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Something is wrong in White Oak, MO . . .

After a deadly climbing accident, 30-year-old Quinn Clarke loses her job and retreats to the sleepy Missouri riverside town of White Oak to heal her fractured body and rebuild her life. But the tourist village, with its wineries, quaint shops and rich history, turns out to be anything but sleepy. Something is wrong with the water in White Oak. Birds are dying and bizarre weather conditions threaten the town’s future. Quinn is sucked into the chaos, beginning with a mystery woman who delivers a message suggesting her climbing tragedy was no accident. Quinn meets handsome detective Keefe Remington, then visits nearby Royce Estate. She loses her way and her peace of mind on that visit and is confused and unprepared for what lies behind the massive stone walls and how she is somehow connected to the Royce family. The first book of the Circle of Sun series takes Quinn from main street bookstore owner to unlikely heroine and straight into a darkness that could turn White Oak into a battlefield . . . and into her destiny.

Praise for Circle of Sun from Amazon reviews:

“I don’t want to give anything away, but this novel portrays everything a well-written novel should. The detail and descriptions are vivid and real, the characters brilliantly brought to life.”

“So many twists and turns! What a delight to read. Relaxing and engaging. Enjoyed getting to know the characters and look forward to future books from this author.”

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Quinn Clarke Royce is the new Polaris to the Circle of Sun, now ready to recover another lost Fidesorb A secret society of Guardians, residing in the most unlikely small town of White Oak, MO, faces the formidable task of rescuing a city of innocent souls from a pervasive evil. At the same time, this small circle of faithful friends confronts supreme challenges back home, with former leader Romulus jailed for a murder he did not commit and sister Sapphire missing and feared dead. Now that Quinn has become the Polaris to the Circle of Sun, she must lead her family and friends on a quest to recover another lost Fidesorb so it can be returned to its rightful place in the angelic realms. In this second installment of the Circle of Sun Series, readers will get a close look at how the newly formed band of Guardians will interact and adjust to fighting an elusive enemy. Will a victorious quest cost lives on the home front? What secrets lie within the lush rolling vineyards, hidden oak barrels, the grand Royce Estate and even the quaint Fireside Books of White Oak? In this adventure, the Guardians must grow into courageous defenders of light if they are to break free of the vast intrigues woven by a mysterious enemy . . . before the fire of evil destroys the present and the past.

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After their Quest in Hudovistan, our Guardians return to the quaint riverside village of White Oak Missouri and join the cause to save a historic home from demolition. Quinn feels a strange connection after touring the old Victorian when confronted by a stranger who pleads for her help. The Guardians find themselves transported to a world never before imagined, the first visitors in one hundred years. Under the canopy of a dense forest, they discover a once mystical society struggling to survive after a malady of nature changed things forever. The arrival of the Guardians fuels suspicions about the current ruling family, sequestered history and deceit. The people fear the new flickers of light from the long-dormant Saville Square Lamp post could mean the awakening of Mother Nature’s fury, or will it light the land, exposing darkness in their midst?

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This is a picture of the Royce Estate which sits about 20 miles from the little town of White Oak. This gothic manor is inspired by the Heath House in England. Kim used this setting for many of her storylines. In order to do this, she used blueprints of the structure and grounds to accurately depict her scenes. The estate and grounds are exactly as they appear in England. The photos of the rooms served as inspirations in Kim's descriptions of rooms. Sapphire and Jexis Royce bedrooms are from a different file of inspiration and not from the Heath house. But, that's another story . . .