Child of Thresh
Winter passes in peace, but at the first sign of spring, Grit’s village, Thresh, must prepare to defend against a vengeful army bent on annihilation. Grit will lead the children of Thresh to the safety of Castle Concord, leaving Coil and the warriors behind to face Turf’s army.
However, Turf isn’t Grit’s only enemy. Havoc still hunts her, twisting reality and showing Grit the full extent of her own wickedness. When Grit receives unexpected news from home, she must decide if keeping the promises she made to Coil, and to Thresh, is worth sacrificing her life.
Grit of Berth and Stone (Book 1 in the Chasmaria Series)
Banished for a foolish mistake, sixteen-year-old Grit scorns the loss of her home, her honor, and her only ally. Only the weak worry about such things. But war is brewing all across Chasmaria, and as a group of rebels pulls Grit into their ranks, she begins to question what strength, courage, and honor really look like. When faced with a horrible truth about herself, Grit must either fight her way back to Thresh or live with the blood of the innocent on her hands.
Heir of Koradin
Dagger of Willow and Strike has waited a lifetime to return to the village of his birth. He’s been promised the throne of Koradin, but getting captured by his treacherous sire wasn’t part of the plan. Dagger needs a miracle to turn his childhood dreams into reality. Grit of Berth and Stone might be that miracle. Unfortunately, Grit’s stuck in the rival village of Thresh, and she’s in way over her head. Having bluffed her way into commanding an army of incompetents, she’s useless to Dagger if her new recruits don’t learn the right end of a sword. To make matters worse, Dagger’s sire seeks Grit’s life, and there’s no telling when he’ll return to Thresh to finish what he started when he killed her dame.
But freedom calls through shifting alliances, and neither Dagger’s disillusionment nor Grit’s doubt can keep the armies of Koradin and Thresh from war.