Dawn Brazil
​​Young Adult Author
Sixteen-year-old Chloe Carmichael's perfect world is in chaos.

It's not because she has a vision of her boyfriend murdered and then he's found dead exactly as foreseen. It's not because she sudd
enly has the ability to move objects when she's up'set. It's kinda cool to close a door without touching it. And it's most definitely not her overbearing mother who only cares about appearances. Chloe has already grown quite accustomed to her family's distance.

So what has Chloe cringing in fear?

It's having to become another person for a new group of people. She knows she's not perfect, but apparently, she was in another life. In that other life, she was known as Amanda. Amanda was perfect. Chloe, not so much. Her new friends won't allow her to forget.

Chloe struggles with a love that exposes the soul. It's a love that defies reason. It's a love that speaks to her heart and demands attention.

It's the stench of impending death that hovers over her every move.

It's that final threat as she tries to acclimate to a life of superhuman proportions. 
It's the enemy she can't see and doesn't remember.

And most importantly, it's never discovering who she really is that truly frightens her.
This is the story of a boy lost without a girl he has loved across five universes.
Finding Me introduced Chloe Carmichael and her inability to recall her past lives, including her love for Christopher Thomas. Finding Her is a novella from the perspective of Chris set right before he meets Chloe for the first time on Earth.
Christopher Thomas is on a journey.

He has searched for years for the love of his life, Amanda Graves. But time is not his ally. He’s on a race to find her before their mutual enemy, The ENO. Because if the ENO captures her first, everything will be lost: Love, Life, and everyone in the known universe.
Seventeen-year-old Chloe Carmichael’s chaotic world hasn’t changed much.

Except now, Amanda-the- terrible thinks she gets a deciding vote on what happens in Chloe’s life.
Amanda feels like she’s awaken from a fog and her life is all wrong. All lefts and no rights. Especially since Chloe Carmichael got hold of her body.

When Chloe has a vision, portraying the death of her friends by her own hand—or rather, Amanda’s hand, she’s plagued with questions of who she really is. Chloe understands that she was Amanda in another life, but what other secrets is Amanda still hiding?

The only person who can provide answers to their questions is the one Chloe wants nothing to do with, their greatest enemy—the ENO.

Chloe’s already been warned to stay away from him because he is the ultimate threat to her kind. But, when he mysteriously appears in her room and offers to answer her pressing questions, Amanda is intrigued, especially because he needs her help. Her task—find four people that have been able to evade everyone else. The ENO explains the consequences of not finding them are grave.

Knowing the others won’t understand, Amanda keeps the arrangement a secret, but the more she   
interacts with The ENO, the more she discovers about her true identity. Keeping him a secret from the Great 8 proves tiresome, though, as she races against time to find these four people before anyone else can.

There is only one other person besides the ENO, who knows about Amanda’s undercover assignment —Chloe.

And it seems Chloe is intent on keeping Amanda in the dark about who she is. With Amanda forced to confront her true nature, can she keep Chloe away before she ruins everything?
With full knowledge of her past, Amanda can forge a new future for those she care about and herself.

No longer crippled by who she was, she embraces her earlier actions - good and evil.
The third installment of the Finding Me trilogy finds Amanda ready to shed all signs of Chloe forever.
She and Melissa arrive in Tierra on a secret mission only Amanda and Chris know exists. They are in search of the one thing that will thwart General Faraday’s plans of global annihilation. But is she willing to put everything she every valued in life at risk for the people of Earth.

And if she chooses to stay her course, what will happen to her people on Savoria?
Lurking in the shadows, scheming to alter every decision Amanda makes, is a sinister adversary that will leave every one of the Great 8 reeling. Or possibly dead. And when the time comes to confront her father, will she falter under the pressure of his love or will her newfound goodness sustain her until the end?