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Pirate Princess

Published: November 2, 2015


As the daughter of the Pirate King, Tilia Swanson has an unusual upbringing learning skills that aren’t often available for women. As the heir apparent for the Kingdom of Crilan, her skills set her apart as she is trained by the best in the land and taught to harness her magic. However, piracy is in her blood, and draws danger to Tilia in the way that treasure draws pirates. Some treasures are more valuable than others. Will this lesson be learned in time or will the betrayal of those around her be her undoing?

Pirate Princess had everything I love a book to have in it. I give it five out of five stars and a place on my favorites list!

The Hopeless Reader

Pirate Princess is a wonderful, engaging, coming of age tale of Tilia, born both royalty to the pirates and royalty to a land kingdom. Catherine does a wonderful job of weaving action, strategy, romance and adventure into a story that captures the imagination and keeps the reader engaged and guessing until the very end.

Krisha Scannapieco - KS Book Editing

Pirate Princess is a delightful tale with twists and turns that will leave you breathless!

Ellie Mack - Author of RED WINE & ROSES

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Princess Triumvirate (Pirate Princess Bo
Princess Triumvirate

Published: November 2, 2017


Dealing with the aftermath of her battle with the Prince of Drimla, Tilia is trying to continue with her duties as Princess of Crilan despite the hole she feels in her core. Finn, Faxon, and Tilia set off to investigate who is selling the dangerous devices that steal people's magic, but soon a request for aid takes them to a new land far beyond their Realm. Tilia and Finn meet the Prince and Princess of the Elves and make some unexpected friendships. The Gods and Goddess set them on a path that alters the course of their futures, and modifies their wedding plans.