“I loved him the moment his dark eyes met mine, and I swore I would do anything to get him.” The year was 2087, the height of the second Civil War. The Patriot Party waged a fiery assault against the government in response to the oil drought. They were successful, winning cities and territories, burning as they went… So begins Book One of the Dark Revolution series, a tale where the future is ruled by an elite group that dictates what people eat, what they wear, even who they marry. Caught in the middle is Anna Hinton, a young woman torn between her desire for Branthe, a mysterious rebel, and loyalty to her family. But when Branthe reveals a secret that shakes the very foundation of her beliefs, will the truth prove too much for Anna to handle?
Ten years ago, Drian Becker underwent the Rendering, a humiliating body exam imposed upon the masses by her father, a commander in the Patriot Army. Being a high ranking official’s daughter, Drian thought she was safe from the practice—not so. Her father’s betrayal left her emotionally scarred and dishonored.
It’s now 2098. Drian hasn’t thought about the Rendering since she became leader of a rebel faction—mostly because she’s an expert at hiding her feelings behind a thick outer wall of badass attitude.
All that changes when Colvin Hinton walks into her camp. With his easy swagger and even easier demeanor, Colvin makes being a rebel look good enough to taste. But when Drian finds herself tangled in his charms she lets down her guard, giving an old enemy the chance to take her out once and for all.
If loving a man is this dangerous, would Drian have been better off remaining in the clutches of her father and living with the scars of being RENDERED?
As a rebel spy, Abby Westbrook has duped her fair share of marks and right now, she’s only a hair’s breath away from getting the current one to divulge all his secrets. So when she’s invited on a weekend trip to his estate, she figures it’s a done deal. There’s just one thing Abby doesn’t count on—her husband being one of the guests.
If there’s one thing Atticus Draper can’t stand, it’s rebels. For the past ten years he’s devoted his life to the Patriot Party and their cause, which means living by the adage the only good rebel is a dead one. This theology has never been a problem until he sees Abby Westbrook, a woman who’s the spitting image of his dead wife.
When Abby goes to great lengths to avoid him, Atticus realizes the truth—she’s a rebel spy. Will Atticus let his loyalty to the Patriot Party overrule the devotion in his heart to the woman he once loved, or will he find himself baited by a rebel trap?
Baited is Book Three in the Dark Revolution series: All the oil is gone. So is the United States government as we know it. It’s been replaced by a faction called the Patriot Party, a group that maintains control of the people by imprisoning anyone who speaks out against them. The only resistance exists in the form of small bands of rebel fighters. Join them as they attempt to bring light back into the world and end the dark revolution.
When Drake Vanlay severed ties with the rebels of Corinth, he didn’t look back. But now they need him for one final mission—secure the means to get the power grid up and running. It’s a task that requires going undercover in the Hold, a prison for women who failed the Rendering, the government’s mandated purity test. He expects the place to be brutal, but what he doesn’t expect is to lose his heart.
Tess McCann escaped death at the hands of the Patriot Party only to be imprisoned in the Hold. But that’s fine with her, for Tess has secrets that must remain hidden from the outside world. When she’s forced to assist the Hold’s handsome new Protector, Tess is wary—administrators love inflicting brutal punishment on their victims. But this new Protector is kind, caring—everything the leaders of the Hold aren’t. When he starts taking her beyond the prison’s walls, Tess is convinced he’s hiding something.
As Drake falls for Tess, he’s put in a difficult situation—get the information he needs from her or pursue the passion brewing between them. But will Tess trust him enough to relinquish her deepest secrets? Or will those secrets tear them apart and get them both killed?