- Publisher: Ang'dora Productions, LLC
Two pirates find home in the Colorado mountains. But redemption could come at a hefty price.
Gregory and Charlotte left their lives as pirates behind to huddle in a tinker’s shop, building fantastic creations powered by steam and aether. Fifteen hundred miles inland from the ocean they once called home, they only seek a quieter, safer way of life in the mountains of the Colorado territory. Fixing their neighbors’ watches, creating beautiful and unique gifts, and helping to protect the burgeoning town is how they hope to make up for their past life of misdeeds.
Becoming a target of a crazed fae was not part of the plan.
The couple put their abilities and creations to the test to do everything they can to defend their new settlement. But their search for redemption from their wayward past may come to an end if death finds them—and their newfound family—first.
Every town has stories of its past, and Havenwood Falls is no different. And when the town’s residents include a variety of supernatural creatures, those historical tales often become Legends. This is but one.
This is a stand-alone historical paranormal in the Havenwood Falls shared world. Havenwood Falls is a collaborative effort by multiple authors across multiple series all in the paranormal fantasy genre. Each author brings a stand-alone plotline, so they can be read in any order, but there are many crossovers among the stories.
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“A short but thoroughly enthralling read. The only thing it is missing is more to read!!!” – Angela Shafer
“Eric Asher once again brings incredible life to the steampunk genre. Mr. Asher has incredible skill in creating a setting that is vibrant and easily visualized. This is very important when describing the steampunk machinery, both for functionality as well as its visual operation. The best part is somehow he manages to do this with a simple style, not an overabundance of flowery, poetic descriptions that take up paragraphs without ever conveying what the machine does, looks like, etc. I am equally impressed with his skill in bringing the characters to life and quickly getting the reader immersed in the story. Mr. Asher makes it hard for a reader to put down one of his stories once we pick them up to read. You will be quickly swept up into Gregory and Charlotte’s tale, traveling through the lush forest to the moonshine still, or mining ore deep in the mountain, to the intrigue of the town itself.” – Amy Bellino