Stolen Time


Product Description

Tragedy has made Keaira wise beyond her twenty years. Forced to work for the General, a commanding man who blackmailed his way into her life, she was ordered to study self-defense and master knife throwing. In the hidden community of Shifters, falcons are considered weak, a fact which may ultimately save her life. To escape his cruelty, she will need to call upon her quick-witted falcon side, but the General has other plans – ones which involve his only son, Carson.

When unexpected feelings form between Keaira and Carson, the General quickly moves his pieces into place, launching his quest to take over the world. If she wants to survive, Keaira must stay one step ahead in the General’s deadly game and discover his weaknesses. Even if it means risking her life and the lives of those she cares about most.

With war on the horizon, sides are being drawn. Deadly secrets must be exposed. Time is running out for Keaira and all of mankind.


  1. 0 out of 5


    A Great Clean YA Paranormal

    I really enjoyed this story. It’s nice to sit down and connect with characters. Keaira has been through some heart ache in her life. She’s gotten herself involved in a world she isn’t sure she really wants to be a part of. Then she meets Carson and sparks fly…or do they? Without giving too much away, the relationship that the author built for Keaira and Carson was something many people can connect with. Love isn’t always instant and love doesn’t always happen, and that’s all I have to say about that! :)

    I can’t wait for the next release in this series. It ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, but not a bad one where you want to hunt the author down and fall on her doorstep, demanding why she tortured you. But enough that I am adamantly watching her website, FB, and twitter waiting for the news on the next book.

  2. 0 out of 5


    Great paranormal short story

    This sort story was quite good. I liked the shifter element. The story line was easy to follow and is well thought out. The characters are all great. Well written. A good add to your tbr list. Recommended read.

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