Patchwork Stained Glass
Coming of Age Romance
Emily Shepard spent her childhood with abusive parents, and as a college student, she finds comfort in the hard facts of science. She signs up for a comparative religion class, but the instructor, a graduate student and preacher named Ernest, challenges her assumptions. His open-mindedness and tolerance broaden Emily's mind and win her heart.
Her atheist friends feel betrayed by her love for a preacher, and Ernest's congregation thinks Emily is a heathen in need of salvation. But when life deals Ernest a devastating blow, labels given by other people no longer seem important. Can their love triumph over their ideological differences?
Annasophia Flynn is a young, classically-trained pianist and singer-songwriter who enjoys a special bond with Wilhelm Dahl, her older mentor and teacher whom she affectionately calls Maestro. Maestro is terminally ill, and Annasophia must come to grips with the fact that she’ll have to say goodbye to him soon.
But not so fast. Annasophia receives a mysterious email to which is attached a photo of her standing by the side of a virile and much-younger Maestro, years before she was born and during the height of his fame and power as a concert pianist. Either somebody’s doing some serious Photoshopping, or Annasophia traveled — or will travel — back in time, meaning that there’s more to her relationship with Maestro than meets the eye.
New Adult Romance
Frannie is terribly, terribly shy, and yes, the second terribly is justified. She's studying piano performance in college, but her dream is to be a singer-songwriter. Trouble is, she's too shy to sing in front of people.
As she struggles to scale the walls of her shyness, her self-imposed prison, she finds two allies: Jake, her rock, dark and brooding, the one who’s always been there for her, and Granville, a brilliant graduate student who arrives in her life like a cloudless morning and is gifted in both music and science.
How can a girl possibly choose between the sun and the moon?
New Adult Romance
As college graduation draws near, Monie Bloomfield has everything going for her. She's been accepted to a prestigious law school, which she'll be attending with Rob, her dreamboat first love. Monie and Rob plan to marry, open a law practice together, have a family, and enjoy many happy years as a couple.
But Monie feels trapped. Though she still loves Rob, she no longer wants to follow the comfortable Life Script they've have been writing. She's uncommonly gifted on the guitar, and she becomes lead guitarist for Woolly Worm Hotel, a rock band on the verge of making it big. And when sparks fire up between her and Siegfried, the band's brilliant pianist and songwriter, she must weigh the security of her old path against the excitement of her new one and make difficult, heart-wrenching choices that will change her life forever.
The Beast of Hurley Hollow
For over two hundred years, revenge killings have run rampant in a rural community in East Tennessee. These unsolved killings have long been attributed to the legend of the Beast of Hurley Hollow, a figure shrouded in speculation, mystery, and dread. To try to solve the mystery of the Beast, the Beast Research Group meets weekly to examine historical records and engage in speculation.
Greg Kranzdorf, one of the most enthusiastic members of the group, discovers a clue in the forest near his home. He quickly finds himself pulled into a mire of intrigue as well as misdirection from the other members of the group. More killings happen, and as the killings come closer and closer to home, Greg is forced to examine everything he has ever believed, not only about Hurley Hollow Community but also the nature of the Beast in himself and in the people he has trusted the most.