The Lightning Conjurer series
✔️ Science-based magic that feels real
✔️Loving romantic relationships with minimal melodrama
✔️A powerful protagonist who would give all her powers away to find her family
The saga follows Aspen (as she calls herself), a twenty-something-year-old woman who awoke three years ago in an empty cabin in the middle of the forest. Not knowing her name, where she came from, or where she was, she was forced to start her life from scratch, existing entirely off the grid. It’s been a lonely life and a quiet one – until now. Suddenly, strange things are happening all around her: phantom tornadoes are appearing out of nowhere, fireplaces are ejecting violent plumes of fire straight into her living room, and even ice-cold bathwater is heating up on its own. Not to mention the strange man that’s following her everywhere she goes.
When Aspen audits a college class for a much-needed dose of normalcy, she’s caught off guard when the professor displays an immediate contempt for her. After a tense confrontation, she panics, causing the ceiling lights to burst in a shower of sparks. That’s when Aiden realizes what she is – but he’s not the only one whose attention Aspen has attracted. She’s being watched by an elite group of Elementalists who just might hold the answers to her past… But by joining them, could she be in for more than she bargained for?
In her mission to discover who – and what – she is, Aspen must learn to control her powers, navigate her growing feelings for this mysterious professor, and finally, she must uncover the shocking truth about her past.
"[The Lightning Conjurer] is one of the most entertaining, enrapturing, agonizingly wonderful book series that has ever been written. The final book especially.
My former favorite-book-of-all-time has officially been dethroned."
The Girl Who Talks to Ashes
A #1 Amazon Bestseller and BBNYA Semi-Finalist
Things change around Lilah. Like actually change. An apple disintegrates. People age. Dogs transform into puppies. Or bones. These changes seem to be tied to her epileptic seizures which is why she has to take that daily little blue pill – a pill that works so well, Lilah seems like any other normal teenager. Until the day she chooses not to take the pill.
Fiercely determined to get answers about her strange abilities, she decides to track down the young girl who gave her up sixteen years ago; the young girl who never made it home that night… The young girl who is now presumed to be dead. Soon, Lilah’s quest to find her birth mother becomes a quest to solve a sixteen-year-old missing persons case. She has everything she needs to find her – she just needs to learn how to control her peculiar powers before she kills someone.