As a young boy, Ryder lived with his family, deep in the caves underneath the Kadin Forest, unaware of the horrors of the world. His simple world was turned upside down one horrible night when Grishma attacked his family, killing his father and kidnapping his mother and younger sister.
From that night on, Ryder devoted his life to killing Grishma. He tracked the monster from Necoh, to our world, and back again. Unfortunately, during his quest, he accidentally transported Brooklyn, a high school junior into his tumultuous world, where she is mistakenly identified as Princess Sophie, the missing princess of Sumner.
Days after Princess Sophie’s return, Grishma plots and manipulates the King into drugging and marrying off his only daughter to Prince Algid of Dratun. Desperate to save Brooklyn, who now believes she is the long lost princess, his mother, and his little sister, Ryder embarks on the deadliest part of his quest.
Will he save Brooklyn? Will she ever regain her memory? What will become of his mother and sister?
Through epic adventure, loss, and love, GRISHMA depicts the strength of the human spirit and the tight bonds formed by the unique creatures of Necoh.
Vowing to find a way back to Necoh, she goes to dangerous lengths and embarks on a deadly mission to find her love and help him destroy Grishma once and for all.
Lives will be lost, trust will be shattered, and secrets will be revealed…
Will Brooklyn find Ryder?
Will they finally put an end to Grishma’s murderous reign?
Their connection is instant and intense.
Ethan seems perfect. That is, until the pressure of Harper’s impending internship allows her to see a very different side to Ethan.
Jealousy is never pretty and it can be dangerous.
Leaving for L.A. is a perfect opportunity for Harper to start afresh. But it’s not long until she finds herself facing decisions that will question what and who she wants.
Will Harper find a way to forgive or will she find a new path for happiness?
I really enjoyed this book and the characters. It took an interesting turn towards the end, which I wasn’t expecting. I hope in the second book it clears up some of the “drama” and that went on. I really hope that Harper sticks to her guns and doesn’t let certain people back in her life again so she can be happy in her new life and I hope she stays in LA.
you have written, which one holds your heart a little more than the rest?
in my heart. I worked endless nights, read and reread, edited and reedited, my
debut novel and I’ll never forget the happy dance I did when I heard back from
Limitless Publishing that they were interested in publishing Grishma!
list when writing? If so can you share
some songs with us?
watch reruns of certain shows. For example, I think I watched every episode of The Closer at least once while writing Grishma.
lunch with any author (past or present) who would it be?
her as well!
you to write?
stories with others!
reading right now?
Gibson’s The Harder I Fall this
with any author who would it be?
I answered the lunch question! I would LOVE to co-write a book with Suzanne
Collins! Eek! I loved Hunger Games and
The Underland Chronicles! Call me,
should know about you?
before I send this back to Sarah, I’ll probably have to edit like seven of them
out of my responses. For real!
Thank you very much! 🙂 You rock!