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The Anomalies Series

Book #1: Control


For eighteen-year-old Cole Callahan, an Anomaly is not something he’s ever wanted to be. But when his brightly colored eyes draw the attention of government agents under suspicion of being just that, he’s dragged from his foster home and nearly drugged unconscious- despite his distinct lack of supernatural abilities.

When a girl named Rune comes to his rescue, Cole is introduced to a community of individuals with strange and otherworldly powers at Skye tower, a hidden safe house for Anomalies. There, he comes to terms with the realities of a life rejected by society and targeted by government scientists- and confronts the notion that he could be harboring a secret power of his own.

As he struggles for acceptance among his new peers, Cole suddenly finds himself with bigger things to worry about. With their home torn apart and several Anomalies kidnapped, can the rest work out a plan to save the day?

Book #2: Power


In a former life, Talia would only know Cole Callahan as a file on her boss’ desk, a face in the crowd that she’d once given directions to that time he’d gone running headfirst into a crumbling building. Her life would be cookie cutter, living and working with her best friend. The most exciting thing that would have happened to her would be lived vicariously through her fellow Anomaly co-workers of the Pravitas Department.

In this life, though, she followed Cole. She and her best friend were kidnapped by the Skye tower Anomalies. Cole decided to come back with her and join it. Her former life became a fond and distant memory.

Now Cole is a Pravitas Anomaly. Talia’s teaching him the ropes and finally getting to be out in the field while she does it. Her only problem? Cole still doesn’t trust- or even like- most of them, and he’s too obviously only there to protect the Skye Anomalies from the department. She likes Cole, thinks he can actually help the department, but getting him to see that past his personal bias is proving harder than it should be, and torn loyalties could land both of them in serious trouble.

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