Topaz Aevos wants nothing to do with contemptible high school senior Stryder Black. And she certainly doesn't believe him when he claims to be trapped in a "curse." But when an unfortunate touch and some bad timing yank Taz thirteen days into the past, she knows she's in trouble.
Now Taz is forced to relive the same days of her life with a guy she despises. Worse, their time loop is dropping days. Taz knows she must set aside her hatred for Stryder to help him unravel this deadly puzzle, but trust is tricky when they both have secrets. Is Stryder’s murky past the key to their escape? Or does the answer lie somewhere within Taz’s own bizarre "gift"?
The clock is ticking, and the next strike could mean death.
Book 2 of the Chasing Echoes Series
Aviva Aevos is stalked by a shadow only she can see--the ghost of a young man from the 1800s, Kade Oaks. Frustrated by the havoc his presence is wreaking in her life, Aviva seeks to unravel the mystery of why Kade haunts her. As she digs deeper into his past, she discovers a connection between Kade and the notorious Angel Killer. But the closer Aviva comes to unveiling the truth, the more unstable Kade becomes...until one day, he's gone.
Determined to find the lost ghost, Aviva turns to her uncle for help. But will the chaos that follows allow her to rescue Kade, or trap her and her sisters forever in the past?
Spring of Crows
Four sisters. One betrayal that may cost them everything.
Phoenix Aevos has always prided herself on being tough. But now that she’s trapped in 1886, even she’s not sure if she’s strong enough to save her sister Taz from the hands of a madman, let alone deliver everyone safely home.
Meanwhile, darkness is cast upon present-day Sezona Hills as young Krystal Aevos faces a deadly ice age. The animals—especially the crows— seem to be trying to tell her something. But what?
From 19th-century Sezona Hills to present-day Death Valley, the Aevos sisters, with the help of Stryder, Kade, and a few unlikely allies, will battle forces more sinister than they ever imagined as they search for answers. The truth may set them free...if it doesn’t kill them first.