Beginning on the dark and gloomy seventeenth century London harbor docks, Lady Sara Anne Grey sets out to tell her tale of existence as a vampire.  Her story turns out to be not only one of a transition to the undead, but also from only daughter to self-made business mogul.  Constantly under siege from her darker nature Sara’s light hearted youthfulness slowly gives way to pragmatism.  In telling her story of years gone by comes a realization that dealing with both the undead and the human realms has led her to view worldly events not merely as good versus evil but more situations of cause and effect.  A view that seems to slowly separate her from both the humans and vampires.

Reflection received an Honorable Mention in the Horror category at the 2008 DIY Convention

Reflction book cover
Contention: A Sara Grey Tale book cover
Progression: A Sara Grey Tale book cover

After winning Grand Prize at the 2014 London Book Festival. Progression became a member of the Table of Honor. You can learn more at:

All titles are available in both paperback and ebook formats, from and all major online book sellers. Contention is available in Hardcover.

The Sara Grey Series

Being a Vampire isn't easy, and Sara Grey knows it. Her continued desire for anonymity pushes her from Crete back to her ancestral home in England. There, she runs up against The Brenfield Society, who want to take possession of her mystical amulet. Sara knows she can't give it up, but isn't sure why.
Trying to unlock some of the jewel's secrets, Sara makes her way into the Secret Archives at the Vatican with the help of her friend and priest, Father David. But, while in Rome on their mission, they receive news that her Vampire lover, Antonio, is being imprisoned in the lands to the east of the Black Sea. This news sends the two of them off on an unplanned adventure through strange lands to rescue the one who made her, all the time having to deal with Brenfield agents that keep appearing in her path.
Once back in England, her feud with the mysterious group escalates into all-out war. The bloodshed follows Sara to her new home in New York and back to England once more. Finally, in London, with a new name and teenage appearance, she must make her case for being both human, and a Lady, at the Court of the Queen, or else. 

Contention received the Editor’s Choice Award from iUniverse publishing upon its release in 2008.

Contention was a Finalist for ForeWord Reviews 2010 Book of the Year Competition, in the Horror Category


Returning to London after the bloodletting of the American Civil War, the vampire Sara Grey discovers she’s been absent so long that the Wyndell family has all but taken over her corporate Empire. No more than settling in to deal with her issues and an attempt is made on her life by men from Grand Duke Bennett’s family. The entire family seems out to end her existence. If this wasn’t enough, she must trek off to find her wayward lover Antonio only to discover that he has given into his demonic nature. With her trusted amulet for companionship, Sara decides to deal with her problems head on. The Bennett’s all need to die, the corporation needs to go, and Antonio needs to pull it together or be replaced. That and dealing with endless wants from the crown.
From the posh streets of London to the Bristol countryside and the money-laden streets of New York City; Lady Sara Anne Grey risks final death and exposure of her vampire secret as she attempts to put her life straight. Will a life 380 years in the making end in triumph over adversity, or will one of the Bennett’s just end it?

Progression was honored as both the General Fiction category winner and The Grand Prize winner at the 2014 London Book Festival.
Progression was selected as the Runner Up in the General Fiction category of the 2015 Amsterdam Book Festival.

Progression received an Honorable Mention in the General Fiction category of the 2015 Paris Book Festival.
Progression received an Honorable Mention in the General Fiction category of the 2014 New England Book Festival.
Progression received an Honorable Mention in the General Fiction category of the 2014 Southern California Book Festival.