Judy Lynn

"There was something inside her which resisted being cynical. If she gave in to cynicism, despair would quickly follow."

—Veil of Deceit


Tae’el has come home from the war minus a brother. When she arrives in her hometown to give her sister-in-law the news, tragedy strikes at the hands of enemy mages and Tae’el, with the help of Ander, must rescue her people before it’s too late.

This title has been rated 17+ appropriate for older teens and adults and contains:frequent intense violencebrief implied sexual discussionmild alcohol and fantasy drug use

Madora thought her combat days were behind her. But when the king calls in a life debt, can she fill it, even if it means leaving behind her six children for a dangerous mission?

This title has been rated 14+, appropriate for teens, and contains:-intense violence-negative mild fantasy drug use-negative moderate alcohol use-moderate implied sex

Prisoner 7578359, Commander Jayla Sans, is innocent. Framed by her own godfather and convicted of treason, she’ll spend the rest of her days on the prison spaceship Tarsha—however few she has left. During her last investigation for the military, she found a vast and insidious conspiracy, and now various factions will kill to acquire or destroy the information in her head. Jayla must protect the truth at costs, even if that means severing ties with her loved ones. But is Jayla truly alone?

This title has been rated 17+ appropriate for older teens and adults and contains:graphic violence


For Judy Lynn, writing stories has always been a pastime. Writing novels has always been a dream. Her favorite place to write is near the ocean in Northern California or in the middle of the woods. Nature calls to her and she loves camping, hiking, and just being outdoors at any time. She combines her love for nature and her love for writing into the same pastime. Currently she lives Northern California where she is the Circulation and Technical Services Manager for the library of a small college.

She's not fond of the city, but if you must live in one, being perfectly situated halfway between the mountains and the ocean is good. Judy has three boys keep to keep her busy, so finding time to write can be a challenge. But with the publication of her first novel Veil of Deceit, it is all worth it.

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