Perfection cannot exist without sacrifice. 

Sacrifice of time, of will, of goals and dreams. And when called for, life. For society to function perfectly its citizens must reflect that perfection in all they do. 

Unfortunately for Dixie Butler, she is far from perfect. It’s a fact of life. One that will cost her more than she ever imagined. 

But Perfection demands sacrifice….


War requires sacrifice, but peace demands you sacrifice your family. Anaserra’s been divided by a bitter civil war, pitting brother against sister. To keep the peace the people of the Centre are forced to send their children into the wilds beyond their wall. One of those children wants back in. 

Our first novel, SEED, is the first in a YA Dystopian Trilogy.


Minister Lyonet destroyed Arden’s home. Wiped it clean off the map in one searing blue haze. She means to do the same with Arden’s family. In order to perpetuate the lie that siblings always bring strife, death, and war, the Minister intends to use Arden and her brother, Coy, as the prime example. A tool to re-kindle a long cold Civil War.
But there are always two sides to any war.

There’s also something the Minister doesn’t know. Arden has another sibling.

And she’s going to find them.


She’d been cut off from her family, torn from both parents and brother alike. Thrust into an unwanted limelight, framed, chased, villified and exiled, pushed farther and farther from her family, her heart, her home.

But Arden Summerfell found something.
A sister.

Arden’s done running, finished hiding, she longs to embrace her parents, to free her brother from Minister Lyonet’s grasp…she wants to come home. And this time there’s no Sweep, no Wall, nothing she’ll let stand in her way.

Arden is coming home.