An outcast prince. A captive healer. A single night that changes their destinies.
She lives a nightmare.
As a Mender, Renna is held captive to an endless cycle of receiving and recovering from the physical ailments of others—a cycle that led her mother to an early grave. When her father becomes deathly ill, Renna is desperate to save her only remaining family. Even if it means allying with criminals and taking an illegal mission into the royal palace on the night of their greatest ball.
He’s haunted by dreams.
Unable to be Mended, Prince Jaric’s existence is a curse to his family’s façade of health and security. Marrying him off at the ball and sending him to a distant dukedom is the royal solution—but Jaric has his own plans. For years he’s dreamed of a young woman, a strong-hearted Mender he would give everything for. When she arrives the night of his betrothal, he’s determined to discover her true identity.
Met by midnight, their fates are entwined.
While escape seems the only answer, powerful forces conspire to keep Renna and Jaric within their cages. Forces that undermine the foundations of the kingdom itself—and threaten any hope of a future together.
This YA romance retells Cinderella in an original fantasy world with a dystopian twist.More info →
Mental illness is real. Will the Church get real?
This book is a collection of essays from various authors: men and women, pastors and congregants, counselors and nurses, parents and children. All have a unique view of how mental health conditions affect people, and how the church has responded to these circumstances.
This is not fundamentally a teaching book, but a book of moments and lives, knitted together by the common theme of mental health.
*Janeen Ippolito wrote an essay for this book.More info →
Fishing. Sibling bonding. Hungry, deadly bridge trolls.
My half-brother Gideon and I just wanted a lazy evening fishing along the Allegheny river. Considering we work crappy jobs in the Fae slums of Pittsburgh, we needed the break.
Then the bridge trolls show up.
So it’s up to me, Allis Evanenko, to get us out of this mess—and rescue the humans captured by the trolls.
Well, this should be fun. At least Gideon has a cello.
GET IT FREE NOW and enjoy a short novella prequel to The Steel City Genie series. Features snark-with-heart, quirky world building, and magic cellos.More info →