Books

Below are links to all of Virginia's books available for purchase:


Victoria Marmot and the Meddling Goddess
Book One
  



Book One (Victoria Marmot and the Meddling Goddess):

Victoria Marmot is just an average teenage girl... if by "average" you mean an orphaned, multi-lingual, martial arts expert who owns her own home and may or may not have magical abilities.

When Vic discovers her parents didn't die the way she thinks they did, what little remains of her world is turned upside down and she's left with the task of finding out what really happened to them. But when her quest to uncover the truth reveals a massive conspiracy by a corrupt magical government, will her efforts to find the truth save the world or take the whole universe down with her?




Victoria Marmot and the Inconvenient Prophecy
Book Two



Book Two (Victoria Marmot and the Inconvenient Prophecy):

When Victoria Marmot helps rescue her brother from a corrupt magical government she also unleashes a cadre unsavory characters, a handful of helpless children, and a dragon. Now, with the Ministry of Magical Entities and an obsessed vampire ambushing them at every turn, Vic will have to call on all of her newfound powers—and enlist the help of all of her new friends—to solve the mystery of what really happened to her parents before MOME can silence her and everyone she holds dear.



Victoria Marmot and the Shadow of Death
Book Three



Book Three (Victoria Marmot and the Shadow of Death):

Vic is about to die. At best, she’ll die when the Ministry of Magical Entities finally puts on their sham of a trial and convicts her of a crime she only sort-of committed… but most likely she’ll die in the next flash flood here in this hellhole they’re using as a prison, or maybe whenever that shrieking squirrel demon comes back. Then again, maybe she’ll live just long enough to find out what MOME is really up to, and die along with everyone else if she fails to stop them.

Blade's Edge 

Chronciles of Gensokai Book I



Description: 
The Kisōshi, elite warriors with elemental powers, have served as the rulers and protectors of the people of Gensokai for more than a thousand years. Though it is believed throughout Gensokai that there is no such thing as a female Kisōshi, the Rōjū ruling council goes to great lengths to ensure that no one dares ask why.

Even as young girls, Mishi and Taka know that they risk severe punishment - or worse - if anyone were to discover their powers. This shared secret forms a deep bond between them until, taken from their orphanage home and separated, the two girls must learn to survive in a world where their very existence is a crime. Yet when the girls learn the dark secret of the Rōjū council, they discover that much more than their own survival is at stake.




Traitor's Hope

Chronicles of Gensokai Book II




Description
 For centuries the Rōjū Council silenced all who opposed them, spreading lies and killing innocents in order to maintain the status quo and ensure that female Kisōshi were little more than a long forgotten myth. Now that Mishi and Taka have helped to depose the corrupt council, the land of Gensokai is reeling as it takes its first steps towards recovery. 

As the New Council attempts to corral the renegade allies of the defunct regime, Taka is asked to take charge of a frontline infirmary, putting her in the heart of the battle. To survive, she will have to rely on a person she cannot possibly trust. 

Meanwhile, Mishi is asked to lure a vicious band of mountain raiders into the open--a mission that has proven fatal to all who have attempted it so far. Making matters worse, Mishi's mind keeps betraying her and she fears that her kisō and katana will betray her next. 

As the two friends fight to re-establish the peace in their homeland, the only question is where the next betrayal will come from, and if Mishi and Taka will have the strength to survive it.






Rain on a Summer's Afternoon
A Collection of Short Stories




Synopsis:

Rain on a Summer's Afternoon is a collection of short stories that are sometimes dark, sometimes humorous, and always imaginative. This collection includes 'Off Belay', previously published in The First Line magazine, as well as five new stories. 


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