Cyber Chronicles IX: Precipice
Tassin has rushed into danger in a bid to rescue Sabre, and she and Tarl have been kidnapped, but the man who holds her prisoner is a high king with strange ties to Myon Two, and Tassin learns the... More > truth about Sabre’s origins. The cyber, however, cannot cope with the plethora of illogical, painful emotions the loss of the girl he loves brings, for he is convinced he will never find her again…< Less
Demon Lord VII: Dark Domain
The Demon Lord must face three dark gods, possibly four, in order to keep the child goddess Kayos has awakened safe. At the same time, he is beset by the people whose domain Sherinias now rules, who... More > do not believe in gods. They know all about evil, and have been trying to fight it for centuries, with dire consequences. Their attempts hamper Bane, however, and place him in additional danger.< Less
The Queen’s Blade VI: Lord Protector
The legendary assassin’s life is in grave danger. With the deaths of a dozen princes and a king on his tally, the Queen’s Blade is a target for vengeance, and his enemies are powerful. No... More > one knows if Blade is dead or alive when he vanishes again, but the Regent mourns his loss. Two queens, a regent and a king hunt for Blade, who must fight free of fate’s cruel grip.< Less
Demon Lord III: Grey God
When Kayos, Lyriasharin’s father and a Grey God from the times before reckoning, returns to Myrthran after a thousand years, he is displeased to find a young mortal dark god in his domain. He... More > soon discovers, however, that Bane is the rarest of all the gods. He is tar’merin: incorruptible, and therefore has the potential to wield the shadows to fight for the light.
The Demon Lord could free an enslaved light goddess if he is prepared to take up the hated dark power again, but he has no wish to do so, or to venture into the trackless and dangerous God Realm.
If he refuses, Lyriasharin’s daughter may die…< Less