SOLEDAD: DARK REPUBLIC BOOK ONE
WINNER – Independent Press Award
FINALIST – Next Generation Indie Book Awards
Soledad Paz is a slave, sold to a ruthless rebel leader by marauders who raided her home and murdered her parents. With her remarkable ability to see through any deception, she’s become an invaluable—and unwilling—secret weapon in the war to control the vast Texas wastelands.
But when a ghost from her former life unexpectedly appears, everything she thought she knew about her past shatters into oblivion and she resolves to find the truth…by any means necessary.
“The prose is lively, the premise smart, the story fast and gripping. Much recommended.”
— Stephen Baker, author of The Boost
INDIGO: DARK REPUBLIC BOOK TWO
For over twenty years, Indigo Cruz has worked the markets of the Texas wastelands, hustling wares, cutting deals, and earning a hard-won reputation as a tough, shrewd trader. In a dangerous, brutal world, she’s managed to carve out a comfortable, safe existence…until the day the Fundamentalist Church of Divine Wrath shows up on her turf, throwing her world into chaos.
Forced to serve as a guide for a mysterious mission, Indigo crosses paths with the runaway mind-reader Soledad Paz. But will their chance meeting be the key to Indigo’s survival or the final nail in her coffin?
“Incredible…a world of intrigue that hooked me from the first sentence and refused to let me go.”
— Andi O’Connor, award-winning author of Awakening
EL FLACO: DARK REPUBLIC BOOK THREE
For seventy-eight years, the Republic of Texas has been a dead, isolated nation, cut off from its motherland to the north by a militarized, impenetrable border. That ends today.
Six months after overthrowing the Dallasite regime and taking control of Texas, Ernesto “El Flaco” Guzmán is suddenly forced to cope with a new, unexpected adversary: The United States of America. As he faces down the Americans, the resurgent forces of his longtime enemy, the Reverend Zachariah Wright, threaten to undermine everything Guzmán has spent his lifetime fighting for.
With his enemies closing in, Guzmán needs the help of his trusted reader and secret weapon, Soledad Paz, now more than ever. But can he still rely on her, or is Soledad’s loyalty—like his own tenuous hold on power—a thing of the past?