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About Faith Gibson
Faith Gibson is a multi-genre author who lives outside Nashville, Tennessee with the love of her life, and her four-legged best friend. She strongly believes that love is love, and there's not enough love in the world.
She began writing in high school and over the years, penned many stories and poems. When her dreams continued to get crazier than the one before, she decided to keep a dream journal. Many of these night-time escapades have led to a line, a chapter, and even a complete story. You won't find her books in only one genre, but they will all have one thing in common: a happy ending.
When asked what her purpose in life is, she will say to entertain the masses. Even if it's one person at a time. When Faith isn't hard at work on her next story, she can be found playing trivia while enjoying craft beer, listening to hard rock (preferably live), reading, or riding her Harley.
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Lucy Ball spent her formative years learning genetics from her uncle. Her life was safe and rather boring another until she’s given two choices: join the GIA or go to jail. As an agent for the Global Intelligence Agency, Lucy uses their computers to aid her family in finding and taking down the Ministry – a religious faction responsible for the near-apocalypse thirty years ago.
When Lucy is assigned a new position, she is thrown into a world she wouldn’t wish on anyone. As Lucy is held captive in a laboratory where she’s tasked with following in her uncle’s footsteps, she relies on the one person who can save her – Tamian St. Claire.
As Gargoyles meet Gryphons, they will have to work together to save Lucy from the madness.
He’s a human architect who lost the woman he planned on marrying.
Brynna Holgersen has lived a life full of adventure. She’s tough and fearless, except when it comes to claiming her mate. When Brynna meets Travis, he is still reeling from the loss of his girlfriend at the hands of a crazed Gargoyle. She spends her time with him, as a friend. When they travel to Norway together, she’s ready to tell him the truth.
Travis McKenzie was content with his life until tragedy struck. Now, six months later, he’s falling for a sexy Gargoyle Princess, but the guilt is almost too much. And why would someone like Brynna want someone like Travis? When he goes to her Norse home, the closeness makes it harder to ignore his feelings.
A nameless, faceless threat finds the couple as well as Banyan and Urijah. How can they battle what they can’t see? Brynna and Travis’s future might be over before it begins.
This novella begins during Deacon and continues through Malakai. If you haven’t read Malakai, there will be spoilers.
Malakai Palamo is the seventh son of a seventh son. He left his Samoan island home in search of his mate. Almost one hundred years later, he faintly catches her scent. Kai doesn’t give up until he finds her. That should be the end of it, but nothing comes easy for the Stone Society Gargoyles, and Malakai is no different.
Josie Pierson has spent the last ten years living in her sister Presley’s shadow. Both her sister and their father are successful lawyers, and Josie is their paralegal, working her ass off to make them look good. She’s quiet, underappreciated, and constantly wishing she had what her sister has. Until she meets the man Presley wants. The man who wants Josie instead.
When Drago takes his war with the Stone Society to the next level, lives are at risk in more ways than one. Malakai and Josie rush off to Samoa to hide out, but they aren’t as safe as they should be. The excitement heats up in book 13, and someone's going to get burned.
Jasper Jenkins was a solitary Gargoyle, feeling like he didn’t truly belong to a clan, until he moved to New Atlanta and joined the Stone Society. Now that he’s finally settling in, his past has reared its evil Gargoyle head and is targeting those around him, including the quirky M.E.’s assistant who happens to be his mate.
Trevor McKenzie’s life is no stranger to heartache and loneliness. His insecurities began when he found out he was cloned just in case his brother needed spare parts. As danger closes in, his boss confides in him that the “badass club” of gorgeous men he is surrounded by is really a Clan of Gargoyles. When he finds out he’s the chosen mate of the man he considers his best friend, the most gorgeous of the badasses, his insecurities multiply. Trevor must decide if Jasper’s love is real or merely a product of the mate bond.
Reaching back to his warrior roots, Jasper will stop at nothing to protect his mate as well as his Clan.
He thought he was keeping her safe . . .
Until the US Government took his mate.
Julian Stone, computer genius for the Stone Society, has spent the last few months helping his fellow Gargoyles rescue their mates while keeping hackers at bay. Now, Julian must save his own mate from the hands of the US Government.
Katherine Fox has been imprisoned for crimes she didn’t commit and is confined to the FBI’s SuperMax facility among the worst criminals known to man and Gargoyle. Julian is left with no choice but to break Kat out of prison.
Even as war looms for the Stone Society, the Clan steps up to help Julian rescue Katherine. They vow to protect her with their lives. It will be up to Julian to find the evidence to clear her name.
She's a Pagan. A virgin on the run with a secret.
Ryker Lazlo, President of the Hounds of Zeus MC, has lived the past twenty years mourning the loss of his wife and unborn child. Spending his time presiding over the MC, Ryker has focused on taking down the Ministry – a worldwide cult – as well as leading his males in their mercenary work. Watching his brothers get a second chance at love is bittersweet. When he stumbles on a woman on the run, Ryker’s Gryphon thinks it’s their turn for another shot at love. Ryker isn’t so sure.
Rhiannon Spencer, pagan outcast, has lived the past ten years raised in societal seclusion. After the death of her mother, her father takes her to live with a group of people who try to snuff out her light. He leaves her in the care of the community leader, and Rhi feels abandoned all over again. When she gets a chance to run, she takes it, and is rescued by a sexy, grumpy biker. Rhi has nothing to offer a rough man like Ryker Lazlo, but her heart wants him anyway.
When both Rhi’s father and the leader of the community search for her, trouble finds Rhi and Ryker at every turn. It takes both his family and some help from the Gargoyles of the Stone Society to keep them alive and out of jail.
Starting a Ryot is written to be read as a standalone, but many readers prefer to read the series in order. The Hounds of Zeus MC is a spin-off/crossover of The Stone Society Series and might contain spoilers if read before Tamian, Book 11.
*Waging War (The Hounds of Zeus MC, Book 1)
*Double the Mayhem (The Hounds of Zeus, Book 2)
Slade Ransom has waited two hundred forty-seven years for his mate. When he is tasked with watching over one of his Clanmate’s sons, Slade recognizes the attraction he feels for what it is - the mate pull. Slade enjoys being around the teen, but the more time he spends with Matthew, the harder it is to not claim the young man. Even though Matt has turned eighteen, Slade does what he thinks is best and puts space between them.
Matthew Hartley’s life is finally looking up. He has a family who loves him, a scholarship to play basketball for The University of Georgia, and a smoking hot Gargoyle bodyguard who has become his best friend. When Slade starts ghosting Matt, the teen doesn’t understand what happened.
When Slade realizes he was wrong in staying away from Matt, he takes steps to get them back on track. While the two are on vacation in South Florida, things don’t go as planned, and Slade fears he has lost his young mate before ever getting the chance to claim him.
Nikolas Stone might not have the most exciting job in the Stone Society, but it is one of the most important. As archivist, he is the keeper of all things Gargoyle. When Nik uncovers the truth about Gargoyles being able to mate with humans, he not only saves his species, he also stumbles upon his own mate.
Sophia Brooks waited 3 years for Nikolas Stone to figure out who she is. Just when a life with her mate is finally within her grasp, her parents have been kidnapped. Sophia races off to Egypt to find them, praying that the secrets in those ancient tombs will lead her to her family. If only she wasn't leaving behind her dream of being with the hot Gargoyle.
When Nik’s mate takes off across the world, he has no choice but to go after her. When Sophia disappears along with her parents, families of both step in to help. Full-bloods team up with half-bloods as they battle Gargoyles and humans alike. Book 5 in The Stone Society is a mix of action, adventure, a crazy camel, comedy, and of course, hot sex.
Sabrina Bailey is the oncologist treating one of the Stone Society’s own. She has devoted her life to saving others, and her career is all she has. A past relationship ended traumatically, making her leery of trying again. Unable to avoid the pull she feels for Deacon, the handsome man visiting her patient, she lets her guard down and agrees to one date.
Someone begins stalking Sabrina, leaving her cryptic notes, and she suddenly finds herself protected by Deacon and his Clan. Close proximity has the two falling fast as they work to figure out the clues being left by a stranger.
Meanwhile, Drago is amping up efforts to build an army in America to fight the Stone Society by chemically altering the Unholy.
Book 12 is filled with twists and turns, love and family.
Urijah Aldobrand and Banyan Sorensen spend the first two hundred years of their lives together, first playing as boys, then fighting alongside each other as warriors.
Urijah is searching for a female mate, denying what is in front of him his whole life. He sets off alone, in denial, leaving his best friend behind. A couple of centuries later, life has finally given Urijah what he wants until his best friend betrays him. Devastated, Uri cuts him out of his life.
Banyan spends years silently loving his best friend while not so silently trying to convince him they are mates. When they part ways, Banyan carries on, going through the motions of living as a lone male. Two hundred years later, Banyan has found a life for himself in New Orleans. When he makes a grave mistake, he loses his mate for good.
War is finally upon the Stone Society. Fifty of the Clan travel to Greece for battle, but not all return home.
Banyan, heir to the Norse throne, is now ready to accept the crown. Not only has he kept his promises, but a lifetime of secrets as well. Urijah, at a crossroads, decides to return home, hoping to find himself. Both ending up back in Norway surrounded by family, they each must come to terms with what the fates have in store for them. Will Uri let go of his anger and forgive his old friend? Or will he once again turn his back on a future with his mate?
Author’s Note – This story has been almost 800 years in the making. If you’ve read the previous books in the series, you know Urijah and Banyan have something from their past keeping them apart. In this book, you find out what that is. This story wasn’t an easy one to write, and it won’t always be an easy one to read. I told the story Urijah and Banyan needed me to tell, not the one I wanted to tell. Yes, they finally get their HEA, but they take their sweet time getting there.
Rafael Stone is the King of the Gargoyle shapeshifters. His family, The Stone Society, has ruled the Americas for over seven hundred years. As an architect, he has spent the last thirty years helping to rebuild New Atlanta since the near Apocalypse. As King, he has spent those same thirty years protecting his city from the dregs of society.
Kaya Kane is the New Atlanta Chief of Police. At thirty-six, not only is she the youngest, but also the first female Chief the city has ever had. She has dedicated her life to keeping her city safe. When a multiple homicide brings her face to face with the elusive Rafael Stone, her life will never be the same.
Rafael’s kind has never mated with a human, but just speaking to Chief Kane on the telephone nearly brings him to his knees. Kaya has given up on ever having a relationship other than her career. When the two meet, sparks fly. Can Rafael give in to the fact that Kaya’s human? Can Kaya overlook the evidence pointing to Rafael as the killer?
Rafael, Stone Society Book 1, introduces you to the new world of shifters and their mates. This book is filled with adventure, Unholy, madmen, and family.