forgotten gods may have just been released, but Tim's not done yet! His next adventure, Nadia, blends near-future sci-fi and psycho-supernatural action into a paranormal thriller you won't be able to put down. In the meantime, make sure you've read all of the Lucky 13 Trilogy (Lucky 13, The Lighthouse, & Redemption) and The Legend of the Blade. Stay posted for more updates!
Greed, lust, power: the American dream. The story begins with recently promoted Kayla Rose, a young energetic New York City detective, trying to maintain the delicate balance between her work and personal life, secretly falling in love with her sweet, but rough-edged partner, Jamie Branson. A gruesome mass-murder leads them down a path of mystery and lies, amplified by her younger sister’s premonitions, the grisly details unfolding in her nightmares. Soon, they find themselves involved with a curious old priest and his demon-hunting apprentice. As the story unfolds, the ambiguous web unravels into a shocking revelation: the only logical answer to their investigation is not of this world. Finding themselves trapped in a raging conflict between angels and demons, they realize the truth as events lead them to Christ’s grace. In the end, hope, love, and truth prevail.
The tables have turned, and though Triton is nearly forgotten, his legacy continues on in the form of the Frenchman. The power Thirteen once used for his own purposes is now aimed straight at the heart of a new order: The Collective. But the war is not over, it has only just begun. The epic battle concludes as Heaven and Hell collide in the streets of Paris, the heroes of Lucky 13 following a dark killer’s trail to Europe and the roots of Triton’s sinister plan. It is here that Gavin, Ashley, Jamie, Kayla, and Michael must face the truth of forgiveness and finish Triton’s conspiracy once and for all. In the end, will they find redemption? God only knows…
Brazil. Deep within the Amazon, veiled far below the rainforest canopy, a village is massacred. Upon investigation, officials rule it tribal genocide, but there’s a problem with their findings: there are no remains. The villagers are gone, lost to the jungle; among the missing, a family of American missionaries. News of the tragedy travels stateside, leaving John Campbell, the brother of the missionary, confused and angry. A week later, John receives a curious brown paper package in the mail, postmarked from Rio De Janeiro, a customs label slapped crookedly across the top. His hands shake as he loosens the wrapping and realizes what’s enclosed: his brother’s leather-bound journal. Included is a sloppily written note from a fisherman claiming to know what really happened and that the government had lied about the village’s fate. In a quest for truth, John Campbell embarks on a dangerous journey to the Amazon. But will he find what he’s looking for or be left with more questions that need answered?
Recommended Audience: 18+
Five years have passed since the events in New York City. With Thirteen dead, Gavin and Ashley relocated to a small Ohio town, his life as a demon hunter nothing more than a memory. Meanwhile, Kayla and Jamie have started a family in Chicago, trading one metropolis for the next as they adjust to the ever changing world of parenthood. But peace is short lived as the past comes back to haunt them. Though Triton is gone, his legacy has continued in the form of a secret society known only as The Order. Soon Ashley disappears, taking with her an unexpected secret, leaving Gavin to pick up the pieces. Now hunted by Triton’s partners and an assassin on his trail, Gavin is forced into an unexpected partnership as he races against time and fights to save Ashley, all the while falling deeper into darkness.
1303. Feudal Japan. Smoke rises from the lush green valleys. Screams echo off the mountain walls. All across the countryside, children are disappearing, ripped from their homes, their villages left in ruin. Young Sheng and his best friends, Daisuke and Kimiko, fall victim to these attacks. In Kyoto, the imperial throne is highly contested between the Daikaku-ji and Jimyo-in families. However, the real power resides to the east where the shogunate rules from Kamakura. There lives an opportunistic samurai, Takeshi Hasegawa. His hand is firm, his jaw unflinching. His dream: to rule all of Japan and unite the people of the Northern and Southern kingdoms once again. And to do that, he must build an army. Sheng is taken to Kamakura and placed in a special school. Educated by the wisest teachers and greatest warriors, he and his classmates are trained in the way of the samurai. Hasegawa’s plan is in place, his evil begun; time the only obstacle between him and his fate as supreme ruler. But there is one who can stand against the oppression of the wicked Hasegawa, one who will rise to free his people and protect the honor of the imperial throne, one who will become The Legend of the Blade.
By T. James Reese
Recommended Audience: 13+
Synopsis coming soon...
The President is dead. Martial Law is in effect as the United States of America falls into an ever deepening chaos - and this is just the beginning. Terrorist splinter cells strike without warning. The federal government collapses, clinging to what is left with iron fisted resolve. But who is the real enemy? Are they foreign or domestic? As some prepared citizens resist, a modern civil war rages. In the midst of the breakdown, FBI special agent Solomon Grier tries to make sense of all that has happened, managing a delicate balance between survival and duty to keep the oath he’s sworn to his country. Can he put the
pieces back together or is it already too late?