Short story (7,000 words.) Prequel miniseries to the “Omega Series.”

Five-year-old Alessandra is obsessed with Disney movies, tea parties and just wants a real birthday party for once in her life. But normal kids don’t bring their toys to life for afternoon tea or see the colorful threads of magic and energy clinging to everything around them.

Normal kids don’t know that gargoyles feel pain, either, or invite one to live in their closet.

On her sixth birthday, Alessandra begins to learn the truth. She’s special, and the men in the black van are coming for her.

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Real-time Reviews

Good Read
By Clarevoyant (5.0 out of 5 stars) on August 2, 2016
Love this author. Loved this book and the second one. Still haven't finished the third as I felt it started dragging on.

Very Original & Interesting!
By C.L. (5.0 out of 5 stars) on August 20, 2016
Like her other books, Alessandra is so unique and intriguing! I can't help but fall in love w lil Lyssa & her grostesque Mismatch.Would definitely recommend this if you're a fan of fantasy, and especially if you're also a fan of Greek gods/mythology. 🙂

By I love my cat (4.0 out of 5 stars) on February 17, 2017
Not a very big book, but she can really put a story together. I need to keep up with the series, though.

Four Stars
By Kindle Customer (4.0 out of 5 stars) on February 7, 2017
Really enjoyable read!

Can't recommend.
By Educator, Lifelong Learner (2.0 out of 5 stars) on January 9, 2017
Too much romance (just over the top!) Thought I might be reading a romance novel instead of historical fiction.

Many different books in a series, really well done.
By Mathieu (5.0 out of 5 stars) on October 12, 2016
I notice these say young adult. I'm hardly that, and I loved them. Alessandra is the first of a series of short backgrounds on the main characters of the novel Omega. The background stories tell a story in their own right. Start with Alessandra then read the rest of the background stories in order before reading Omega. The order is in the back of each the first series' books. The books are in two parts, the character background part and then the first couple of chapters of Omega. Skip the Omega part until you've read all the backgrounds (there are 8 of them). This is really quite well done. You don't have to read the backgrounds, but the whole is better if you do.Now it gets complicated, though. Omega is just the first of a series of novels. The second is Theta. Theta also has a background series of books that go with it. In time sequence they are placed after the background stories of Omega but before the story of Omega (got that?), but here's the rub: not all the Theta background series are available yet, and neither is Theta.I understand why that happens, but I hate it. I get involved with a book, then have to stop and wait for more. I binge read and that really destroys my rhythm. I still give it 5 stars because it is really well done.

Nice quick read
By Honeybuns (3.0 out of 5 stars) on August 20, 2016
If your into mythology I guess this is a good book for you. I don't plan to read the actual book but the prequels are nice and smooth.

Five Stars
By ABookFiend (5.0 out of 5 stars) on August 2, 2016
Delightful, complex & rich.

By Nocturnus (5.0 out of 5 stars) on June 21, 2016
This series must be read in order. This is the first book. I can't wait to read Mismatch to find out what happens next!Alessandra has special talents that will cause her trouble but she is too young to understand this. Her parents realize the danger and try to keep her powers hidden. Will anyone realize what Alessandra's powers are? Or will she escape before it is too late? Who or what is she being hidden from?***This series is suitable for young adult through adult readers who enjoy paranormal in their modern fantasy suspense thrillers filled with the Old Gods and a bit of scifi 🙂