Gabriella's past is a mystery, but that never stopped her from achieving her goals. As a supernatural specialist, and far more intelligent than anyone her age, she has always been ignored by her peers. Because of the isolation she has always felt, she put her life and soul into her job. Being a supernatural specialist hasn't given her the divine intervention she always longed for, until one day a shipment arrives from Italy containing three dead bodies with an uncanny ability to regenerate.
"Left wanting more"
The Secret Clock Society has infiltrated every aspect of the government. You can't hide from them, you can't out run them - the only choice is to surrender or die fighting. Well, Summer's found her voice and her confidence. She'll fight if necessary, but for now she's on the run. And the only place that can offer her refuge is the one city that's been devastated with disease and death. Full of savages, Forsaken Harbor holds her life on the edge of a knife. Is there still hope to be found here after all? Or will survival mean savagery?
"Great second book in a series"
Sold into slavery to pirates at the young age of four, Summer learns to survive the rough seas of subterfuge and thieves through silence. When the boat she's lived on most of her life is destroyed, Summer finds herself washed up on the shore of a new world, a phantom universe full of the bizarre and extraordinary. She meets Gage, the one boy who understands the girl with no speech. But when their lives are put on the line, will Summer finally call out? Or will all be lost in the fathomless depth of silence?
"Summer is amazing."
After the battle in Italy, Joseph tries to live a normal life, but that's just not in the cards for him. He's engaged to the Illuminator's sister Jenna, has a Fallen Angel bodyguard, and plans on adopting the cutest five year old anyone's ever seen. If that isn't enough to keep anyone busy, now Joseph's home is under attack by reporters and protestors. After a frightening incident that leaves his house in ashes, he decides he's had enough. It's war.