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The City is plagued by sex-trafficking, victims kidnapped and used against their will.  The ages of these women vary, but it is clear the criminals are not concerned with using those who are very young.  They use drugs and violence to gain compliance, even offering some of them back to their families for exorbitant ransoms.

A masked vigilante decides to do something about this, but is one person enough?

Unaware of the deeper, darker energies manifesting, this crusader unwittingly engages far worse than ever imagined. Will they be able to help, or will this consume them?

Find out in Dance of the Butterfly, the first book in my urban fantasy series. For 18+ readers –

Dance of the Butterfly – print version
Dance of the Butterfly – electronic editions


Jericho – 45 yrs old, born in the USA. Jericho and Skothiam have known each other since they were children, forging a long-lasting bond and making Jericho an unofficial member of the family. A tall, sizable man of Latin American heritage, Jericho has seen the world and had many experiences, having spent time in the military and war.

He had been exposed to some of the secrets of the Felcrafts when he was quite young, holding them in an easy confidentiality that served to endear him even more to the family. He has his own biological family, with whom he is reasonably close, but he has found his place amongst the Felcraft, serving as Weaponsmaster, Guardsman, and in other capacities as his talents or various requirements arise.

He also helps to take care of the family’s special pack of wolves, holding a bond with them that is hardly equaled. He enjoys spending time on the family’s lands, being out in nature, though his tireless work ethic seems to lend him sparse free time.