Misha and Aaron will be free. Once they stop denying their feelings for each other. Aaron has decided enough is enough and with that, he plans to make sure she knows full well that he intends to be the one to give her what she needs. What she desperately needs.
Cole Belle is an aviator with a wounded soul. Overwhelmed with guilt over a crash that took innocent lives, he seeks atonement through a self-imposed exile that finds him on a remote Alaskan outpost. He is resolved to fill the remainder of his days off the beaten path living the solitary existence of a bush pilot. However, fate often has other plans.
One day Cole receives word that his long thought Killed-in-Action father, Raven Belle has only recently died and has bequeathed his entire fortune to his only son. But there’s something beyond the perfunctory bequeathal of a financial fortune and vast real estate holdings. His estranged father has left him with an unfathomable legacy that he is reluctant to comprehend, let alone accept.
Cole embarks down a path seeking answers and clarity. He meets the executor and close confidant of his late father who tells a dubious tale filled with angels and demons. Moreover, he explains his father was more than just a man, he was a warrior. A combatant with supernatural abilities belonging to the oldest army known to mankind – A front line soldier in St. Michael the Archangel’s Seraphic Army, charged with exterminating the minions of Satan in their most heinous and deadly manifestations.
The Seraph’s Son is a tale of a broken man’s journey from agnostic sensibility to resolved comprehension and finally acceptance of his own fate.
Drop Off is about the rich, rising rich, the wannabe and the use to be rich and their fight for power, money, and sex in the homes, business, and clubs of two of America’s most prestigious communities.
Young pop photographer Weecho Marti has serious guilts for not rescuing a beautiful woman from a fiery crash. When he starts tracking the man he photographed setting up the crash, after ducking the man’s gunshots and dodging the cops, he discovers that the woman was a supermodel secret-agent, and the man is an opium and terrorist smuggler, street name Soul Patch.
The beautiful spy’s dying words to Weecho lead him to Cover Magazine, a style-setting monthly whose publisher is a covert spymaster who becomes Weecho’s entry to espionage.
Action moves between Weecho’s New York waterfront loft (shared with fugitive swamp girl Juna); the spymaster’s sleek offices and Upper East Side townhouse (with pistol range and ballet salon for his assassin niece); and an island outpost in Jamaica Bay, haven for smugglers whose contraband is becoming more and more lethal, a realm ruled by Weecho’s murderous antagonist, Soul Patch.
Adult-content rating: This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.