BioSome say she's an ancient creature of nightmare that was unleashed from beneath the ocean, come to devour the souls of men. Others say that she's a cosmic being from the beyond the stars that has taken corporeal form to learn our ways for some unknown end...
In truth, L.C. Mawson lives in a tower in the middle of a haunted forest, far from civilisation and is definitely not a witch who curses those who trespass upon her land. And she definitely cannot turn into a dragon that flies over cities in the dead of night and whose cries are often mistaken for an approaching storm. Where did you hear that? That's absurd...
The only contact she has with humanity is publishing a book once a month, which is definitely just for fun and not part of an ancient contract with a trickster god.
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Rebel (Engineered Rebel Book One)
Alex was genetically engineered and trained from birth to hunt magical beings, but she left that life behind for the love of an angel.
But when fate, and Alex's former family, separate them, Alex is left with no choice. If she ever wants to be free - to stop running - she'll have to turn and fight those who raised her.
The question is, can she do it alone, or will she have to trust her former friends and siblings who may very well be spies for the enemy?
REBEL is the first book in the Engineered Rebel series and is part of L.C. Mawson's Snowverse.
Loneliness/Justice: An Aspects Prequel
"Fitting in" had never really appealed to Lex.
Not that she would be capable of it if it did, but she didn't care. Not when she had two friends by her side that she knew would never leave, right?
But living in a world of monsters, with only superpowered warriors to protect them, should have meant she knew better.
When her two only friends are called to join these warriors, she's left alone.
But maybe her loneliness is exactly what will save her...
Loneliness/Justice is a prequel to the Aspects YA sci-fi series.
The Almosts: Book One
A real job? In this economy? Maybe robbing banks isn’t such a terrible idea after all…
Kara had always been good with computers. She was autistic. Go figure. But when she finds herself caught in the middle of a bank heist and able to see impossible things, she starts to figure that there might be more to it than that.
After losing her job, she’s out of options, so when a woman appears in her house claiming to be some kind of witch, telling Kara that she has the ability to magically control machines, and offering her a job with her heist crew, Kara hesitates before throwing her out.
Maybe there are worse places for a quasi-magical autistic woman to be than on the wrong side of the law…
THE ALMOSTS is the first book in The Almosts Trilogy, a series of paranormal heist novellas set within L.C
The Freya Snow Pup Trilogy: Books 1-3
Follow Freya Snow during her first three years as a demon hunter as she deals with being hunted, failing exams, faerie curses, trying to get an autism diagnosis, balancing her magic with girlfriends and boyfriends, and trying to figure out exactly how she fits into the dangerous world of magic. The collection includes the first three Freya Snow novels (Hunt, White, and Wings) as well as the Short Story Collection and Family, the first short story following Freya’s sister Alice.
Lady Caroline of House Raven had once been meant to be Queen of the Underworld. But when another conspired to steal her place, she had been disgraced and had fled to learn the ways of the Wardens of Maltess, deep in the mountains.
After five years, Caroline was at home with the Wardens.
But when word arrives that her brother, the head of their house has died, leaving her his only heir, Caroline must leave the Wardens and return to the pit of vipers she had once fled...
Castaway Heart: Book One
When their home becomes dangerous, twin mermaids - Lyna and Dyna - must venture to Earth in search of a way to return to Atlantis free from fear. But when they find some unexpected help along the way, the question becomes if going back is really what they want...
Lady Ruth Constance Chapelstone and the Clockwork Suitor
Lady Ruth Constance Chapelstone never cared much for boys. She was too fixated on fashion or engines to give them much notice. An "inventor's disposition" is how her uncle referred to it when she would forget basic necessities, like food or sleep.
But proper ladies don't spend their days reinventing the steam engine, so Lady Ruth's uncle helped her to create a persona - The Owl: Britain's greatest inventor.
The Owl is sought after, but so is Lady Ruth, and making sure that she remains free to pursue her inventions may take every ounce of her cunning.
Hunt - Freya Snow: Book One
Fourteen and hunted.
As far as Freya is concerned, she has always been human. Autistic, and more than a little sarcastic, maybe, but definitely human.
In truth, she’s anything but.
When Demons start chasing her, she discovers a part of herself that she never knew existed. Magic. But if she’s not careful, she may find herself as nothing more than a pile of ashes, paying for her dead mother’s mistakes…
The world is a dangerous place, and a girl alone is nothing but prey.
HUNT is a YA urban fantasy novel with a dash of sci-fi. It is the first book in the Freya Snow series.