Venturing into non-fiction, Jordan Dane has written One Author's Aha Moments bringing together the writing epiphanies she often shares at workshops and conferences. Aspiring writers and veteran writers alike can find inspirations in these pages.
Coming November 27, 2013!
When the Believers torture a mysterious homeless boy, Oliver Blue, they brainwash him into betraying his own. The psychic Indigo boy becomes a deadly pawn to take down Gabriel Stewart, a powerful Crystal child bent on stopping the fanatical church and their sick experiments on helpless children.
Harlequin Teen, November 2013, ISBN: 9780373210930
Oliver Blue glared at her for another strained moment before he finally stood.
"I'm coming down. Stay put and don't move."
When the guy vanished into the shadows of the abandoned warehouse, Caila listened for him, but heard nothing. Not a creak of a floorboard or a scuff of a boot. He simply reappeared from behind a pile of tossed empty boxes. Dressed in worn jeans with holes in the knees and a black T-shirt with a bloody yellow smiley face on the chest, Oliver walked toward her with his eyes fixed on her.
That's what she'd remembered most about him. His eyes were smoky green, intense and unforgettable. When they first met, she wanted him to look at her, but whenever he did, she felt raw and exposed as if he knew all her sins. Seeing him in the shadows magnified that feeling.
He was bigger than she recalled and towered over her with his broad shoulders and long legs. His scruffy dark hair and bristled chin made him look older, even though Zack had told her that he was nineteen. He had a distinctive upward turn to the corners of his lips that made her believe smiling had once been easy for him, but an unshakable sadness in his eyes weighed heavier now.
In another life she could picture him being a good son, tolerable brother, and anyone's trusted best friend, but too much had happened to change him.
When 15-year old Lucas Darby becomes the prime target of a fanatical church that hunts psychic Indigo kids, his sister Rayne finds her only ally is a mysterious runaway boy with unimaginable powers that could doom them all.
Five years ago Abbey Chandler cheated Death. She survived a horrific car accident, but her lucky break came at the expense of her mother's life and changed everything. After she crossed paths with Death—by taking the hand of an ethereal boy made of clouds and sky—she would never be normal again. Abbey finds out the hard way that Death never forgets.
Brenna Nash is a dark and angry 16-year old girl dealing with the aftermath of being the only witness at the death of another young girl two years earlier. She'd been the one who had turned in the killer. And the accused murderer was the only true friend she had, Isaac "White Bird" Henry, a half-breed outcast of the Euchee tribe not much older than she is. Now years later, Brenna is forced to return to the small town of Shawano, Oklahoma where her ordeal happened.
And Shawano is the last place Brenna wants to be.