Tanya HuffWith the help of opinionated cats, sisters Claire and Diana Hansen must embrace their roles as Keepers, masters of the possibilities of time and space, if they are to maintain the balance between worlds and keep the Earth safe.
Discover the third book in the Keeper’s Chronicles, where two young women master the possibilities of time and space, maintaining the balance between worlds to protect Earth.
It started on the last day of high school, a day Diana Hansen had been anticipating for the last twelve years. Now, her real life could begin.
For Diana, like her sister Claire, was a Keeper—gifted with the ability to reweave the possibilities of time and space to maintain the balance between Light and Darkness. What neither Diana nor Sam—formerly an angel, now a cat—could have anticipated was that her first Summons as an active Keeper would be to a shopping mall!
But a quick trip to the Erlking’s Emporium, a gift shop in a Kingston mall, confirmed Diana’s worst suspicions. Not only was Darknesss trying to stage a takeover from the Otherside, but if Diana didn’t bring in reinforcements, her first Summons might well be her last. Claire and Austin—who’d always been a cat and had little tolerance for cat wannabes like Sam—were only too ready to take on their “older and wiser” roles. But neither the Keepers nor their cats were prepared for what they found when they tried to cross from their world to the Otherside mall….
Discover the second book in the Keeper’s Chronicles, where a young woman masters of the possibilities of time and space, maintaining the balance between worlds to protect Earth.
Claire Hansen was a Keeper, gifted—or cursed—with the job of being one of Earth’s Guardians, “Summoned” to areas where anomalies existed, where rifts had opened—or had been opened. Such places were the world’s danger spots where, if they weren’t sealed in time, all the minions of Hell might break through.After she’d closed the portal into Hell at the Elysian Fields Guest House, Claire and her talking cat, Austin, found they’d acquired a new companion—Dean. Though Dean was a Bystander and shouldn’t have been allowed to even remember Keepers existed, somehow in the course of their mutual ordeal at the Elysian Fields, he’d become an indispensable part of Claire’s life. She knew she should change his memories and force him to leave her. Any other course was bound to lead to disaster. But as it turned out, it was already too late, for without Dean around Claire could easily become a danger to herself and the very fabric of space and time.Yet with Dean around—and a little of her sister Diana’s meddling thrown in—the world was headed straight for Chaos.And Claire was about to face a challenge beyond her wildest imagining—a catastrophe created by the power of love—when an angel and a devil each manifested in the mortal world as fully endowed teenagers, who didn’t have a clue how to handle their all-too-human bodies, raging hormones, and opposing needs to do good and evil….
Discover the first book in the Keeper’s Chronicles, where a young woman becomes master of the possibilities of time and space, maintaining the balance between worlds to protect Earth.
Austin was a black and white, far-from-young cat. Not just any cat, mind you, he was the Keeper’s cat, a very outspoken feline with extremely strong opinions he was always willing to voice. After all, who knew better than Austin what was best for the well-being of Claire—and for the not-quite-as-important rest of the universe?
Claire Hansen was a Keeper, a member of that select group that kept the universe in one piece. And now she’d been Summoned to the Elysian Fields Guesthouse, a rundown bed-and-breakfast that seemed to attract the most unusual clientele. And Claire was not happy about this latest assignment, not happy at all.
Not when she’d been tricked into taking over here by a horrible little gnome of a man who’d abandoned his post before she’d even figured out who he really was. Not when room six held a resident who’d been sleeping there for so many years that she really needed a good dusting—except that it was far too dangerous for anyone to get that close to her. Not when the basement housed too much temptation for anyone’s mental health. Not when she found herself surrounded by “helpers” as distracting as Dean, the hunky-yet-innocent handyman, and Jacques, a ghost with a real lust for life.
And especially not when it looked like this might be the not only her most challenging mission, but one she’d be stuck handling for life….