before, to end the war that is ravaging the known world.


How do you capture an all-powerful incarnated Goddess? You steal her memories so she thinks she's no one special. But even without knowing who she is, Airsha continues to play her part by finding a new love and turning an enemy into a valuable supporter of the Goddess' cause.

As the war intensifies and the final battle approaches, a lover will die and the world will be set ablaze. Only the unwavering support of the Airluds and the loyalty of two young airling troopers can help Airsha overcome her greatest challenges yet. But even they may not be enough against nightmares that never end.

In the final exciting conclusion to the Airluds Trilogy, the rebellious boy/girl, who grew into a powerful woman, wife and mother, reaches for her ultimate goal: a world in which the Goddess of All Creation is finally Unbound and magic is the birthright of all.


Flea wasn’t sure what was worse, that the Goddess of All Creation wanted her to save the world from a primordial evil about to be released from the underworld, or that She’d decreed Flea must forge a loving bond with four magical sons to do it.

Not that she didn’t think she was brave enough. She was. But she only had her mind-reading magic and some fighting skills to call on. How either could help her against a creature without a mind or a body, she didn’t know.

Then there was the idea of marrying four strangers... all right, three strangers and her best friend, Zem. Flea didn’t even like sex! Being raped at fourteen can do that to a girl. And if she could manage the marriage bed, there was even worse to consider—finding a way to love them all and get them to love her. After all, she wasn’t Airsha. She wasn’t a compassionate, caring and lovable person. She barely knew what love was. And this was one situation she couldn’t con her way out of, or through.


Flea has changed her name to Flame. That’s the easy part.

She’s been kidnapped by Devourer Priests and lost in a nightmare created by one of her prospective husbands, all while trying to find the key to the underworld before a primordial monster devourers the world. That’s the hard part.

The impossible part? Finding a way to get four very different, very sexy men to play nice together so they can become part of her harem and The Five, and save the world from the aforementioned primordial monster.

But this fiery-haired warrior woman doesn’t believe anything is impossible now. Find out if she’s right!


They’d found the key that would return the newly released Devourer back to the underworld. They’d forged a bond of love and respect between five powerful but very different mages. They’d even begun to explore the incredible powers that bond has given them, which would help them defeat the primordial evil intent on drowning the world in another global flood.

What they didn’t seem to be able to do was keep that hastily formed bond from unravelling and undermining everything they’d achieved. And not even the Goddess of All Creation could tell Flame if she’d survive long enough to enjoy the love of four very attractive men. That was the problem with being a Champion of the Goddess- no job security!


In Ancient Rome four young slave-gladiators—bred to be the best and nick-named the Wolf Pack—form a forbidden bond with the daughter of their owner. Across the length and breadth of the empire they will find and claim her as their own, letting nothing stand in their way.

Ennia is the name her patrician birth assigned her. Cassius is the name her father’s physician gave her when she dressed as a slave boy to train under him. But Accalia, the she-wolf, is the name she gave herself. And it is Accalia who falls in love with not one but four young men society deemed the lowest of the low.

Follow their adventures in the Gladiator series:


Typhon is a volatile and over-sensitive youth who struggles with his place in the world. Having been born to a tiny oriental slave, who was raped by a warrior and died in childbirth, he found himself fostered, not born, into his master’s elite breeding program. Considering himself undeserving of his placement among the carefully bred slaves meant for the arena, he fights every day to prove himself fit for a place in the barracks and the Wolf Pack.

When he attracts the lecherous attention of a murderous madman, Typhon must fight for his life and trust a mysterious young girl with thundercloud eyes and healing hands.


Asterius looks like an eighteen-year-old Greek god and has the charm and easy confidence to go with it. But he fears he can’t be trusted where women are concerned, and most definitely not when it comes to the girl he’s loved from afar for five long years.

When Accalia is to be secretly married off to an enemy against her will, it falls to Asterius to save her. He must race to the very edge of the empire to alert her father and then return to whisk her away from the threat and into hiding, all the while facing his worst nightmare and greatest fantasy come true: being alone with his little mistress. While they masquerade as man and wife, he must keep her safe from all the dangers that threaten her, including the most perilous of all—himself.