Introductions (Free for download)
Black and Green (late 2016)
Books 12 – 20 + (to come)
If you’re new to the Ghost Bird Series, here’s a way to get the books at a lower cost.
Friends vs. Family
Forgiveness and Permission
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Drop of Doubt
Push and Shove
House of Korba
Touch of Mischief
The Other Side of Envy
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Also, check out the Meeting Sang series – the boys’ POV stories that run concurrently with Introductions.
Not a day goes by that I don’t get e-mails asking what my characters—especially the boys—are thinking at certain parts in the books. My fans seem to be endlessly interested in the thoughts and feelings of these fascinating boys, especially in relation to their new friend, Sang Sorenson.
To that end, Meeting Sang is the answer to this huge fan demand of wanting to get inside the boys’ heads. This alternate point of view version of Introductions, the first book in the Ghost Bird Series, starts with Kota, then Victor, and will continue on in a series of shorts that will follow all the boys.
I hope you enjoy these peeks into the minds of Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Gabriel, Luke, North, Dr. Green, and Mr. Blackbourne as they meet Sang Sorenson for the first time.
The stories are released free to subscribers. Make sure you’re on the list!
If you’re new to my books, you may want to start with Introductions, which is free for download.
MEETING SANG: KOTA
MEETING SANG: VICTOR
Victor Morgan hides from the public whenever he can. It’s not that he’s a recluse; he hides to avoid rumors and throngs of teen girls throwing themselves at him because of his fame. When his team of friends is assigned a job at a new school, it’s his one chance to finally be just Victor; not a local celebrity, or that guy whose parents have a huge house and lots of money. He wants to be normal, to be able to blend in and not worry about what everyone else is thinking or what they may want from him.
Things change when he meets Sang Sorenson. She’s beautiful and clever, though she hides her intelligence behind a veil of shyness and insecurity. But with just a look, she makes him say the stupidest things.
Only things are wrong in her world. She’s hiding something dark and terrible, the evidence of it in her haunted eyes. He barely knows her, but he’d give everything to help and protect her. Whatever it takes to keep her safe, he’s in.
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