I’ve got a novella! “Night’s Tooth” is available on Amazon now for just 99 cents.
Mississippi River Valley, 1870s. The white man wields rails and guns to bring law to the land. But there are more than wild animals hiding in the territories, and it will take more than guns to bring them down.
Sumac the bounty hunter needs no guns to hunt any bandit with a price on his head, even one as legendary and mysterious as Night’s Tooth. But Sumac didn’t count on other bounty hunters coming along as competition, nor did he expect hunters sharing his own magical gifts.
It’s one man against a gang and a mystery, all to protect a train that must cross the territories at all costs…
Inspired by classics like For a Few Dollars More and fantasy cult favorites like Highlander, “Night’s Tooth” is a western with a fantasy edge set in the Fallen Princeborn universe.
My first novel, Fallen Princeborn: Stolen, is currently available on Amazon.
In rural Wisconsin, an old stone wall is all that separates the world of magic from the world of man—a wall that keeps the shapeshifters inside. When something gets out, people disappear. Completely.
Escaping from an abusive uncle, eighteen-year-old Charlotte runs away. She takes her bratty younger sister Anna with her, swearing to protect her. However, when their bus breaks down by a creepy old farm, the inconceivable happens—Anna is wiped from human memory.
But something inside Charlotte remembers. So she goes over the Wall in a frantic rescue attempt, accidentally awakening a once cruel but still dangerous prince, and gaining control of a powerful weapon, his magic dagger.
Charlotte’s only chance to save Anna hinges on her courage and an uneasy alliance with some of the very monsters that feed on humanity.
Welcome to River Vine, a shrouded hinterland where dark magic devours and ancient shifters feed, and where the seed of love sets root among the ashes of the dying.
“Fun, fast-paced fairy goodness.” —Peadar O’Guilin, author of The Call and The Invasion
An imaginative romp with a modern edge… a unique fantasy adventure with a dose of charm and sass… a sprinkle of beautifully dark, descriptive prose (and a dash of fairy tale)…” —Cynthia L. Schneider, author of the Crown of Thorns and the Nite Fire series
“Part psycho hitchhiker movie, part road trip to Rylyeh, Fallen Princeborn: Stolen drags the reader deep into Faerie, burns it down, and caramelizes expectations.” —ARC reviewer
“This book is amazing.” —ARC reviewer
“This gripping YA fantasy about Charlotte’s encounter with the fae comes complete with a prince… but he’s no Prince Charming, while they’re definitely nothing like Tinkerbell.” —ARC reviewer
“Lee writes from a third-person, present-tense point of view, but the tale is still told very much from Charlotte’s perspective, spurning exposition in favor of snippets of teenage angst. Charlotte emerges as a believable survivor—strong, determined, and devoted to her sister, but also vulnerable, with a deeply buried sense of hope…. The fairy realm itself is more grim than enchanting (think the Upside Down from the Netflix TV series Stranger Things)…. A suitably beguiling and unsettling first book in a series that promises deeper, darker escapism.” —Kirkus Reviews
I’ve also more in the Fallen Princeborn Omnibus in the works…
Are you looking for my previously published Tales of the River Vine? My apologies, but they’re currently unavailable at this time. Click here for the reason as to why.
My serialized fantasy, Middler’s Pride, is now available on Channillo.
After a humiliating dinner with a suitor, Meredydd sees only a dull life ahead, destined to crush her heroic spirit–that is, until she’s accepted into the Shield Maidens. Surely nothing but glory and adventure await, right? And they do…if Mer can first overcome the most dangerous enemy of all: herself.
I hope to publish a serialized form of the second book, Beauty’s Price, sometime next year. Some of my exploratory character sketches are currently available in my Free Fiction from the Wilds.
It was Wynne’s last chance: make it in the Shield Maidens, or marry the impossibly wealthy and handsome Prydwen. Then her plan falls apart: she fails Shield Maiden training, which means she must leave her true love behind forever. But friendships forged among Shield Maidens don’t take kindly to failure, despair, fear…or manners…