Fiction Books

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The Sylvan Cycle Series…

Skinshifter_Cover-1563x2500Skinshifters are a curse. The Asheken deadwalkers proved that fact when they used skinshifters to spy against the Sylvan races during the Second War of Ages. Now, after three centuries of peace, the deadwalkers have found a secret way back onto the Sylvan Continent and this time they seek not just to conquer their enemies, but to enslave them body and soul.

When the Feliconas Clan suffers the deadwalkers’ first raid, one werecat—a skinshifter who has concealed her abilities—survives the massacre. Even as Katja struggles with her grief and guilt over her murdered kin, she must unite with other Sylvan refugees to defeat the deadwalkers before they can butcher and defile the other races. But can this skinshifter trust her newfound allies or will their secrets prove even more treacherous than her own?

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Reviews:

“As involved as it is vividly eloquent, Alycia Christine’s Skinshifter…is fueled by engagingly twisted fantasy elements, vivid imagery, appealing characters, rousing adventure and terse storytelling.” –Bestsellers World

“Action is well done, tension is wonderfully detailed and maintained throughout, and fantasy readers will find in Katja an appealing, believable character whose quest and concerns drive a story line that is vivid, accessible, and involving.” –D. Donovan, Senior eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
 
Read excerpts HERE.

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The Sylvan Prelude Series…

Dryad_Sacrifice_Cover-1563x2500The fiercest courage is conceived through the greatest trials…

Centuries before Katja Escari and her packmates ever discover the secrets hidden within the sacred Keystones, a pair of dryads find themselves the unwitting guardians of one of these legendary gems. Thus begins the tale of how two sisters’ love was tested against the might of one of the most powerful deadwalkers in Sylvan history.

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The Tempest Maiden Series…

Thorn_Thistle_3-1563x2500“You’re a pirate!”

“I prefer the term privateer, thank you.”

Meet Thornton Tarok, captain of the pirate ship—err, privateer vessel—the Tempest Maiden. He’s a cunning gambler, a fierce brawler, an amateur wizard, and a true patriot.

All Thorn ever wants is a good sail, a fair wind, and the freedom of the high seas. However, his ship’s latest passenger, the Lady Zana Cynara, might just be destined ruin his chances at all three.

Zana is a soft-spoken noblewoman with one rather strange past. As a dryad, she’s the ultimate tree hugger. She’s also the keeper of the Jade Dagger, a powerful magical artifact that Emperor Sung wants at all cost.

Can the two unlikely allies join forces to outmaneuver their enemy’s forces in a deadly game of keep-away or will Sung’s lust for conquest destroy everyone and everything they’re fighting to keep free?

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Short Story Collections & Anthologies…

Musings_Cover-1563x2500“My train of thought derailed somewhere in the wilderness of my daydreams and MUSINGS is the result.” -Alycia Christine

Short stories from every corner of imagination converge in this beautiful collection of fantasy and science fiction stories.

Fantasy and science fiction stories included:

  • “A Song for Naia”
  • “The Banner Prophesies”
  • “City of Twilight”
  • “Chosen Sacrifice”
  • “Of Kelpie Lullabies”
  • “Raven’s Fall”
  • “Star Child and the Golden Seed”
  • “The Soul Wrangler”
  • “Sumari’s Solitude”
  • “What Tendrils Echo”
  • “Winter’s Charge”
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    Reviews:

    “[From] the descriptive narration in ‘The Soul Wrangler’ to the eerie implications in ‘What Tendrils Echo’, I think most readers will find something to enjoy in this book. I know I did.” –David Gray

    “Overall an excellent read and I look forward to the next book.” -Daniel Flournoy
     
    Read excerpts HERE.

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