Recently widowed engineer Timothy Conner would always remember it as the day his life changed forever. The day he went to the estate sale.
Timothy Conner bought an ancient book and got a cat into the bargain. But the cat and the book concealed a centuries-old secret. Conner probes that secret and releases an ancient being of unimaginable power.
Life for Timothy Conner would never be the same. The world would never be the same.
Because the world had never been what he had always thought it was.
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Theonomachy! The Battle of the Gods
Timothy Conner and Hecate, the Goddess of Magic, have had triplets. Tridyma in Greek. The children of the Witch and the Sorcerer have inherited their parents' powers.
When the children learn how to combine their powers, they become terrifying. More powerful even than Hecate, they are the most powerful magic users anywhere.
Unbeknownst to them, however, Phobos, the God of Fear, and Eris, the Goddess of Discord, have also had triplets.
A Battle of the Gods is brewing that will set triplets against triplets in a titanic struggle. The Earth will tremble at the magnitude of the power being wielded.
But what of the triplets? Mere children, they suffer from the manipulations of the adults they trust.
Can it ever be made right?
THE STUNNING SEQUEL TO HECATE
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Hungarian Trilogy Book 2
In 1905 Hungary, political turmoil smolders under a booming economy.
Ella and her husband arrive in Budapest determined to remake the country into a land where women have the same rights as men. They are swept into the colorful and powerful progressive circle, inhabited by liberals, socialists, communists, and bourgeois gentlemen.
Then tragedy hits, and Ella must invent her own role in this turbulent society.
"The struggle for human rights as a shared experience."
"There's no changing the course of history, but sometimes you have to make your stand against the flow."
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