• For Ben Sanders—traitor, thief, and temporal orphan—time is running out. After three years as a fugitive, with the police task force led by Lysander O’Donohue and Jacob Ofori hot on his heels, Ben has to resort to desperate measures to evade capture and find the key to locating his missing father, lost in time for over two decades. With secrets and conspiracies at every turn, the net grows ever tighter around him. Haunted by the people he betrayed, the loved ones he left behind, and the lives he ruined, it’s too late to stop now. But no matter what Ben does, there’s no escaping his past. With this exciting conclusion to the Out of Time series, it is recommended to read the first four books for full enjoyment. Available in Print from most major retailers.
  • As a consultant analyst for the most technologically advanced firms in the country, Danny Ferguson knows he's seen a lot of crazy stuff, but nothing comes close to his newest position at the Temporal Research Institute, the world's foremost time travel organisation. The corrupted piece of code Ferguson found on the TRI’s closed network is a serious concern for Lysander O'Donohue, the director of the TRI. Unable to trust his own people—any one of whom might be the source—he's forced to put all his trust in Danny to solve the mystery of the corrupt code and find the identity of the enemy within. But when an unexpected temporal gate opens, a straightforward code analysis becomes something a lot more complicated. Available in Print from most major retailers.
  • Time travel is a precarious business at the best of times, but when Qasim El-Fahkri’s mission to the past ends in violence, it has a ripple effect through every level of the Temporal Research Institute. Rhys Griffiths finds himself caught in the wake of the disastrous jump, his own career uncertain. With the Supervisory Board breathing down his neck, operatives demanding answers to baffling questions, and life outside of work bearing down on him, his only respite comes from Qasim’s company. As the professional slowly becomes the personal, they must confront the echoes of their own pasts to try and move forward in the future. But another past is waiting for Qasim, and there may be no coming back from this one… For full enjoyment, it is recommended to first read books 1, Time Waits, and 2, Time Lost. Available in Print from most major retailers.
  • Mark Noland doesn't know how he always ends up in these situations. All he wants is a few quiet days on Rescon with his new boyfriend Gavnson. But he’s just finished a job, and the rest of his team wants their pay. A simple trip to the bank shouldn’t be much trouble, and then it’s back to peace and quiet. What could possibly go wrong? The answer to this is apparently robbery, kidnapping, and a foot chase across town. A run to the bank takes on a whole new meaning when you also have to thwart the bad guys. A simple crime unravels to something much more. Amidst the chaos, Mark and Gavnson not only end up with new friends, but a renewed focus on Gavnson's ongoing PTSD issues—once they finally have a moment to themselves. *Bank Run is the second installment in the Expanding Horizons series and is best read after book one, Oops, Caught.
    Bank Run
  • The #1 rule of superhero training camp is you don’t talk about superhero training camp. Or your parents. Or their powers, which is the only thing saving Vince’s life—he’s the son of a notorious supervillain. But the secret could become a deadly deception when he falls into a super-powered entanglement with gorgeously heroic cabinmate Locke. When their instructor disappears, Vince’s father may be to blame. Torn between loyalties, Vince’s greatest fear is that his father’s taint will corrupt him and poison his heart against Locke. Vince might be doomed to follow in his father’s footsteps, but he hopes love can beat genetics. Available in Print from most major retailers.
    The Power of Love
  • A SunFire Imprint Book In a futuristic world, Neverland is a holomatrix, Hook is a cyborg, and Tinker Bell is an automated computer interface. Peter is desperate to save his lover from a military draft that, unbeknownst to him, Mir volunteered for because they are desperate to be able to fly. So, naturally, Peter programs an entire island—Neverland—as a refuge where Mir can fly without having to fight in a war. But he doesn't locate Mir right away; instead, he fights for control of the island with automated interface Tinker Bell, and in his attempts to find Mir, others arrive on the island. But Peter’s single-minded focus on Mir generates repercussions for everyone.
    Lost Boy, Found Boy