Alone in the Night picks up a few weeks after the events in A Test of Loyalty.
Samantha is alone, cast adrift in a dangerous neighbourhood.
Ashleigh has everything she ever wanted, so why is she throwing it away?
Faraj is lost in the systemic prejudice and violence of youth detention. Can they survive without each other?
"If your teen only ever reads one book, make it this one." Gale S. on A Test of Loyalty
One of my first memories was writing on an antique typewriter. I only regret it took me this long to get serious about it. But now the stories just pour out of me, making new ideas my worst enemy. I write urban YA, urban fantasy and high fantasy. Some have called it "feminist fantasy" because my lead characters are women. I don't deny a streak of "I can do this myself" feminism, but the stories are so much more than their political leanings. Elves, genocide, magic, true love, alternate realities, banshees, vampires, serial killers.... Who could ask for more? I live on a small hobby farm in Ontario, with the love of my life and a 24lb behemoth named Yeti. Rumour is, he thinks he's a white cat.