Skylar is a city girl full of spunk, peppered with bad habits and a knack for picking the wrong man. Bek, her last guy, put her into a cat and dumped her two hundred miles from home.
Well, in Bek’s defense, she did torch his vintage Mustang.
Revenge is on her mind—definitely not a man—until Luke comes along, a country boy with tanned skin, toned muscles, and a great sense of humor.
Problem? Hell yes! He’s carrying a bowl of milk and a catnip toy.
A doppelganger, a myth with no name, no sex, no flesh, and no identity…
…unless it wears one of you.
Dead Girls Never Shut Up
Toni’s grandmother is a psychopath. Her sister is a ghost. Her boyfriend is possessed. And she has no idea who she is.
Summer vacation is ruined when Toni’s twin sister, Sara, inadvertently, but unmistakably, slices her own throat with a steak knife in the middle of their staged double date. Unbeknownst to Toni, instead of walking into the light, Sara stomps off in the opposite direction; totally pissed she didn’t die in her skinny jeans. That’s when Sara finds out their grandmother has a gift for talking to dead people.
The Other F WORD
Wandermere is anything but your typical fairy forest kingdom. No dainty, innocent, classical fairies sitting on toadstools petting baby bunnies. Instead, you’ll stumble upon mouthy teen fairies wearing designer knockoffs and texting on their smart phones. Think cute, tiny, fae teens driving bugs instead of cars and drinking honey instead of beer. And there’s always a nasty girl in High School; the most popular, the prettiest, the one that hates the protagonist.
Dark and Deadly novellas
1. When the Bough Breaks
Many human travesties are buried under layers of pancake makeup and enticing Crayola-colored clothing.
When dark secrets begin to bleed from basements and attics onto the streets of a rural city in Michigan, it’s clear someone is trying to break the wicked circle of miss doings that have carried on from generation to generation. But no one, not even the offenders, expected it to be the children.
2. Mirror, Mirror
Lust’s passion will be served; it demands, it militates, it tyrannizes~~Marquis de Sade
Possession? Obsession? Reincarnation? Or a fifteen year old sadistic psychopath on a killing spree?
*Warning – Adult content, sadistic and visually graphic murder scenes where blood is spilled for the sheer pleasure of spilling it, and death is merely a dispassionate objective.
A demented mind? Or a mind with dementia?
Viola Fisher may be in her eighties, look a bit zany, and pop out with an amusing rendition of a favorite song in the middle of a sentence. But tread lightly, because if you happen to resemble the antagonist in her last murder mystery or television show, or sound like a suspect in a recent news article, you may end up her next victim.
Author Théa Heying I ignored the grumpy expression on the face of the woman with the syringe as she stepped behind me to inject the vaccine. I should have yanked down my sleeve and run like hell. Too late. She … Continue reading →