Hero's Song takes the reader on an epic journey through dark-aged Eirren, a parallel to Ireland. Collun is a young man and simple gardener living at peace with his family in their small humble home, but when his beloved sister disappears, Collun must go in search of her. Along the road he finds himself in the company of an aspiring bard, a wizard, a prince of magical beings, and a fiery archer with a mission of her own. The journey is perilous and filled with dangerous encounters. Collun learns the worst is yet to come when he finds the only way to reach his sister is by killing a horrific beast which few have seen and lived to tell the tale.
Fire Arrow, the second edition and sequel to Hero's Song, is the tale of Breo-Saight, better known as Brie, Collun's fiery archer companion from the first novel. After witnessing her father's murder she vowed revenge on his killers. When she finally finds peace with Collun, she is told where she will find her father's killers by a wyl, a magical being with the power to see beyond. Brie continues her quest and comes across her birthright: an arrow that seems to have a mind of its own. To make matters worse, there is an evil one-eyed sorcerer with a diabolical plan. In her darkest hour of need, Collun comes to the rescue. Together he and Brie must stop the sorcerer from carrying out his plan and destroy him, and Brie must learn to keep her thirst for revenge from destroying herself.