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About Sylvie Grayson
After many years of 'business', she finds it's wonderful to be doing what she loves. Sylvie lives in western Canada near the Pacific Ocean where she was born, and travels whenever possible, having just finished a journey through Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam and Hong Kong.
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The ever menacing Emperor has overtaken the city of Sommerset, the seat of power from the Old Empire.
Now he’s been approached by a local strongman, offering to work with him to seize the Banderos territory.
Nineteenth Banderos has been given the task of heading up a Foreign Legion for the dispossessed, but his plans take a detour when he meets the Shafoneur Sovereign who has plans of his own.
Nineteenth isn’t one to turn down a challenge, especially if the reward might include the chance to marry a beautiful young Shafoneur girl he’s fallen for.
Unfortunately, a war with Emperor Carlton looms on the horizon.
Allied with the Shafoneur tribe, Nineteenth is not about to let a neighbour claim their land, but that is not the only threat he faces.
Can Nineteenth protect his family and his new alliance?
Bethlehem Farmer is doing her best to help her brother Abram hold things together in south Khandarken after their father died in the battles. She is looking after the dispossessed, keeping the farm productive and the talc mine working in the hills behind their land. But when Abram takes a trip with Uncle Jade into the northern territory and disappears without a trace, she's left on her own. Suddenly things are not what they seem and no one can be trusted.
Major Dante Regiment is sent by his father, the General of Khandarken, to find out what the situation is at Farmer Holdings. What he sees shakes him to the core and fuels his grim determination to protect Bethlehem at all cost, even with his life.
Ms Grayson has created a fascinating new world with a lot of the same old problems. Sci fi and fantasy rolled into one with a sure hand and enormous imagination.
When Chloe Bowman woke to find her husband gone, never did she imagine it would take so long to find him, or that in the midst of the search she'd discover she didn't really know this man at all. She soon realizes she has been left alone with her young son and a time bomb on her hands. Then the earthquake throws everything into question. Lurking in the shadows is the mysterious Rainman who travels under an unknown name.
Police Detective Ross Cullen was already investigating Chloe's husband when he disappeared. Although he's powerfully drawn to Chloe, Ross also knows that when one member of a family disappears, the first place to look for the suspect is among those closest to him. No one is closer than Chloe.
But the deeper Ross digs the less he knows, and the more he's attracted to the young wife as she struggles to put her life back together. Can Ross break through the Rainman's disguises to solve the case so he can be with Chloe?
Then Shandro is sent on a mission across the mountains into Khandarken to bring back Princess Chinata, a bride for Emperor Carlton’s Advisor. In exchange, Jiran and the Penrhy tribe are given a peace agreement, protection against invasion by the Emperor’s troops. This seems a good trade, as Carlton is hovering on their borders with his need for more land. However, not far into the journey, it becomes apparent someone is not adhering to the terms of the peace accord.
Near the tribal border, Shandro and his troops have come under direct attack from unknown forces. He digs deeper into Chinata’s background to find strong ties to the New Empire. Is it too dangerous to bring Princess Chinata into Jiran? Or as her escort, does Shandro become her defender against the Emperor’s troops?
Fanny Master is from the elite in Khandarken, and when both her parents are murdered, she is forced to run for her life, or be the next victim of her hunter. Amid the chaos of the International Head Ball Games and as Emperor Carlton ramps up his plans for invasion, her attacker makes another attempt on her life. Will Damian save her from her unknown enemy, or is he still working for the other side?
Sophia has made a bad choice in the past, and now she’s in hiding to avoid dealing with it. Still, it follows her, and Rainier is the only one she can trust to help her out.
Rain’s problem? The clues he uncovers on his final case all seem to lead directly to Sophia. Can he solve the case without breaking his heart or pointing the police in his girlfriend’s direction?
The Emperor is defeated but already unrest is growing in the north of Khandarken.
After Julianne Adjudicator's father disappears, she seeks to escape the clutches of her vicious stepmother Zanata, and flees to the Sanctuary. This is the safest place for a woman in a hostile world of unrest and roving dispossessed. But when Julianne seeks asylum, it soon becomes clear all is not as it first appeared.
Then Abe Farmer arrives at the Sanctuary seeking medical help. Abe isn't interested in taking a young woman with them, as he and his injured bodyguard struggle to return to the Southern Territory. Yet when he discovers her fate if she stays, he finds he has no choice.
But the journey becomes more dangerous as they encounter the army of the New Emperor. Caught in the middle of a firefight, they flee toward the Catastrophic Ocean. Can Abe keep her safe till they reach home?
The Last War series is a stunning portrayal of a new world created from fire and consumed at the edges …- sci fi and fantasy at its best…
Emperor Carlton has been backed into a corner, with his visions of expansion collapsing all around him. The skirmishes he's launched have had limited success. But he has a new plan to overthrow everything Khandarken has cobbled together since the end of the Last War, and he knows just the man to make it happen. Chief Constable Lanser is a private man with a close connection to the Old Emprie that he doesn't divulge to anyone. Although he's dedicated to his position in Khandarken, things are not what they seem in the rank and file of the police. And it's his job to fix it. Selanna Nettles is a sookie, trained in Legitamia, who works with the disposessed and injured workers in the Western Territory near her family. When she meets Lanser, her life takes a startling turn once he hires her to accompany him to a set of high-level meetings in Gilsigg. In Legitamia, these three meet up and the result is explsive. Not just for each of them but for the future of Khandarken. When the Emperor makes Conden an offer, can he refuse? Espcially as it is everything he's secretly dreamed of.
But soon she leaves him behind to attend a different school and skip another grade. When she begins university, her classmates observe her extreme youth and obvious competence and walk a wide berth around her. Lonely, she meets charming Billy Zach, but new love soon turns to abuse. Shelley is too immature to know how to handle it when Billy simply disappears.
Years later, when Chris suddenly shows up again in Shelley’s life, she wonders if she can trust her growing attraction to him. She’s already dealing with her father’s worsening emphysema, her sister’ssecrets, and the uncertain demands of her still fledgling business, But things escalate when the police come back asking questions about Billy Zach. As more evidence is uncovered about Billy, and she’s dogged by police interest, Shelley realizes none of it will matter if she’s heading to prison for a murder she didn’t commit.
But in the course of one of his investigations, Jake steps on the toes of a couple of very determined con men and Leah is sitting right in the crosshairs of their revenge. Can Jake find the evidence he needs to stop the criminals, while protecting Leah from their efforts to bring his investigation to a halt?