“Myla and Lincoln fall in love all over again!” - CS Reviews
“The story of Beauty & The Beast carries strongly and we’re whisked away into a fabulous fairy tale!” - Ronni, Goodreads
“The writing here is brilliant and the storyline is amazing. I can’t get enough!” - The Avid Reader
Myla Lewis has her life back. Wife. Mother. Queen of the Thrax. Great Scala and mega boss of supernatural igni. Yay! Then one day, Myla runs across a strange fountain and her igni screech like crazy. Our heroine speaks the fateful words, “Some days, I wish I weren’t the Great Scala.”
Turns out, a demon-titan named Bedlam lurks behind the fountain… and he grants her wish.
Moments later, Myla returns to her teenage days of Purgatory High. No husband. No child. And zero power over igni. Without Myla around as the Great Scala, all quasis now live under Armageddon’s rule. That sucks. Hard. So Myla sneaks into Antrum in search of her husband, Lincoln. Together, they’ll take down the evil Bedlam and return life to normal, easy peasy. But once Myla arrives, two problems arise.
First, her husband doesn’t know her. At all.
Second, Lincoln is married to someone else.
“Prehistoric sharks, fairytales, forced marriage, prison escapes, magical yard sales, Great Scala action figures and lawn ornaments, and curses all mesh so well into a fast paced, entertaining story that I could not put down!” – Smada’s Book Smack
In which Myla Lewis kicks ass and takes names. Nuff said.
5. The Dark Lands
6. The Brutal Time
8. Quasi Redux
9. Clockwork Igni
Perfect for teen and young adult readers who want their book series to deliver: badass world building, angels, demons, paranormal romance, fresh themes from contemporary fiction, LOL romantic comedy, gods and goddesses, dark fantasy, strong girls and women as heroines, themes about loners and outcasts, the best laughs in humorous literature, general coming of age whackery, and (most importantly) truly unusual epic fantasy.