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When he came back from the dead, I felt the storm coming.

I didn’t know that it would be me.

My grief—our grief—put on display for all to see.

Whatever Sari and her minions have planned, it will destroy the fragile peace within my family and take the entire Resistance with it.

My magick, Maeve, the Beast, my loves…

None of us will survive unscathed.

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Codename: The Rift is the first novel in a series of urban/dark fantasy novels and short stories. Readers have classified it as dark romance, dark fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi fantasy, shifter, and more. It is in multiple POV in an epistolary style that will make you feel as though you are part of the action. Everything in The Rift interconnects like individual threads in a spiderweb.

Codename: The Rift Boxed Set is a set of prequels written in The Early Years and The Winter, prior to Codename: The Rift begins. We highly recommend reading the first novel prior to reading these books.

A New World Order is a serial novel that is the second in the Codename series. All of your favorite characters return and new ones join the fray.

Once you enter the Rift, you may never want to return. 

 

★★★★★ Delilah is a powerful protagonist that readers can look up to, and her emotional and personal journey in the story is one that gives the plot its true heart.” ReadersFavorite.com reviewer.

“For this is a world where magic and mayhem mix; where the beasts within feed and humans are hunted; blood lust rules logic, driven by goddesses and gods while scientists seek to understand.” Goodreads Reviewer

Welcome to The Rift: a world of magic, intrigue, chaos, and conflict.

From the moment that Delilah stepped through the portal, the Rift was never the same. She won control of the defeated Resistance and created a home for those who felt stifled by the constraints of the ruling Cabal.

Their community has existed for years under the cover of magic, growing in numbers as they recruit more members who believe in sharing and forming bonds with one another.

Until now.

Delilah woke up with a strange mutation and it is rocking the foundations of her mates, her family, and their home. The combination of her new Beast and the demons in the doubles and droids is opening old wounds and causing more trouble every day.

She has no other choice.; she has to find a cure before it ruins everything.

After much soul searching, she realizes that the only person in the Rift who might have answers is an old enemy—a sexy, exiled assassin that fought for the Cabal during the Conflict.

Contacting him may save her… but it may destroy the world that she loves.

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Codename: The Rift is the first novel in a series of urban/dark fantasy novels and short stories. Readers have classified it as dark romance, dark fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi fantasy, reverse harem, shifter, and more. It is in multiple POV in epistolary style that will make you feel as though you are part of the action. It interconnects everything in the Rift like individual threads in a spiderweb. Once you enter the Rift, you may never want to return. 

Also available via libraries and independent bookstores through Ingram Spark.

Welcome to The Rift: a world of magic, intrigue, chaos, and conflict.

From the moment that Delilah stepped through the portal, the Rift was never the same.

She won control of the defeated Resistance and created a home for those who felt stifled by the constraints of the ruling Cabal. Their community has existed for years under the cover of magic, growing in numbers as they recruit more members who believe in sharing and forming bonds with one another. Everything was perfect until Delilah developed a mutation and sought help from one of their oldest enemies.

Going to Taurus for help was only the beginning of the changes that now echo through the Rift. Since that fateful night in the park, Delilah and Taurus have become inseparable. The spectacle of the Beltane ceremony revealed not only Delilah’s magic, but their secret relationship.

Now the Rift faces an internal turmoil between the factions vying for Delilah’s favor and the ferocity of her new family members. Alliances are shifting, plots are being hatched, and they reveal new secrets and loves as Delilah tries to navigate the new world order.

Will she be able to wrest control of everyone before the community wide party or will it be a disaster of epic proportions?

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Codename: The Rift is the first novel in a series of urban/dark fantasy novels and short stories. Readers have classified it as dark romance, dark fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi fantasy, reverse harem, shifter, and more. It is in multiple POV in epistolary style that will make you feel as though you are part of the action. It interconnects everything in the Rift like individual threads in a spiderweb.

A New World Order is a serial novel that is the second in the Codename series. All of your favorite characters return and new ones join the fray.

Once you enter the Rift, you may never want to return. 

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Welcome to The Rift: a world of magic, intrigue, chaos, and conflict.

Delilah is the leader of the Resistance, a splinter group that took control of their own corner of the Rift after the Conflict. 

She has developed a mutation that is changing her life as well as the lives of those she cares about. Everything in her relationships and her community has changed since the mutation became public knowledge. 

The first prequel in a series, Meet Delilah tells the story of our heroine and her primary mate struggling with the effects of her transition. 

Welcome to The Rift: a world of magic, intrigue, chaos, and conflict.

How do you forgive the people who were supposed to protect you when they fail?

Delilah may be the leader of the Resistance, but she’s lost control of her own family.

Her mutation changed her life.

Learning to live with it, control it, run the Resistance, and maintain balance in her large, back-stabbing family of mates is taking its toll.

Everything in her relationships and her community has changed since the mutation became public knowledge. She’s been manipulated into accepting the betrayal and hurt of her mates simply because she’s not the girl she was before the change. 

Delilah is struggling with the terrible events that her family participated in after that fated Christmas Party a month ago.

While she wants to forgive her family the incident that has kick-started a journey of discovery, she isn’t sure how.

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Welcome to The Rift: a world of magic, intrigue, chaos, and conflict.

Mating. Love. Betrayal. Pain.

Delilah–the celebrated leader of the Resistance–has a major problem. 

She developed a mutation that is changing her life. Everything in her relationships and her community has changed since the mutation became public knowledge. She’s been manipulated into accepting the betrayal and hurt of her mates simply because she’s not the girl she was before the change. 

In the weeks before Delilah ventures out to that fateful park from the beginning of Codename: The Rift, she finds herself considering her options with one of her oldest loves.

Can Victor convince her to take action?

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Bad decisions follow her like a trail of breadcrumbs. 

Delilah must figure out a solution to the madness that her life has become.

The echoes of the past catch up to her in the fourth prequel to Codename: The Rift.

What lead Delilah to the decision to meet the mercurial murderer in the park late that night?

Why is so she so desperate?

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Before the ‘Winter Incident’, before the Delilah prequels, the Rift was a very different community.

‘Free love’ and sharing was paramount in the Resistance.

The Maison was the party place to see and be seen.

The creation of reader favorite, Philomena, is a story that’s long overdue. 

Read about it in ‘Diary of Genesis’.

Welcome to The Rift: a world of magic, intrigue, chaos, and conflict.

From the moment that Delilah stepped through the portal, the Rift was never the same. She won control of the defeated Resistance and created a home for those who felt stifled by the constraints of the ruling Cabal. Their community has existed for years under the cover of magic, growing in numbers as they recruit more members who believe in sharing and forming bonds with one another. Everything was perfect until Delilah developed a mutation and sought help from one of their oldest enemies.

The prequels in this boxed set take place in two timeframes: The Early Years (prior to the Winter Incident) and The Winter (the weeks just prior to Codename: The Rift).

Diary of Genesis takes place in The Early Years. This short story is about the creation of the fan favorite droid, Philomena. The action includes characters from the Codename stories and relationships as they were prior to Delilah’s mutation.

Meet Delilah, Forgiveness, A Twisted Path, and The Beginning take place in The Winter. They tell the tale of Delilah’s life as she deals with the events of The Winter Incident and her decision to contact Taurus for help. The characters in these stories are in the Codename series and the relationships have changed.

We recommend reading Codename: The Rift prior to reading these prequels to better comprehend the world of The Rift before you start the prequels.

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Codename: The Rift is the first novel in a series of urban/dark fantasy novels and short stories. Readers have classified it as dark romance, dark fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi fantasy, reverse harem, shifter, and more. It is in multiple POV in epistolary style that will make you feel as though you are part of the action. It interconnects everything in the Rift like individual threads in a spiderweb.

A New World Order is a serial novel that is the second in the Codename series. All of your favorite characters return and new ones join the fray.

Once you enter the Rift, you may never want to return.

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You would think that throwing someone off of a building would kill them.

Apparently, it didn’t.

Mores the pity that I failed would have been my response at the time.

Now?

Now I get to ask the witch a favor.

Suck it up, cupcakes, because this is about to be a wild ride.

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Codename: The Rift is the first novel in a series of urban/dark fantasy novels and short stories. Readers have classified it as dark romance, dark fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi fantasy, reverse harem, shifter, and more. It is in multiple POV in an epistolary style that will make you feel as though you are part of the action. It interconnects everything in the Rift like individual threads in a spiderweb.

A New World Order is a serial novel that is the second in the Codename series. All of your favorite characters return and new ones join the fray.

Once you enter the Rift, you may never want to return. 

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This kitty has claws…

I’ve changed.

The old Delilah is no more and the new Queen is evolving.

After Sari’s meddling, I hunger: for vengeance, for punishment, and most of all, for blood.

I cannot strike out at my former family member for her insolence because it would start a war.

The world will bleed tonight in penance for her crimes.

He promised.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Codename: The Rift is the first novel in a series of urban/dark fantasy novels and short stories. Readers have classified it as dark romance, dark fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi fantasy, shifter, and more. It is in multiple POV in an epistolary style that will make you feel as though you are part of the action. Everything in The Rift interconnects like individual threads in a spiderweb.

Hallelujah is a short story set as a side quest during the main story of A New World Order (the second book of the series). You can read it without reading the second novel but reading prior to first or second novels MAY spoil you, depending on where your spoiler line is. It is dark, bloody, steamy, and may offend some with sensitivity about Christian religious beliefs.

You’ve been warned.

Once you enter the Rift, you may never want to return.