Blue People

Back before there was an Avatar, there was Mystic Valley, land of the blue people.

The books begin with Dancer's Delight, the story of Dancer Devereaux's desperate flight from his enemies only to stumble into the strange, wonderful, weird world of Mystic Valley where the men are manly enough to wear kilt-like garments they call shardas and the women are both beautiful and wise. And the wisest, loveliest of them all, is Eppie, Dancer's mate.

Dancer's Delight is available both in e-book and print.

In the sequel, Traveller's Refuge, Dancer's brother Traveller follows the clues left behind by his Dancer. In his case, he opts to bring along his friend, Bishop. Things don't go well for them. Trav is injured in an explosion that traps them in a cave. By the time they enter Mystic Valley, Bishop is anxious to locate someone, anyone who can help his friend Trav.

While he recovers, Trav has plenty of time to fall in love with Eppie's sister, Wrenna, a sprite red-haired beauty that gives Trav and run for his money.

Cherished Destinies, the third book relates the love stories of Arano and Arturo, Eppie's brothers. Life isn't easy in the valley. And there are trials to face, but in the end, Arano overcomes all obstacles to bond with his mate, Silence.  Arturo struggles with loneliness and despair until Banisher offers him the wonderful gift of love .

In Love Never-Ending, Bishop finally gets his love story. Bishop is not happy to be stuck in the valley. He had a life outside the valley where he was perfectly happy. Not even the attractive Samara is enough to make him happy until he nearly loses her. Only then does he realize exactly what a prize he has.

For those who love the parents of Eppie, Wrenna, and the twins, Everything Lovers Can Know tells the story of how Jade and Baron (Merlyn) Llewellyn met and fell in love.

Last, Lover's Refuge is the print edition of the duet, Everything Lovers Can Know and Traveller's Refuge.