The Light Trilogy

Light of the World

As if going off to college isn't hard enough, Rayne discovers she has other challenges beyond roommates or first-year workload. 

She discovers the fate of the world resting on her small shoulders, not to mention the creepy whispers that taunt her in her sleep each night. 
In the haze of her dreams she hears it, 'You're dead. You're dead and I just forgot to tell you.' 

The sentence is alarming in itself. 

Add to that, the voice whispering to her is her mother's, and you have a real nightmare. 

But what happens when the whispers in your sleep are warnings and the ghosts in the water are your friends? 

What happens when the guy you fall for freshman year is your family's oldest enemy? 

What happens when the only sleep you get is when you lie with the dead, and the only way to save yourself is to murder your parents? 

With the help of her new friends and old lovers, Rayne discovers her destiny has very little to do with midterms and more to do with the fate of humanity.

The Four Horsemen

"I watched as the Lamb opened the first of the seven seals. 
Then I heard one of the four living creatures say in a voice like thunder, 
"Come and see!" 
I looked, and there before me was a white horse! 
Its rider held a bow, and he was given a crown, 
and he rode out as a conqueror bent on a conquest." 
Revelations 6:1-2 

"You were born dead and only the dead may claim you" 

Her dreams have not changed, nor have the words being whispered to her. 
Rayne has until her birthday to finish the job she started, 
but just as she ends the second devil, things change. 
She discovers the Van Helsings are not the only things hunting her. 
The four horsemen of the apocalypse have also begun a journey of their own. Leaving disaster and chaos everywhere they go, 
they follow Rayne to the ends of the earth and its darkest corners. 
Still dependent upon her friends and the magic of the world others cannot see, Rayne finds herself in the fight for more than just her life. 
She must also find the strength to save the world. 
She must be The Light of the World. 

The End of Days

It's all going to burn and you're going to burn with it. 

The world is on fire. 
What is left is ash and ruin. 
What has survived is left in hiding. 

And just like in the stories of old, there is one person who has the power to change everything. 

But Rayne has one thing on her mind and one thing only—sleep. 
She hasn't had any since her father found his way into her dreams. 

Every night it's the same thing. 
She's standing at the edge of humanity and her father is next to her—holding his hands out over the ash and rubble. His words haunt her the way her mother's whispers once did. 
"Our kingdom come—" he says it like it was the plan all along, and she has played right into his hands. 

But Rayne isn't going down without a fight. 

With the last two people she can trust standing next to her, and competing for her heart, Rayne must face the most evil man in history—her daddy!

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