"I have rarely loved a male character so much in a novel as I have in When Stars Die! [Oliver Cromwell's] incredible! Not only because he is attractive, tender,funny and extremely captivating, but also because he made me feel a lotof things. And not necessarily in a good way..."--My Bookshelf is Yours
"'When Stars Die' is rich with religious allegory, using the abuse,bigotry and secrecy of the church to illustrate the challenging choicesthat face a young woman in a world dominated by dogma."--Examiner
From the Author
When Stars Die was born out of a dark time in my life--and it is my first published book. It's critical themes are death, betrayal, love, loyalty, sibling love, abuse, and bigotry. I knew I wanted the book to be dark from the start, but I did struggle trying to find a balance between not dark enough and too dark.
Well, I seem to have struck the right amount of darkness.
Expect more dark material from me in the future!