Shaman, Healer, Heretic (Book One)Olivia Lawson is a modern-day shaman who just wants to make the rent. But as techno-shamans around her inexplicably die, Livvy must defy centuries of prohibitions in a desperate bid to survive. As she clashes with other shamans and fends off real-world vigilantes, Livvy ultimately understands that the rules are there for a reason and breaking them has a terrible cost.
Shaman, Friend, Enemy (Book Two)Despite vaulting to rock star status, techno-shaman Olivia Lawson’s personal life skids to a stop. Forced to confront the secret of her beginning in shamanism, Livvy’s single-minded quest to heal the past puts her on a collision course with those dearest to her. No longer interested in walking a fine line, Livvy discovers that–when the one thing you need is the one thing you can’t have–you’ll risk everything.
Shaman, Sister, Sorceress (Book Three)Even the peaceful Hopi villages of the Arizona mesas won’t give Livvy the break she needs. Drawn into an ancient and bitter conflict, techno-shaman Olivia Lawson struggles to do what’s right. But when an unexpected chance to be with the man she loves materializes, Livvy finds that, where choice begins, innocence ends.
Shaman, Priestess, Pawn (Book Four)In the heartland of the ancient Maya, techno-shaman Olivia Lawson isn’t just an oddity, she’s an outcast. Among ultra-clandestine shamans long thought to be extinct, plans hide within plans. As she and SK navigate treacherous waters, her pursuit of wisdom quickly descends into a race for survival. Driven to find her own path, Livvy must accept that change isn’t just hard, it’s deadly.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING
Began reading this just as a way to pass the time. Ended by staying up too late just to get one more chapter.— , Amazon
I just love the techno-shaman world! Can hardly wait for the next book. I feel like I’m learning a lot anthropologicallly. That sounds kind of strange but there is a lot of research in theses books. I can tell. Good stuff!— , Amazon
From the first page this story just took off and I had to read to the end. That’s a good story. Apparently, I’m not the only one that thinks so because this book is a 2011 Semi-Finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. Grats!— , Amazon