Ocean’s Gift series

You'll never look at mermaids the same way again

The Ocean’s Gift series is about Australian sirens, modern-day mythical creatures who can shift their tails to walk on land among humans.

Water and Fire

What happens when you combine a sexy Irish doctor, a midwife on a mission and a mysterious predator in Albany, Western Australia? You get Water and Fire: a small town medical romance with a paranormal twist.

Working as a student midwife in an Australian country hospital is never easy, but Belinda finds more trouble than most.

There’s the intern doctor who follows her around like an overgrown puppy, the dangerous local wildlife and her own secrets she must keep.

When she finds herself without a place to live, what else can possibly go wrong?

Or is it time for something to go right?

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Ocean's Gift

Mermaids don’t fall in love with humans. For centuries it has been so…

But Sirena is different. She lost her first love to sharks and a storm, cursing the islands that stole him from her.

Times have changed and she must swim ashore once more, to the islands she once cursed. Gone are the boats powered by sail and steam – jet boats with GPS are now the order of the day.
Enter Joe Fisher, the deckhand on the Dolphin. A handy man to have around when the lights go out. He’ll fix your generator and have the lights back on in no time, no worries. But can he seduce a siren?

Or will she swim away before he can uncover her secret?

A book about lobsters, beer and boobs, on some cursed islands off the coast of Western Australia. At least, that’s how Joe tells it.

For Sirena, it’s a very different story.

You’ll never look at mermaids the same way again.

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Ocean's Infiltrator

Could you kill the man you love to protect your people?

Capsize his boat. Lure him into the water. Summon sharks…

How long will Sirena let Joe live, now he knows her secret?

A story about seduction and sharks, parenthood and penguins, with plenty of beer and boobs to keep it interesting, at some coral islands off the coast of Western Australia, plus a few other places, too.

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