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Danse Macabre:

Pain. Sweat. Blood: The minimum expected to be a member of the corps de ballet for the most prestigious school in New York.

When Rora is accepted to the Summer Intensive at The Conservatory, she suffers more than just blisters from her pointe shoes. Aside from the director insulting her weight and publicly showing distaste for her dancing, Rora falls hard and fast for the director’s son, Griffin, who can’t keep his hands (or lips) off the other girls in the company. 

The Conservatory is renowned for its technique and precision, but something is off with the girls. Not only are their bodies too perfect, but they’re burning out too quickly. And something is definitely brewing with Griffin, who spends his spare time at The Gathering, a club with an underground society of people who look and act like they’re historical ballet characters. 

It isn’t until the company announces they’re doing La Bayadere for the summer showcase that Rora realizes the parallels between the haunting story and the lives around her. Rora must find a way to stop the girls from dancing to their death before Rora succumbs and becomes a ghost herself.

The Stricken:

The storms come like clockwork. Every day, the dark cloud descends upon the town, erasing the memories of every person. Except Clara.
After Clara's Dad mysteriously disappears, the Diviners, captive souls who feed off memories, come for her. She flees to Khalom where she hopes to find safety, along with Cael, the shadow warrior who fights for the city's protection. But because she's an outsider, and has been exposed to the Diviners, she's regarded with suspicion. Forced to live the Noble life, Clara faces going to school with peers who want her dead.
Throughout this, a unique power stirs inside of her. The power to kill. And it grows until she's not sure if she can control it. Outside the gates, Clara knows she's being watched. Yet, curious about Cael, she is drawn to the perimeter, caught by his dark and deadly presence. When the Diviners break through the city's defense and students begin to turn up brain dead, Clara must find a way to stop the attacks before the city--and her mind--is wiped clean.

Climbing The Chandelier:

When Megan Van Helsburg gets kicked off the U.S.A. Climbing Team, she has no choice but to return home and leave her climbing career behind. With no coach, no money, and no prospects, she joins the corps de ballet determined to improve her strength and agility. 

But the ballet theater is in dire straits. Not only do a series of murders break loose, but the ballerinas are becoming deathly thin and brain-dead. As Megan investigates, she meets Dross, a tortured young man who lives beneath the depths of the theater. Megan falls hard and fast for Dross, who becomes her mentor, but something is off about him. 

It isn’t until the company announces they’re doing Giselle for the fall performance that Megan realizes the parallels between the ghost story and the lives around her. And she could be next. Megan must find a way to not only save her climbing career, but stop the murders and dying girls before she too, becomes a ghost herself. 


WESTRIDGE is an all-boy rehab facility with an uncanny reputation. The boys are coming out different. Too different.

When Allie—aka Al—learns that her brother Jason’s life is in jeopardy, she disguises herself as a boy to get enrolled into Westridge and save him. But it isn’t that simple. Allie gets swallowed up in the military routine of the “rehab” facility’s drastic measures, making it impossible to contact her brother. Along with being starved, beaten, and worked to a pulp, Allie finds herself enraptured by the dark and tortured, Vincent, who not only appears to have a strange power over the other students and faculty, but has his claws in Jason too.

Then Allie discovers the truth. Westridge is a breeding ground for the dead—a place where the dead can inhabit a new body and have a second chance at life. Trouble is, the new souls must “dispose” of their new body within twenty-four hours. And Vincent’s behind it all. Aside from trying to save her brother, balance her feelings for Vincent, and keep up on her masculine façade, Allie must find a way to stop these dead souls from killing the boys before she, too, is numbered among the dead.

Last Breath:

It always rains after a death.  

At least, that’s what Aidan de Morte has noticed when he escorts the dead to the afterlife. Most Mundane folks—people alive on earth—don’t know that the life waiting for them is more dangerous than the one they live in. 

Aidan doesn’t remember what it’s like to feel—he’s been dead so long, he can’t remember the pleasures of food, drink, taste… love. The afterlife is a dark wasteland, and souls are disappearing every day. All thanks to the Livingstons, one of the four Royal families who are a natural enemy of the de Mortes.  

It isn’t until Aidan meets Danielle Livingston—a girl who is the reason the afterlife is in turmoil—that he begins to experience real emotion again. Even though Aidan has every reason to hate her (for ruining his world), he can’t help his attraction to her. And she clearly has feelings for him too, though they butt heads at every turn. 

But when Dani and Aidan discover that they are the only ones who can restore balance to the afterlife, they must set aside their differences and learn to work together before the world—and their lives—is destroyed.


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