Hazen Stephenson grew up pampered, and he knows it. But he’s never had it easy. Hazen’s nightmares aren’t merely products of his imagination, and he wrestles daily with guilt, responsibility, and questions of fate. Setting off across the globe, he meets people he’s dreamed about and changes their lives . . . for better and for worse.
Then he meets Renny Nado, who never dreamed her Creative Writing degree would amount to much. But a people called “The Kota” say her gifts point to an important destiny, and she must convince Hazen of their purpose.
Meanwhile, the world is full of pain, hate, and political upheaval. Should they accept what the Kota say about the future and their place in it? Or should they keep their heads out of the clouds?
The Woman of the Void
Raised in an isolated Kota village, Vedanleé uses her gifts to draw magic from the ancient lands of her coastal home. The Clan Eldress, the most powerful woman in the village, has a vision about the prophesied Woman of the Void—a woman destined to wield unfathomable power. To her surprise, Vedanleé is named as this woman.
Then Thurston Olander, Lord High Commander of the Dominion global empire, comes to fulfill an old custom. The women of the clan uncover a whole new danger, and Vedanleé must go with Thurston to ensure their safety.
Living in the Dominion’s technologically advanced world, Vedanleé’s power over the void grows as she discovers the science behind her magic. But she lives in fear, for Thurston is not what he seemed.
Will she ever become the Woman of the Void? Escape is her only option, but where will she ever be safe in Thurston’s empire?
The Poet Heroic
In a dystopian future, the Dominion tyranny rules over an oppressed civilization. But it also protects them from the dehumanizing DRK virus . . . or so they claim.
Vale Olander, a telepathic Dominion heir, knows he isn’t his father’s favorite son. Living in the shadow of his charismatic twin brother, Vale must find a place in his father’s empire.
But when Vale encounters a team of rebels, he must make a choice: Will he remain loyal and serve his brother, or will he fight for those his family has oppressed?