2015 Whitney Award Finalist in 2 categories: Speculative; Best Novel by a New Author

2016 Utah Book Award Finalist

Caretaker was, hands down, the best book I’ve read in years. It was original, smart, surprising, and beautifully written. Get the book, read it, go on the adventure, and be prepared for a few tears in the end…it’s worth it!” —5 Star Reviewer

“A jewel! Do not pass this one up. Call it a space opera with a delicious brand of character development that keeps you looking forward to the next turn of events. I had to force myself to put it down when life interrupted my reading. Did I mention that it is a really good book?” —5 Star Reviewer



About Caretaker

Fifty years in space—alone.

Ethan Bryant was supposed to fall asleep on a ship leaving Earth and wake up fifty years later with his family on the planet Minea. Instead, after the ship’s caretaker—the lone human in charge of monitoring the ship’s vital systems—suddenly died, the ship’s computer locked Ethan out of his stasis chamber and gave him the job. That was five years ago. Five years of checking to make sure everything runs smoothly on a ship Ethan knows almost nothing about.

Who wouldn’t dread the years ahead? Who wouldn’t long for their once-bright future now stolen away?

Ethan is resigned to his fate until the ship suddenly wakes up another passenger: a beautiful engineer who, along with Ethan, soon discovers a horrible secret—a navigation room hidden from even the ship’s computer. The ship is not bound for Minea—but to somewhere far more dangerous.

With the ship nearing its sinister destination, Ethan soon learns he is the only one who holds the key to saving all 4,000 passengers from a highly advanced, hostile alien race.

Check out the rest of the series:

Book 2                                      Book 3