The Stolen Ones series is a re-telling of the Daughter of the Missing novels for young adult and new adult readers.

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Phoenix Rising

What would you do if you were swept out to sea…

without a boat?


Astronaut Sarai Mathews finds out the hard way when she is swept into the ocean and miraculously survives because she’s able to breath underwater. There is one problem, she is deathly afraid of water. While in the depths, she meets a handsome man named Jon Luc. According to him, they’re both Gaiians, a race of beings who are equal parts human and earth spirit, children of the African Goddess of the sea, Yemalla. They were stolen from their village and sold as slaves a long time ago. Could any of this be true? Is he real and not just someone she dreamt up during her chaotic moments in the water?


Jon Luc leads a group of Gaiian warriors charged with the duty to find and return Yemalla’s stolen children. He has never encountered a descendant of the Stolen Ones like Sarai; she has no knowledge of her ancestry or her ability to breath in water. He must teach her how they harness the power of the Earth elements while protecting her from their enemies because someone else has found Sarai too. They want to steal her birth right, the phoenix, a mythical creature that only she can capture and control. 


Jon Luc will protect Sarai at all costs, but first he has to convince her of her heritage. With enemies on their trail, the pair must work together to harness Sarai’s newfound abilities for she may attract the phoenix during her next space mission—and if she can’t harness its fiery power, it might destroy them all.

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Dragon Fall

What happens when you take one wayward dragon, a woman who burns everything she holds, a man that turns anything he touches into ice and toss them into Rio De Janeiro during Carnival? 

Dr. Martel Da Mar is the leading scientist in glacial hydrology. He also has a problem. He cannot touch people without turning them to ice. Don’t ask why, it’s a long story. Since he is Gaiian and has a three hundred year lifespan, he knows his will be a long and lonely existence. He has accepted his fate in life and throws all of his energies into his work studying an unknown heat source that has melted a glacial lake leaving a few blocks of ice in the center. His test show the glacial melt can’t be dismissed as global warning. He soon discovers there is something in one of the remaining blocks of ice that radiates an unusual type of heat signature. This something is an angel of fire. She is trapped and needs his help but releasing her could place the whole world in jeopardy.

Princess Ribi wakes from a cold lonely confinement to find life, as she knows it, has irrevocably changed. First of all, she is trapped in a block of ice. Second of all a brooding dragon is literally attached to her by the hip. Third, the man she’s met in her dreams is on the outside and cannot release her. And finally, some damn fool goes and steals the block of ice with her in it. This sort of thing can piss a girl off, especially one who has a dragon on her side.

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Healing Stone

Dr. Musa Jiwé is the Chief Medical Officer for the Gaiians, his official title, Servant of the Stone. Along with the title comes a cave full of stones and the weight of all the healing gems grafted to his bones. This renders him unable to feel even the simplest touch. Kinda puts a crimp on his love life. Until the night he dreams the death of a complete stranger who is in route to visit his remote village on Mount Kilimanjaro. His move to intercept and turn her party around is thwarted my Kilimanjaro herself and he is swept away by her beauty and the deadly secret she carries.

Dr. Ranae Mills is given six months to live. Queue in the bucket list. Fist up, visit the slope of Kilimanjaro with one catch. Return the stones her grandmother pressed into her hand before she left on the trip. Returning the stones will cure her and lift the family curse that threatens her life. Simple. Except nothing is ever simple in her life, especially when she is literally swept away with the brooding man who can talk to a mountain and cure illnesses with a swipe of his hand. Maybe there is some truth to her grandmother’s belief or maybe the man with the healing hands is a monster out to kill.