Contemporary Fantasy: The Moonlight Trilogy
Volumes 1 - 3
.Volume 1 | The Moon Thief
Breanna Perry has met some interesting people in her time as a psychiatrist for San Quentin. There was the guy who ate his mother for Christmas or the postal carrier who claimed Jesus told him to put ricin in the fashion magazines he delivered. However, nothing prepared her for Cassius Teran.
Named for one of the conspirators against Julius Caesar, Cassius believes he’s no longer human. Of course, the world isn’t ready for people who think they have special abilities and Breanna is now tasked with curing Cassius of his delusions before he winds up in San Quentin forever.
However, when a strange man starts following Breanna, she has to face the reality that the world might be a bit more complicated than she originally thought, and under the moonlight, strange and wonderful creatures lurk in the shadows.
Volume 2 | The Moon Walker
Breanna Perry had a relatively simple life before the night she almost died.
She went to work. Okay, she worked at San Quentin as a psychiatrist. She had a nice apartment. Okay, it was a studio in San Francisco that cost a fortune. She had romance. Okay, she had an ex-husband, and a love interest who gave her conflicting messages. And she had her family.
But all that changed when Cormac O’Shea walked into her ICU room and asked her one question: Do you want to live? Since then, Breanna’s life has been turned upside.
At least Cassius Teran was there for her. Cassius, with his brooding personality and strange abilities; Cassius who stood beside her when Clyde Barrow tried to blow up the BART station. But since her relationship with Derek Thorpe has progressed, Cassius has removed himself from her life.
Now Breanna has to face a future knowing that all those she loves are going to die before her. She also has to learn how to control her growing power. Until Lachlan MacGregor enters the picture and paints a future where she could have the power to do ultimate good for humanity.
It’s a seductive thought, but as Lord Acton said, “Power tends to corrupt; but absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Can Breanna resist the temptation to change the world?