Druantia, was once human, but was remade into an immortal being—a Goddess. Her task is to guard against the return of the Nephilim. Her secret? The spirit of her children had been woven into the very fibers of her hair. For it is they who can birth a Nephilim. To pluck away one of her hairs is for that child to die.
Rhebul, Druantia’s father. An Angel, negligent in his duty, had fallen from grace. He will fight for right, and find redemption.
Jashma, an angelic custodian, one of the highest of the Angels. She craves carnal pleasures. She would rather consume the souls entrusted into her care, rather than to deliver them to their next destination.
The O’Byrne, Druantia's children, Druantia's blood. Born into this world. They are gifted and magical, cherished by Druantia. They are wantonly desired by Jashma, and championed by Rhebul.
Caught up in a battle from within their own house, they thought they had discovered and dealt with their enemy.
They were wrong.
About the Author
I’ve been addicted to reading since the fifth grade. I mainly write Magical Fantasy, but have just started writing Erotic Romance Suspense novels, in a new series called Monopoly Corporation. My first book is called, The Lie that is Vermont Avenue. Book Two, which I’m writing now, is called, Marvin Buried in the Gardens. Monopoly Corporation own Safe Houses across the nation. They give, Protect and Serve, a whole new meaning. I believe in living life to the fullest. Take a chance. Embrace what follows.. I was born in Norwalk, California in 1960, and grew up in Santa Cruz, California. At the age of ten, our family moved to Oregon. I miss the warm ocean. Christmas in the House of O'Byrne was my first novel. I was so taken with the story-line and characters of the book that I created a series called, Druantia's Children. In these books, the ancestry of their magical family is described. I was inspired to go back in time, and create stories for the original seven sisters who migrated to America. This series is called, The O'Byrne Daughters. I create all my own covers and artwork. It’s nice to be able to switch back and forth. I always have several books in the writing stage. It keeps my ideas fresh and alive. I fight with Fibromyalgia. It was suggested that I write about it. It took a while. I wanted it to be as blunt and forthcoming as I could make it. For those fighting with Fibromyalgia, I stress for them to pursue something they are passionate about. Something that will help them get up every morning. Never stop doing. I write to make people feel... to live. Embrace your life, and don’t let anyone steal your dreams!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved all six books. Though, still wondering about the dragons egg...lol.