Valkyries Rising #1
I’ve spent my entire life preparing to face a series of prophecies about me.
The thing about training to be a badass, it doesn’t leave time for much else. When I meet Zeke, my counterpart, my prophetic equal, and the man I’m supposed to kill or be killed by, he’s been living his best life.
And he’s happy to teach me about just having fun… loving… actually living, rather than trying to kill me.
I’m torn between the new life Zeke offers, and the security I know I need from Davyn, the berserker who’s been my guardian longer than not. The bear shifter I’m thinking more and more non-badass thoughts about as time goes on. Inappropriate thoughts. Sexy thoughts.
But the prophecies don’t give a crap who or what I want, and ignoring my destiny in favor of my heart may be tempting, but it won’t keep me alive. And it certainly won’t stop the gods I’m meant to defeat from bringing about the end of the world.
Valkyries Rising #2
As the god of war and bringer of order and justice I can have anything. Except one mortal woman.
I came to Astrid’s prayer for justice. Why, I didn’t know. I should have left after that, but I didn’t. Something about the mortal woman lured me like no other had. It was wrong, I knew that. I should have allowed her to live out her short years as they were intended.
Yet, not even I am a match for a yearning heart.
From shared drinking horns to unforgettable nights, I am determined to bring her the honor she deserves, just as she has sworn to shield me from the horrors of the world. But when trouble amongst the gods stirs, Astrid may just pay the price for my transgressions.
And the price for spilling the blood of my valkyrie, is one too steep for any god.
Valkyries Rising #3
The world needs saving, and my magic can help. Too bad I have no memory of this power.
I have everything I could want: a loving father, my just best friend Diego, and our family mountain retreat where lost souls come to find themselves. And yet, I find myself feeling like there’s something missing.
When a scarred, weary warrior with a missing hand, looks that could kill and melt my insides, and an air of familiarity rolls up, I begin to wonder if it’s not him who is lost, but me.
Fighting the way Diego’s smiles sends my heart skittering, and ignoring Tyr’s crazy talk of gods and a past history with him thousands of years ago, becomes the least problematic parts of my life when nightmares of menacing black wolves return to haunt my dreams, and magic begins to fly from my fingertips.
When the truth becomes too much for me to ignore, am I up to the task of healing a broken world, or will the wolves again go for the throat?
Valkyries Rising #4
Memory loss can be a blessing or a curse... I just haven't decided which.
Fifteen years ago I awoke in a hospital with no memories except for my name, Elin, and the urge to run. Since then its been a different city, a different job every year as I try to find those missing pieces. That is until I arrive in Bi Frost. A small town in Manitoba. For the first, I feel the urge to settle down.
Or maybe it's my new neighbours, Arran and Hurrit, owners of a charter service for hunters and fishermen, that trigger that need. Goddess knows they trigger me in other places as well.
They vow to help me. To make me whole. But with secrets of their own, I find it hard to trust them.
When the storm of the century happens, we discover that the phrase "act of God" was never truer.
If we're to have any hope of defeating this foe, we'll have to join forces, share secrets. But when the dust settles, will the relationship we forge survive?
Valkyries Rising #5
I’m a creature of habit. I have the same breakfast every day, follow my writing schedule religiously, and go to bed before ten on weekdays. Wild adventures are for my heroines, not me. I’d rather stay home on a Saturday night than follow my assistant on a drinking binge. Nothing is allowed to mess with my schedule.
Except my assistant makes some valiant efforts. And his friend—ex?—gives me a story crazy enough to be in my next book. Hell, parts of it were in my last book. How’s this possible?
Hold on. They’re talking berserkers and Odin and… Valkyries?
Okay, being a Valkyrie could possibly mess with my schedule. And so could falling in love with two immortals.
Valkyries Rising #6
I left the violence of my father’s world—the underworld he controlled—behind the moment I was an adult. I had no idea that the destiny waiting for me was even darker.
I’m happy running my comic shop, renting the room upstairs to an adorably naïve priest in training, and pretending to be bothered when Dad’s oh-so-sexy right-hand man stops by to check on me every few weeks.
But then the dreams start. A woman who looks like she could kill Thac—my self-appointed bodyguard—with a glare tells me I’m destined to be a Valkyrie. Caleb—the righteous man living in my attic—manifests powers of his own. And I realize I’ve tumbled into a world I never could’ve imagined.
Along with my Valkyrie sisters, I’ve been called on to do war against an old god. The main of faith and the ancient being who seem to worship me will either be my biggest allies, or my downfall. If they clash with each other, if all three of us can’t come together to fight with my new Valkyrie sisters, the world will burn.
Valkyrie Condemned PT2
Valkyries Rising #7
Mia's story continues.
More coming soon
Valkyries Rising #7
Killing immortals doesn’t take as much effort as one might think. Killing gods? That’s a whole other story. And when it comes to killing my mother… Don’t get me started.
I thought I knew everything about my life, until a Norse god of war showed up at my family’s retreat with literal centuries of baggage—some of it mine. Turns out I’m a woman with lifetimes of magic that I knew nothing about.
Now, I’m a Valkyrie. Did I mention, my father turned out to be immortal and my best friend is now my boyfriend? Oh, Diego’s a dragon, too. And said Norse god? Tyr’s my boyfriend too. All of that is plenty of crazy for any one person.
It doesn’t stop there for me—my mother has tried to kill me twice now, and is allied with my enemies. And Loki—the one god’s blood I crave to give me vengeance—might be the one who has the answers I need to give me peace.
On the rollercoaster that is my current life, I’m faced with one turn after another, and a couple of loopty-loops, of magic and possibility. Power that could bring more of my past back from the grave, and in doing so rekindle smoldering embers that were snuffed before they became more, hundreds of years ago.
The big question is—what will I have to sacrifice to see him again?
Valkyries Rising #8
I knew my ascension was only the first of several prophecies around me, and given that went nothing like I expected... Who knows what the rest will be like?
The one thing I'm certain of is that Loki is coming for me. He's been hunting me for years, and I doubt the fact that I'm a Valkyrie now will make him magically reverse his path.
But I have one boyfriend who's a dragon and the other is a thousand year old Berserker, and the three of us together should be able to handle one, single god.
By the time we figure out what Loki's actually up to, though, everything we thought we knew is on the fast track to destruction.