Flights of Marigold

One risk, one chance.
After eight years, the seven realms of Shangril still remain shattered. Now, hiding at the edge of the world, Meg and Janat Falkyn, fugitive daughters of an imperial magiel, seek help from their youngest sister, Rennika, to help them solve a secret. To find their missing mother’s prayer stone. Now, hopes for their homeland and death tokens hang in balance. Now, opportunities to restore the beauty, nobility, and magic of their race before going extinction.
But more secrets hidden in alleyways, castles, brothels, saloons . . .
A calculating regent enriching himself with a steam-driven textile monopoly. The ambitious High King’s sister engaging in civil disobedience. A charming swindler setting up an elaborate scheme.
Threaten to expose the sisters’ identities and divide Meg from her sisters. And Heaven is only one step away. So are the High King’s armies and his Marigold breeding program, and the rebels who want the sisters back. Beneath it all, the ugly mark of addictions squirms, poisoning the survival of sisterhood and familial bonds.
Flights of Marigold is an epic political tale of survival, addictions, revenge, and redemption for three magiel sisters in an insignificant hinterland where they attempt to carve a piece of happiness and hold on to their ambitions and dreams, in spite of Heaven’s many secrets and schemes to stop them.

Bursts of Fire

To survive. To fight. To restore balance.
The Falkyn sisters bear a burden and a legacy. Their mother, the imperial magiel of the kingdom of Orumon, protects her people from the horrors of the afterlife by calling upon the Gods with a precious Prayer Stone. But war among the kingdoms has brought fire and destruction to their sheltered world. When a mad king’s desire to destroy the Prayer Stones shatters their family, the three girls are scattered to the wilderness, relying on their wits and powers they don’t yet master.
Assassin. Battle tactician. Magic wielder. Driven by different ambitions, Meg, Janat, and Rennika are destined to become all these and more. To reclaim their birth right, they must overcome doubtful loyalties within a rising rebellion; more, they must challenge a dogma-driven chancellor’s influence on the prince raised to inherit his father’s war: a prince struggling to unravel the mystery of his brother’s addiction to Heaven.
Bursts of Fire begins an epic political fantasy of revenge, addictions, and redemption. In an empire where magic has become suspect, love and loyalty—for one’s lover, one’s family, one’s country—are tested. If Heaven desires the very earth be burned, what place can those below hope for, when the flames come for them?