Peacock Lavine and the Aetherian Fates of Nótt Series

A Norse Steampunk and Urban Fantasy Rollick and Tussle Through An Alternative Regency Iceland, England, and the Afterlife”

Note: This series is unpublished so I can re-work the story line into something longer. I’ll update this page when it is available again. Please reach out if you’d like to beta read. Thanks!!

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Book 1

Valkyrie Kára is underdeveloped and unruly.

When Kára is exiled from the Icelandic airship where she was groomed to become one of Odin’s Valkyries–Death Maidens who weave Fate on ancient looms and choose the bravest mortal warriors for an elite afterlife in Valhalla–she must forge a new existence as an immortal among mortals.

Kára becomes Peacock Lavine, an enigma making waves in Regency London. Her ability to empower the disenfranchised of society while also gaining influence among the social elite creates a feeling of power she never knew among the Valkyrie. Peacock soon realizes she is destined to be a catalyst for change, but she’s not sure she wants to be.

Her adventures among London’s low- and high-society pitch her into a rollick and tussle against the mortal and immortal forces that would keep her powerless against that which she is still struggling to comprehend–

The breadth of her own immortal Fate.


This is the first book in the PEACOCK LAVINE AND THE AETHERIAN FATES OF NÓTT series.

Set in ‘Jane Austen’ times with all its charming manners, balls, and romance, this book also weaves in lesser-known characters in Norse myth (uh-hem, such as the women!), battlefields, the Luddites, and plenty of paranormality, mannerpunk, steampunk, myth, alternate history, and urban fantasy. 

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