- Oculus, Second Edition
- Slavery of Heroes, Book 4 of the Moirean Tapestry
- The Moirean Tapestry (Books 1-3), Second Editions
- The Lying Forest, Book 2 of Oculus
- Fire Dancer
- The Art of the Moirean Tapestry
Lucina is looking forward to finishing her senior year and graduating in peace and obscurity but an anonymous birthday present now has her wary. Her best friend, Michael, is convinced it is a prank best forgotten but she cannot explain away the present's warning so easily. When the gorgeous Scot Bran transfers to her school, the other girls pine after him. Lucina is just desperate to be left alone, but soon Bran's presence becomes a permanent fixture in her life, one she cannot understand. Despite her intuition and mounting evidence that she should stay far away from him, Lucina finds she cannot live without him. He consumes her thoughts and she begins to lose her grasp on the person she was. With more strange men turning up and the stakes reaching life or death, Lucina must learn what is it about Bran that silences her logic and makes her want to become his forever.
Every night, the people of Oculus take refuge in the cities as the stars fall from the sky to settle upon the fields. Those unfortunate enough to be caught outside the city walls either die excruciating deaths when touched by the lights or are found the next morning wandering and dazed. Not long after being found, those who survive the night die from a strange fever.
Veleno is a skilled soldier and adoptive son of Alvisio, the Head of the Royal Guard. He has never questioned the existence of the falling lights. Given the violent upbringing he received from his father, he has spent his days more concerned with avoiding Alvisio's anger. His only pleasure is daydreaming about the Jewel of Throne; a woman named Piera who is responsible for keeping the lights away from the city.
When he is assigned to Piera's guard, he learns there is a sinister truth behind the lights and the cities' protections from them. No longer a willing servant, Veleno must fight to survive and discovers he must defeat the man who most terrifies him if he ever hopes to save himself or those he loves.
Luitgard is a High Priestess of the Mintharchs, a people who have spent nearly half of the thirteenth century hiding from the Roman Catholic Church. Under the protection of an ancient goddess, their home has had no contact with the outside world in that time but when a Dominican friar named Justin appears at their gates, Luitgard cannot figure out how he found them. She soon realizes that Justin is just as confused and just as worried.
They leave the village in search of answers while Luitgard's fellow High Priestess, Sieglinde, is left behind to take over the leadership she had never expected to hold. On their journey, Luitgard and Justin learn that they have much more in common than had been suspected and begin to rely upon each other in a way Luitgard has never before experienced. As Sieglinde tries to remain strong for her people she is left wishing for the quiet life she would have had with the warrior Humbert. As both Luitgard and Sieglinde learn their situations are much more dangerous than they had anticipated, they begin to question how real their divine protection ever was and learn that their best hope for survival is trusting not faceless gods but the mortals by their sides.
When Oliver finds himself bored at a Renaissance fair, he sees the woman of his dreams. Refusing to let her slip away without a fight, he impulsively follows her to York. Unfortunately, he witnesses a series of strange murders and his simple efforts to meet a girl are turned into the worst of nightmares.
When a stranger seeks refuge from a blizzard in a tiny tavern, the locals share with him the story of how they came to be plagued by eternal winter.