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Charlotte is brought to the land of Annarunnus, the land, and is led to the famous Bellins School for Magic, where she must train to learn who she is and how to use her unique powers. Charlotte also discovers that a rare and precious event has taken place: dragon eggs have been found, hatching just two days before Charlotte’s arrival. Each student receives their own baby dragon to bond with, tame, and train.
At Bellins Charlotte meets new friends, and struggles to discover herself and to bond with her obstinate baby dragon. She also meets Tyron, one of the handsome Outcasts. But dating is forbidden at Bellins, and they will have to decide if they will risk it all for love.
A note from the author:
I read a lot of time travel novels in my high school and college years. The concept was fascinating to me, as it still is. It expanded my mind. I wondered what it would be like to travel back to the early days of America before the explorers arrived. I wondered about the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the Depression, and what it was like to live in those times.
Ultimately, I began to view time travel as a vehicle to change the past. My past. How would my life have been different if I had married my high school sweetheart right out of high school and had children, different children than the ones I have now. Or if I had married some other person and had children with them. Or if I’d never married and never had children.
The possibilities seem endless when I think about it. Every decision I made changed my life. What if I had made different decisions? What would my life be now? What if I had stayed in Washington, D.C., where I moved and worked after receiving my college degree? What if I had stayed in Charleston, South Carolina, where I lived for a short time? Who would I have met? What if I had majored in anthropology instead of American Studies? Every decision changes everything. If I follow the line of a different choice, my life would have been different.
Those are the thoughts I had when writing Come Down in Time, a time travel romance novel that spans the infinite possibilities in life. As I wrote, I thought about all the little and big decisions we make, and how they affect our future. I thought about family and love relationships, and how every action we take affects those relationships. I thought about forever, eternal love and wondered if it always transcends time.
If I could change time in my own life, I would go back to when my grandparents and mother were still alive. I would appreciate them for the strong, loving people they were for me. I would be grateful for that in the time and not later, after they died. I would not have 20/20 hindsight vision in any part of my life. I would know at the time what was important and not take it for granted. I would be present. I guess that’s what we all wish for.
Come Down in Time is tied to my other novels, Love Weaver and Hand-Me-Down Love. Even though my books are all different, I think of them as a romance series with a common thread: they are romance novels about free spirits searching for love.
Adam has waited an eternity for his mate. After three thousand years of searching he's almost lost hope that he'll ever find her... almost convinced himself that God has forsaken him.
Cassie is miserable. At just 23 the buxom, beautiful werewolf has found herself caught up in her mother's Machiavellian power struggles, forced into an arranged marriage with the cruel, violent alpha of the Ironclaws, Lucius. When the Long Night arrives Cassie will become his property, to do with as he will.
Imprisoned in Lucius' summer home with Megan, a gutter-minded 400 year old teenager, and Rutherford, a senile housekeeper who can't remember where he left his trousers, Cassie has resigned herself to her fate. She'd never dare go against her mother, and to reject Lucius would lead the weak Darkfangs into war against the mighty Ironclaws. Cassie knows she has no choice but to sacrifice her happiness for her tribe...
... And then she picks up a scent on the breeze.
The First Alpha is a tale of love against all odds; of betrayal, scheming and intrigue, and of two souls linked together across time.
When Talia Lyons was just a child, her parents were murdered before her eyes. Unable to accept their fate, Talia trains to become one of the country’s deadliest assassins in order to kill the man responsible. Luckily, she was born with a gift- the ability to read and influence the minds of others. At sixteen, Talia’s poised to graduate from a school for the Talented, where she learned to control her abilities. Now there is only one obstacle standing between her and the retribution she craves... the feelings and distractions of a normal teenage girl.
If Sookie and 007 had a love child with a yearning for vengeance, her story would be TALENTED.
Meet Johnny. Not only is he a smart kid, he is also very creative and imaginative. But Johnny struggles with cleaning up his favorite toys at the end of the day, just like every other child in the world and maybe even like yours…?
Playing with toys is great, but cleaning up after himself is not Johnny’s strongest character trait. His mom is getting very frustrated with this, so much that it Johnny to imagine monsters in the shadows in his bed room every night.
Meet Dad. He has an amazing solution to all Johnny and Mom’s problems…