Author of young adult novels Stratagem and The Brothers Finn and new adult series The Chronicles of Emma Stevens and The Chronicles of Weston Morley.

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Companion Series

Weston Morley is not really a bad guy billionaire, he's just a little misunderstood. Driven by his need to avenge the death of his parents and steal back the technology that was stolen from his father, Weston won't let anyone or anything get in his way. Until he meets Emma Stevens. And she turns out to be Mrs. Invisible. 
 If you like real world superheroes, action, and explosions, you'll love this story.
Both Mr. Billionaire and Mrs. Invisible are the first books in the companion series, telling the exact same story from different perspectives. Even the chapters align! Want to see sparks fly when they first meet in VIP of Club Indigo? Turn to Chapter 6 in either book!

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