Artwork by Heather Ryerson of Ryerson Illustration.

How much easier everything looks

when you can't see a thing.


Ikey wanted to stay on the farm and care for the uncle who made him a master mechanic, but a lost bet with the Admiral changed everything.

 

Forced to accompany the Admiral to Whitby, Ikey is soon in the thick of the Admiral's secret project--an airship like no other, one that will seal Great Britain's victory in World War I. Trapped in a strange, new world, apprenticed to a gruff but brilliant engineer named Cross, Ikey seeks comfort in the company of Cross's mysterious wife, Rose. She obscures her face with a veil and keeps the house dark at all hours. Her impossibly long, beautiful fingers stop Ikey’s breath and leave him wondering about her nature.

 

As Ikey works to unravel Rose's secrets, he is caught up in a web of lies and deceit that threatens the airship, his relationship with Rose, and even his very life. Challenged from all sides, Ikey must decide what he values most, and what price he will pay for love.

A haunting novel of love and darkness available from Amazon.com.

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Ikey Berliss lost his arm and eyesight saving his friend Cross from a burning airship. Now, Ikey and Cross travel to the city of Kerryford in search of mechanical substitutes. But the cost Ikey must pay is far more than he expected. Separated from Cross, Ikey relies on his mechanical skills and ingenuity to survive imprisonment in a forced-labor factory. With the help of a pair of new friends, Ikey must decide how much, and who, he is willing to sacrifice in order to escape a world brimming with monsters both natural and man-made.

The sequel to Arachnodactyl, available from Amazon.com

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