Cyndy Aleo

Four Little Bees Writing & Editing

author, freelance writing, editing, and a little bit of web development, helping clients with content development, book editing, and blog set-up and customization

The Forest's Son

HIDDEN FOR TWO CENTURIES. HIS TRIBE WANTS HIM DEAD. HIS BEST FRIEND WANTS HIS HEART.

The only thing Vance knows for sure is that he doesn't know anything. Not about himself, not about his mother, and not about this girl who tells him she's his best -- and only -- friend. And even she's apparently getting tired of him not knowing her.

So when Donovan takes it upon herself to discover what makes Vance forget her, she reveals a past neither one of them can comprehend. But he realizes he's tired of living in fear, and wants to settle things once and for all, and that means returning to the forest his people come from -- and fighting for his life.

Undying

A LOVE THAT DEFIES DEATH.

What if the world isn't ready for your miracle? 

Cameron Tattersall’s wife, Adrienne, should not be cooking breakfast when he wakes up. After all, he buried her yesterday. Yet the woman in his kitchen not only claims she is his wife, but also refuses to accept that she's supposed to be dead. 

Cameron doesn't know what this woman is: hallucination, con-woman, or bona fide miracle. For all he knows, he's crazy, but her reappearance may return the only thing he ever wanted: a life with Adrienne.When their families discover Cameron isn't alone in his house, the couple learns coming back from the dead has its own set of trials: angry surviving family members, confused insurance companies, and a media storm that simultaneously wants to build the couple up and tear them down. There's also the matter of just who, or what, was buried in that coffin. Or not buried. 

Thrust into the spotlight, Cameron and Adrienne have to decide whether living under a microscope is a fair trade for a miracle, and to reconcile their need for privacy with the desire for answers.