In 1776, Daniel Barton's trading business is ruined by the war with the British, and their blockade of his hometown, New York City. Nearly broke, he finds himself deemed unacceptable by the parents of the girl he loves, Rose Post, whose family owns much of Staten Island. When General Benedict Arnold offers a chance at payment and a letter of marque if he'll help defend Lake Champlain against a British incursion, Daniel decides to take a chance and becomes a privateer. He'll raid British ships for the cause of freedom, and love.
Landon Griffin has everything going for him. He’s a high school senior on the brink of receiving a football scholarship, his dad is running for mayor of Madison, Texas, and his future with his girlfriend looks bright. But his simple life shatters when feelings spark for a guy he’s never met... Living in a conservative town, he struggles to hide his new obsession while trying to figure out where he fits within the spectrum of sexuality.
Amy is currently working on a women’s fiction novel titled The Copper Phoenix that is based on a true story of one woman’s heartbreaking story of surviving childhood abuse, breaking the cycle of dysfunction, and overcoming the habitual cycle of shame and self-destruction.