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The Green Sky Series


The Dagger

Prequel to The Green Sky Series

With the murder of her father, Lizette Wickham sets out on an unexpected adventure that will take her from the safety and comfort of her home on the island of Manta Cay and into a world filled with dangerous pirates, lost treasure and unexpected romance. Lizette’s life, and that of her brother, are in danger. She’s been tasked by a notorious pirate with finding a stolen treasure. If she fails, the results would be disastrous. The only man who can help her has a fearsome reputation of his own. Can she trust him with her life? Can she trust him with her heart?


Years at sea, with only brief time spent ashore, hasn’t left Rourke Mackall much room for love in his life. The unexpected death of his friend, Governor William Wickham, upends everything when Rourke meets the governor’s daughter, whom he has sworn to protect. Working together with Lizette to find a missing treasure and the man who murdered her father creates an undeniable attraction that could change both their lives forever.  

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Green Sky At Night

Book One of The Green Sky Series

Danielle York has fallen through time and into the arms of pirate captain, Jameson Mackall. Mistaking the ship and crew who rescue her as just part of a totally authentic pirate party cruise, she’s in for a shock when she realizes where and when she actually is. With no idea how she got there or how to get home, Danielle must trust in the people of the time, but should she trust a pirate?

Jameson Mackall proves to her again and again that he will help her navigate the murky waters of the century she finds herself in. He wants Danielle to stay but understands her need to leave. If she’s able to go home, time and distance will destroy the bond that has grown between them. If she stays, she must answer one question. Is the pirate life for her?


The Golden Hook

Book Two of The Green Sky Series

What happens when swashbuckling pirates meet time traveling twenty-first century women?


Edward Sutherland has always been a self-assured and confident man of the sea. He’s spent years alongside his friend and captain Jameson Mackall and until now has only ever wanted to find treasure and retire a wealthy man. He wasn’t expecting to travel through time and he certainly wasn’t expecting to meet a woman who would challenge and impress him at every turn.


Susanna Cole has lost her best friend in a boating accident. In a deep state of grief she is about to close her once thriving business when a stranger walks through her door with a letter from her friend. A letter dated 1724. Can she believe this man? Or is he playing some cruel joke.


Two strangers with one goal, to get back to the year 1724. There are plans to be made, treasure to be found and most importantly they must locate the one woman who can possibly help them in their quest. The feelings they are developing for one another will be put to the test when history as it is written comes into play and the life of Edward Sutherland is on the line.


Silver Belle
Book Three of The Green Sky Series

She thought he was her enemy. Could he be her salvation?


Belle Silver, pirate captain of The Enchantress, is on the run. In need of a safe haven, she seeks the help of the witch Morwenna who transports her through time to present-day Charleston, South Carolina. Belle is truly a fish-out-of-water as she navigates through the world of electric lights, cars and a modern-day Christmas.


Christopher Plumb is not someone who could be mistaken for a pirate, but Belle Silver believes him to be his many times great-grandfather, a man who stole treasure from Belle and her father John Silver. It takes some convincing on Christopher’s part, but eventually Belle can accept him for who he is, a modern-day treasure hunter and owner of a pirate museum. He offers his assistance in helping Belle find a treasure that has been missing since the eighteenth century. Finding the treasure may be what she wants but finding love could be what she needs.

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