Briar and Rose and Jack mixes fairy-tale motifs with clear themes of good and evil in a magical and satisfying adventure.
The “momentous event” of transitioning to high school presents Aven Green, the armless girl-wonder, with new challenges.
Song of the Abyss is a sequel that does not disappoint and yet succeeds in its own right as a standalone novel.
An unlikely romance tinged by tragedy makes Butterfly Yellow a winning read for mature teens.
A dark YA fairytale retelling of the twelve dancing princesses. In a haunting, gothic setting, a family mourns as yet another daughter is interred to the sea. This time, Annaleigh is convinced there is something amiss with her sister’s death.
Lovely War is a satisfying romance that will leave readers with much to think about.
Inventing Victoria follows a young biracial girl through a seldom-explored period of Reconstruction history.
Three reviews of Pride and Prejudice retellings (Heartstone, Pride, and Unmarriageable) plus a review of the original version!