Dragonfly Trilogy

Ragged Wolf


Princess Taoshira is appalled when she is ordered to marry Prince Ramil ac Burinholt in order to unite their lands. And Ramil’s not too pleased either. They hate each other on sight. So when she and Ramil are kidnapped, they fear there’s no escape – either from their kidnappers or from each other. Can they put aside their differences long enough to survive ambush, unarmed combat, brainwashing and imprisonment? And will the people they meet on their extraordinary adventure – including a circus strongman, a daring rebel leader, a sinister master of spies and the best female fighter they have ever seen – help them or betray them to the enemy..?

The Glass Swallow

Rain designs exquisite stained glass for the windows of her city. But the law is clear — it is forbidden for girls to be part of the glassmaker’s guild. To keep her secret hidden, she leaves home and travels to the strange new country of Magharna. Peri When he witnesses Rain’s capture by a gang of bandits, both his fate and his heart becomes tied to hers. They escape the outlaws, but Peri and his family of falconers are untouchables who are scorned by all, and Rain is not allowed to be part of their lives. Can Rain and Peri’s love survive the prejudices against them? And with the city on the brink of disaster will they be able to stop their world from smashing apart?

Ragged Wolf

Flame-haired Thorn is taken as a child into the blood-thirsty service of the priests of Hollin. Her life looks set for a quick death as she has no skills to save her. Then chance intervenes and she is made prisoner in Brigard and brought before King Ramil’s son, Lagan for judgement.What is Lagan to make of the bitter girl standing before him? Little does he know that his path is now bound with hers. Through mountains, over seas, and on the battlefield, their choices will decide the destiny of three nations.It is just a shame then that Thorn hates him and he distrusts her. What could go wrong?

What readers are saying...

'I have just read one of your books named Dragonfly and I fell in love just by reading the introduction! I must admit I find it hard for me to finish a book and I must say it was easy to finish Dragonfly. It reflected the diverse culture, even in the U.S.A, and how the differences in a culture doesn't matter when you truly love each other.'
'I first read Dragonfly and i LOVED IT!!!!! When I learned about the Glass Swallow, I was super happy. I still can't decide which one I like better. I know myself and many other people would be happy if you wrote another book in that world! Perhaps another girl/ boy from a new country could come to the countries in dragonfly and the glass swallow….'