Young Adult Novels

In the Arms of Stone Angels

Two years ago I did a terrible thing. I accused my best friend of being a killer after seeing him kneeling over a girl’s body. That moment and that outcast boy still haunt me.

Now my mom is forcing me back to Oklahoma and I can’t get White Bird out of my mind. When I find out he’s not in juvie—that he’s in a mental hospital, locked in his tormented brain at the worst moment of his life—I can’t turn my back on him again. No one wants me to see him. My mom doesn’t trust me. The town sheriff still thinks I was involved in the murder and the other kids who knew the dead girl are after me.

I’m as trapped as White Bird. When I touch him, I get sucked into his living hell, a vision quest of horrifying demons and illusions of that night. Everything about him scares me now, but I have to do something. This time I can’t be a coward. This time I have to be his friend.

Even if I get lost.


“In the stillness of headstones,
Darkness is my blanket.
And forever is an endless song.
In the arms of stone angels, I’m not afraid.
Because finally and completely,
I belong.”
—Brenna Nash


“In her first YA novel, adult thriller writer Dane pens a macabre tale. Thoroughly eerie, the plot includes flashbacks and nightmares involving crossing over into the spirit world, while Dane’s well-developed characters provide an authentic exploration of guilt, loyalty, and belonging.”
—Publishers Weekly

Bookurt’s WOOT LIST of 2011: To earn that honor, according to Bookyurt, it has to amp Katie up, geek her out, and leave her ridiculously happy. Katie summed up by saying, “This book took me by storm. I didn’t think any YA paranormal could surprise me at this stage, but did this book ever—and wow it packs quite a punch. I’ve already re-read it twice.”

“Most Deliciously Awesome Reads of 2011,” Jen at Fictitious Musings

WINNER of the Best Young Adult Novel of 2011, Emerging Novelists

RUNNER UP in the “Best of 2011-Paranormal Category,” Booktwirps

On a Dark Wing

The choices I had made led to the moment when fate took over. I would learn a lesson I wasn’t prepared for. And Death would be my willing teacher.

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.

Now she’s the target of Death’s ravens and an innocent boy’s life is on the line. When Nate Holden—Abbey’s secret crush—starts to climb Alaska’s Denali, the Angel of Death stalks him because of her.

And Abbey finds out the hard way that Death never forgets.


“Dane’s On a Dark Wing is a great new tale about death, love and starting over. It’s an exciting mix that will remind readers of Bree Despain’s The Lost Saint and Rachel Vincent’s Soul Screamers. Paranormal fans will love this. A compelling page turner.”
—RT Magazine in a YA Featured Review

“Forget the Grim Reaper, Jordan Dane’s version of Death is a handsome boy with a radiant body and irresistible blue eyes. On a Dark Wing is a gripping paranormal thriller with all the emotion of budding teenage romance and Abbey brings plenty of attitude to the story. Intelligent, emotive storytelling offering a very different side to death.”
—The Cairns Post, Entertainment News

“Most Deliciously Awesome Reads of 2011,” Jen at Fictitious Musings

The Hunted Series

Indigo Awakening

The Hunted Series
Book 1 of 2
Because of what you are, the Believers will hunt you down.

Voices told Lucas Darby to run. Voices no one else can hear. He’s warned his sister not to look for him, but Rayne refuses to let her troubled brother vanish. On her desperate search, she meets Gabriel Stewart, a runaway with mysterious powers and far too many secrets. Rayne can’t explain her crazy need to trust the strange yet compelling boy—even though he scares her.

They discover Lucas is running from the Believers, a fanatical church secretly hunting psychic kids—gifted “Indigo” teens feared to be the next evolution of mankind. Now Rayne’s only hope is Gabe, who is haunted by an awakening power—a force darker than either of them imagine—that could doom them all.


“Dane’s first offering in her new series, The Hunted, is sensational. It has strong characters and a wild and intense story, matched only by the emotions it will generate within you. Readers will eagerly await the next adventure. Fantastic! A keeper.”
—Romantic Times Book Review Magazine, 4.5 Stars (out of 5)

“Ultra-psychic children with intense blue auras find themselves under attack from a group of fanatics. Galloping suspense, romance, and pathos. The Indigo children stand out as interesting characters. Exciting.”
—Kirkus Reviews

WINNER of “Best of 2012” Paranormal Category, Booktwirps

Crystal Fire

The Hunted Series
Book 2 of 2

Because of what you are, the Believers will hunt you down 

A storm is brewing on the streets of L.A., one that has intensified since a tragic and deadly confrontation claimed an innocent life.

While Gabriel Stewart trains his army of teen psychics to stop Alexander Reese—the obsessed leader of the Believers—the fanatical church becomes more bent on the annihilation of all Indigo and Crystal children. They’re silencing the voices of the telepathic hive, one soul at a time, with frightening experiments cruelly executed on vulnerable minds.

When the Believers torture a mysterious homeless boy, Oliver Blue, they brainwash him into betraying his own. The boy becomes a deadly pawn sent to take Gabriel down. As the fires of chaos burn around him, Gabe is running out of time. He’ll need to confront his past—and the man who made him—before the hope of peace for the future is silenced forever.


“Jordan Dane is a fresh new voice in young adult paranormal fiction.”
P C Cast, New York Times Bestseller of the House of Night Series

“With a new take on the paranormal, Jordan Dane is one of the most compelling and honest voices in young adult fiction. Deliciously dark!”
Sophie Jordan, New York Times Bestseller of Firelight