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BOOK OF MATTHEW II: Ancient Evil

Read after Book of Matthew. Sarah & Matthew are at the center of another murder plot as America is ravaged by Civil War. He was a wealthy plantation heir and she was a lowly slave when a forbidden romance sparked between them. Matthew enlists in the war fighting for the freedom of others until he is betrayed, ambushed, and captured. He must discover if this new threat is a repeat of the past or something even darker, an ancient evil… WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS VIOLENCE, SEX, AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. NOT MEANT FOR READERS WHO ARE EASILY OFFENDED OR TRIGGERED.

REVELATIONS: The Colburn Curse

Read after Book of Matthew. Murder, betrayal, & scandal plague the Colburn family. A curse has shadowed them throughout time. This tale of intrigue follows the Colburns back to where the terror began in New Orleans, Louisiana. Matt Colburn’s duty is to protect an aristocrat named Arial. From the moment they meet, she steals his breath away. They dance and it feels like a brush with destiny, but Arial has a dreadful secret that endangers the lives of everyone she holds dear, especially Matt. Will he be able to save her or will she become the next victim of the Louisiana Strangler… WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ABUSE, AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. NOT MEANT FOR READERS WHO ARE EASILY OFFENDED OR TRIGGERED.

INFINITY: Detroit Nights

Matthew is your average prohibition era teen until the moment he is kidnapped by gangsters and forced to brew illegal alcohol. The beautiful but deadly Sarah Brodeur is the girlfriend of a notorious mobster. Matthew locks horns with the femme fatale from the very start. She loathes the southern bigot and the feeling is mutual. As they fall prey to the dangers of the criminal underworld Sarah and Matthew form an attraction as deadly as it is undeniable… THIS BOOK CONTAINS VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, AND REFERENCES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING

BOOK OF MATTHEW: House of Whispers

Women of color are not a priority of law enforcement in 1800’s Missouri. They are not even considered human. These social injustices allow a serial killer to run rampant. Sarah, a beautiful black slave, finds herself in the crosshairs of a monster who murders with impunity. The only one concerned with her plight is the master’s son. Will Matthew find the strength to rescue this slave girl, even if he lacks the courage to admit he’s in love with her? WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS VIOLENCE, SEX, AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. NOT MEANT FOR READERS WHO ARE EASILY OFFENDED OR TRIGGERED.

INFINITY: Quest for the Holy Grail

Sarah is married to a man she hardly knows & isn’t sure she knows how to love. Matthew, her husband of many years, has not seen her since their union when she was a girl of only eight. Raised in a convent & reunited with her husband, the knight, Sarah is in complete awe of the horrors of battle & the danger in which he must place himself to protect her. When Sarah steps in to save the kingdom from Matthew’s nemesis, she makes a sacrifice far greater than Matthew could ever have expected…

INFINITY: A Crown of Golden Leaves

Sara becomes torn between love and duty when she is chosen by the gods to assassinate the father of her beloved. Emperor Titus is the most powerful and ruthless villain in the world. Killing him seems to be her only option but Sara soon finds that there is so much more to the tyrant than meets the eye. Titus takes Sara on a journey through his dark and twisted past and shows her the true burden of his crown of golden leaves. Will Sara be able to follow through with his murder?

INFINITY: The Fifth Bride of Pharaoh

Sara, a princess & free spirit in her own right, has been promised to Pharaoh Amenemhat, but she is not one to go quietly into her duties as a bride & mother of future rulers of Egypt. When Sara & her friend, Sobek, disguise themselves as commoners & venture out, Sara’s journey of the heart begins with a clumsy moment, a chance encounter, & a kiss born out of tradition.

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  1. I really like the Infinity series and I was wondering if you will be adding the mature novels to the FREE downloads page even if it’s just temporarily?

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    1. Dear Emma,
      Thank you for being a reader and for taking the time to leave a comment. I have considered making my mature novels available for free download but they contain violence, sex, and offensive language. They also feature controversial subjects such as racism and American slavery. Even when I leave warnings for such things there are ignorant trolls complaining about things they were warned about. So I have decided to leave it up to you, the readers. If you feel I should add the mature stories to FREE downloads please leave a comment. Your opinion matters 🙂

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      1. As long as warning is listed,they can make their own minds about it. If they don’t bother to read the warning it is on them! Everyone is different as are their taste. I vote yes!

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      2. I vote yes, as an adult I always look acthe synopsis before begining a book as my time is precious so by stating the warning if I would be offended I would pass on the book.

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      3. Thank you so much for leaving a message! It is a great help to me when readers can see that the mature stories are posted because there are people who want to read them, not because I want to be offensive. I appreciate your comment 🙂

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      4. I believe an author, or poet ,or artist etc shouldn’t be limited on what other people think. You are caring enough to add warnings to your books. Truthfully you shouldn’t have too, but that is a kindness on your part and it shows you care about your readers. On that note, I vote yes, and if you add warnings it is on the reader if they do not pay attention to the warning. It’s horrible when you have to be careful what you say for fear of offending people, well I get offended by the offended person.

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      5. Dear Sandra,

        What you said truly hit home with me. I grew up never having seen a warning on a book and I survived. If I started reading something that wasn’t my flavor I set it aside and read something else without going on the internet and bashing the author in a fascist march towards censorship. My warnings are mainly for children because kids are not the same as they were when I was younger. My husband read about a tragic rise in teen suicides and he asked me if the world has become worse with regard to bullying. To which I replied that my grandmother and great grandfather came from generations that integrated the schools. Children were beaten, some were raped. My grandmother admitted that girls would break glass soda bottles and shove black students down on the shards. That’s when she wasn’t being sexually harassed by male students who felt they had a right to her because of their upbringing in the Jim Crow south while teachers turned a blind eye. These generations endured some of the worst bullying in history and lived to become mothers and fathers who raised resilient children. Nowadays kids hang themselves if someone insults their shoes on Facebook. This deeply saddens me and until we figure out why children are becoming so fragile I’ll place warnings on my books.

        Thanks so much for reading my stories and for leaving a message. your words meant a lot to me 🙂

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    1. Dear Agnus,
      Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. As I remain torn between the decisions to post all stories or just a few, every opinion is helpful to me. Naturally, the last thing I want is to offend readers but as a writer I look up to great authors who came before me. One of my favorite writers of all time is Oscar Wilde, a man who was arrested and jailed for writing The Picture of Dorian Gray. Any fan of classic literature would be able to tell you this is his most famous work to date, an extraordinary piece of literature was considered obscene by readers at the time. I remain forever grateful to Oscar Wilde for staying intrepid in the face of censorship, without such courage a remarkable work would have never seen the light of day. Thank you again for leaving a comment I will take every opinion into consideration when making this decision. Also, do you feel I should not post the mature stories at all or are you telling me to do so with a warning label?

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      1. Thank you for taking a moment to speak. I am considering posting the mature novels with a warning or sending them directly to the readers who are interested. I value and appreciate your opinion 🙂

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  2. I’m Fine with the Strong Language and Subject Material -If You Put a Warning Label on the Content, The Buyer Knows That – If They Download it to Read – They ARE CONSENTING to the Fact You Have WARNED THEM – That SHOULD BE ENOUGH – I Somewhat Agree That These Complainers Maybe Not the Sharpest Tools in the Shed – You Just Can Not Help the So-Called Morons

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  3. To the Folks Who Don’t Like the Naughty Versions … If You Do Not Like These “Naughty Versions” Then Don’t Download Them Then !!! Some Folks Love the EXTRA SPICE that this adds to Our Reading – You Know Shakespeare was a Little foul-mouthed Too !!!!!

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  4. I agree, if you do not like them extra spicy just do not order them. Maybe mark them some way that they are extra spicy and not for all — maybe with a “RR” – “Really Racy”, so those that do not want them will know not to download them.

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  5. If your stories require sex and foul language that is a lack of creativity and talent. A good story can be written without that crap. People have done so for hundreds of years.

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    1. Hello Coreen,
      I agree that people have been making chaste stories for hundreds of years, but we have also written tales of violence, sexuality, and yes even foul language for millennia. For example: The Iliad, The Odyssey, The Kama Sutra and many more. While I respect your point of view, as an author I see things a little differently. Human beings experience many emotions and behaviors. Whether it’s love, rage, passion, sorrow, humor, or lust I believe it all belongs on the page. When writers begin to cherry-pick which emotions and actions are acceptable to write about the characters can become cheesy, one dimensional, and unrelatable. I prefer to write the entire person, not just a preapproved checklist of generic traits. Thank you for taking a moment to talk. Without your opinion readers wouldn’t understand my reluctance to post the mature stories.

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  6. Censorship is tricky even when it’s self-censorship. As long as it’s labeled I feel as a Christian and a history major that both views are respected. Huckleberry Finn is so important yet many want it banned. Some places ban the Bible. It’s a slippery slope.

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    1. Dear Stephanie,
      I was born in the state of Missouri where every third school is named Mark Twain. I was a very young child when I was forced to write mandatory book reports on stories with a character called Nigger Jim. Forced to praise the name of an author who would have called me Nigger to my face, and then deal with the abuse of every child in my all white class who felt it would be acceptable to call me this slur because their hero Mark Twain wrote it. I don’t feel that Mark Twain books should be banned but I do not want them forced onto my child. Everyone has a different opinion of what is appropriate. I for one never liked Beauty and the Beast. It’s not a love story, in my opinion, just a sick tale about a girl with Stockholm Syndrome. The Beast imprisoned Belle, made himself her master, controlled her comings and goings, and blew up when his staff fed her without his permission. He controlled, screamed, and intimidated Belle and all of this was okay because there were singing cups and plates. I think it’s inappropriate to teach young girls that it’s romantic to be a man’s prisoner. I think it’s dangerous to teach young women that they can change controlling monsters with explosive tempers. Hospitals, battered women’s shelters, and morgues are full of naive girls who thought they could change a beast. Yet the same hypocrites who allow their impressionable children to watch this crap want to censor every word I put on the page of a novel written for ADULTS! Thank you for your valuable input. I agree that classic literature has value. I love and respect it.

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      1. I thought the same thing with Beauty and the Beast. Before it was a nice story but after being with an abuser I see the story differetly now and it bothers me. I honestly thought it was only me that thought that way about disney movies. As a child they are cute and fun to watch but as adult I’m not happy with them. Especially when the ones that are creating the scenes are putting in foul words and racy pictures in the scenes, like subliminal messages to the kids.They hide them in plain sight to see who catches them.
        As far as what books to post for download there is an alternate way to do it. I have seen some authors basically write 2 versions of their books, or Write a watered down version and then if you want the racy scenes download these chapters over here. That way they reader has to see the warning and has to physically download it themselves.
        My personal opinion is you shouldn’t have to as an author. There are many different people on this planet so we have many different types of books, so pick what you want. It’s not like you as an author are forcing these books on us as readers. I do believe I see a “download what book you like” somewhere on the page.

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      2. I agree. Beauty and the Beast is horrifying on so many levels lol. What you said about the two versions of the book is an excellent idea! I may write a rated pg 13 version of “Book of Matthew” for my underage Infinity fans. Thank you so much for such a wonderful suggestion 🙂

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  7. Thank you so much for the downloads! I got them all, and am very excited to start reading! I was linked here from a free e-book newsletter. And thank you for the Mature warning. I’m not bothered by it, but it’s always good to know what to expect. 🙂

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      1. Personally, so far I love your books….I am getting ready to download the rest later…. If those people cannot see that it states “ADULT” on them than they have no reason to complain….I have heard worse things come out of the mouths of young and teenage children….If I had spoke as the children of today do not only would I had had my mouth washed out with a bar of soap, I would have had by A$$, butt, whatever you want to call it thoroughly torn up with a belt.  Don’t worry sweetie, I think there are enough people that love your work that you will not have to worry about the haters…..  Have a great day and Fourth weekend

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  8. I think this is freedom of speech America. Those who dont like mature books should simply overlook them. If you identify the books as mature and what that means, those interested can download. You can’t please everyone, so don’t try. You are a talented, sought after author. Don’t deny the public of your books. (I put Mrs in from of my name, only so you will know I’m female.)

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    1. Dear Edna,
      Thank you for taking the time to send me a message. The ‘Book of Matthew’ has the same main characters as all of the ‘Infinity’ books but it’s a growner sexier lifetime. I intend to release the ‘Book of Matthew II” on Halloween. It takes place during the Civil War and I’ll have it for free download if anyone is interested. Every story on the Free Downloads page features Sarah and Matthew as main characters but the ‘Book of Matthew II’ will be the only one with the same setting as ‘Book of Matthew’. I truly appreciate your inquiry. Thank you for being a reader! 🙂

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      1. I agree with those who have said that if you put a warning on the books then if people don’t want to read it don’t get that book.
        Is there any order in which we should read you books? Thank you for the free downloads.
        By the way I also am from Missouri and I hate the word (……) I can’t even bring myself to write it.

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      2. Dear Carolyn,
        Thanks so much for leaving a message and helping me find a solution. All of the stories on the FREE DOWNLOADS page feature the same main characters but since they take place in completely different lifetimes there is no particular order to read them in. You can jump into the series with any time period that seems interesting to you and this won’t spoil the other books. Here’s a fist bump for being from the “show me” state 🙂

        Thank you for being a reader!

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      3. Well, for some reason I cannot get your wonderful sounding books to download to my Kindle Fire… it’s so sad, I have tried a few different things and nothing is cooperating…. I do not think I had this much trouble before with any books…

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      4. i have a fire and you are right it was hard, i had to save the email in order to open the book each time an then search for my last page read. it would have been easier if it was a pdf or better a book funnel

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  9. Dear Chris,
    I’m truly sorry that the story wouldn’t open. They are not ebooks so they cannot be read with a Kindle app, a Nook app, or any other ebook app. They are just pdf documents so they should have been in your files or downloads. What I can do is mail out the paperbacks free of charge if you feel comfortable emailing a physical address to me. I can’t make them available on Kindle because that leads to fraudulent reviews. The moment your novel is on the top 100 bestsellers list every author you passed on that list has a motive to give you one star reviews. Every author who wants to get on that list can give you one star reviews with links to their own books in order to divert customers. Amazon does nothing about these shady business practices. They won’t even delete the fake reviews and I can’t afford the damage it does to my name when authors sabotage each other. But if you email me I will gladly have the paperbacks shipped from Barnes and Noble today. So sorry for the inconvenience. I look forward to hearing from you 🙂

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  10. i saved the email and opened it each time to read but when i wanted the second book i was reading… revelations… my niece purchased it from barnes and nobles for me. i will have to look into how i will get any others

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    1. Dear Edna,
      Thank you for helping. Is there a book platform that isn’t Kindle but would work as well with your Kindle device? I would prefer to make it easy to read the books without sabotaging myself by putting them on Amazon. ALL SUGGESTIONS ARE WELCOME 🙂

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      1. some authors put send their books thru bookfunnel. that app lets you get the book as mobi which is kindle, pdf or nook. i get a lot of books that way for authors who may for whatever reason dont use amazon. here is the link
        https://bookfunnel.com/

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    2. How were you able to do that? Did you save the email on your Kindle? I do not use my Kindle for emails generally. I do go online to FaceBook, internet searches, play games, download books and read books. I am not sure how you were able to process the books to your Kindle.

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  11. I use Book Funnel all the time, that would be great and an easy way to download your books to those of us that use our Kindles to read out books…Please let me know if you decide to do that.

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  12. I went on Book Funnel last night and started adding books. As soon as I figure out how to distribute them I’ll let you know. I truly appreciate the suggestion! I also received emails from readers who have a Nook app on their Kindle devices and phones. The books can be read with that app, it saves your place everytime, and it doesn’t require the purchase of a Nook. They also said that the document should be saved to your device before reading that way you’re not revisiting the email everytime. Thanks folks 🙂

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    1. I am Fluffy413 & Chris Baker – these are my replies on your message page…. I cannot wait for you to have it all set up….I think you will get more readers than you may think…. edna hamptonJuly 16, 2020 at 2:50 pm some authors put send their books thru bookfunnel. that app lets you get the book as mobi which is kindle, pdf or nook. i get a lot of books that way for authors who may for whatever reason dont use amazon. here is the link BookFunnel

      Fluffy413July 17, 2020 at 6:27 am How were you able to do that? Did you save the email on your Kindle? I do not use my Kindle for emails generally. I do go online to FaceBook, internet searches, play games, download books and read books. I am not sure how you were able to process the books to your Kindle. Fluffy413July 17, 2020 at 6:23 amI use Book Funnel all the time, that would be great and an easy way to download your books to those of us that use our Kindles to read out books…Please let me know if you decide to do that. Fluffy413July 17, 2020 at 6:44 am Wonderful, just let us know when everything is set up…..have a great weekend!!!!

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      1. my kindle has an email app already installed i use it when i dont have my laptop with me since i dont use my phone for emails. so i just save the email mark it as unread then access the book that way but if she starts using book funnel then i wont have to do that

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      2. I have never used the email on my Kindle…but like you said if Ms Dubois starts using Book Funnel I won’t have to worry about doing that I could download them directly to my Kindle.

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      3. this is how it works, when you click the link above it takes you to a page where the book is shown. you click on the link that will take you to another page that will ask you what device you have. since i have a kindle i click on that which will take me to another page. you ciick on mobi an it will send you a link to whatever email you entered. once you get the email you then click on the book funnel link that will take you to a page. if you have the app which i do then you click on that an it will send the book to your kindle. i dont think i missed any steps but i checked an the book is in my library

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    1. I have a mobi and epub reading devices. Both apps can be added to phones, Nooks, Kindles (fairly sure), and your computer. Since I have many books on both of my readers, I am downloading books to my computer. When downloading your books, I had the opportunity to download mobi or epub versions. Personally, I am using epub as they are more accessible. The app I use to read the books on my computer is overdrive. I can move the books up to Google, Apple, Kindle or Nook. Google and Apple are via the computer, but to move to Kindle or Nook I have to attach my device to the computer. When downloading your books, BF opened which gave me the choice of where and type of file I wanted. I am looking forward to reading the books when I get through my TBR list. 🙂

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  13. Awesome!!!!! I have my codes, going download them now….. Sorry, I just love cats….I think they are my spirit animals…I have lost some (passed away type of lost) and I know that they are with me all the time…. 

    Via

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      1. I have three boys….Max, Ricky, & Kevin. Max just turned 9 years old and Ricky & Kevin are litter mates and just turned 2 years old….just like having children again…..

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  14. Yes, I think you should include the adult racy books. If people cannot read your warnings of content then that is their issue. I love books that have more adult content. But, of course, I love dark dark romances too.

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    1. Thanks so much for leaving your input! I was considering posting “Revelations” but that one is rated Mature for… pretty much everything lol. Now that I know there are readers like you who enjoy the dark dark romances I will probably get that one posted too. Thank you for reading and commenting. It’s very helpful to me 🙂

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  15. Hi Catalina!
    I found you on Goodreads, well actually you found me :). And then I saw your books. I would like to download and read Infinity series, but don’t know where to start from. In what order should I start?

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    1. Hello Mr. Djuric,
      Your review of Nebo nema miljenike was very interesting and heartfelt. I will be readining that story as soon as I’m not being crushed beneath the deadline for Book of Matthew II. To answer your question, the books of the Infinity series have the same main characters but they take place in different lifetimes so there is no particular order to read them in. Find a time period that seems interesting to you and jump right in. No book will ever spoil another. On the rare occasion that one of my stories must be read in sequence there will be a note in bold print at the beginning of the description to inform you what book to read first. Thank you for being a reader and taking the time to leave a message! 🙂

      Stay safe and have a wonderful day,
      -Catalina

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