The final novel in the bestselling series by Kelly St. Clare, The Tainted Accords "This is the heaviest the veil has ever felt. But I am the strongest I have ever been. The veil is nothing."
A part of me knew when I was taken from Osolis,
That when I returned–if I lived long enough to return–I would carry death and destruction to her doorstep.
That is the irony of peace.
It only comes after war.
From the award-winning and best-selling author of the Ancient Guardians novel series comes a new mini-series bringing readers to a time and place where Levi and Harrison Oxley first begin serving on Earth. In Twin Paradox, Levi and his cousin Harrison are elated to be given a rare opportunity to guard on Earth together as new recruits. A series of abductions at a high school in a small town in Arizona has forced the commander of the Guardians to put the two recruits on the assignment in order to blend in with the students. Confident they can capture the one who is responsible for the series of abductions and recover the missing students, Levi and Harrison aren’t concerned by the fact that they are facing their first mission on Earth alone. What they don’t realize is that their first assignment will lead them to an enemy that even a seasoned Guardian would be able to go up against. Faced with an adversary that is impossible to comprehend, Levi and Harrison must do their best to understand what must be done to defeat it.
It’s survival of the fittest, but first you have to fit in. Shae is sure the icy rage that eats away at her is driving away her friends and pulling her closer to the wrong boy. But, as her protected world unravels, she discovers the violent supernatural world that lurks in her quiet hometown and the ancient feuds that threaten to destroy both her friends and her family. To save those she loves, Shae must succumb to her own fury, but at what cost?
Releases October 22nd
Cynthia and Nick are best friends, and she’s intent on keeping it that way. She’s always wanted a BFF, and she’s not about to compromise their friendship by doing anything silly, even if they are studying abroad in the romantic city of Rome together. Cynthia is there to see the world and experience all it has to offer, including boys. After all, she can always hook up with Nick back in Arkansas if she changes her mind. But when an unexpected family tragedy happens back home, her trip is thrown into turmoil. Torn between going home and staying in Rome, between partying to forget her sorrows and dwelling on regrets, she always seems to make the wrong choice. So when her friendship with Nick begins to crumble, she’s forced to reevaluate that choice, as well. Is staying ‘just friends’ the only thing that ensures he will always be there for her, or is it the one thing that their friendship can’t endure?This is one of four stand-alone novels about four friends finding themselves, and maybe love, in the "City of Fountains." Look for the other When In Rome novels to read more!
Teenage Witch Angela Tanner is learning to control her powers, but it’s not as easy as it looks. Especially when everything points to her being a FireWitch. With the help of her boyfriend and Guardian, Jody Nieves, she sets out on a journey to discover the truth about where her powers come from and who it is that wants them. Can she learn control in time to save herself? Find out in this second installment of the Angela Tanner Files.
Releases October 28th
When Ignacia’s mother died, she had to take the role of taking care of her six younger brothers. They’re more annoying than ever, especially since her father, the king of the Swan Kingdom, sent them all to hide in a tiny cabin in the regular world. But even being cramped in close quarters is better than being found by their dangerous and magical stepmother, Annie, who is bent on eliminating the seven of them and securing the Swan Kingdom for herself. No matter what, it is Ignacia’s job to protect them. But when the worst happens and her brothers are transformed into swans, Ignacia flees into the wilderness. Armed with only a magical ball of yarn, she must find her brothers and free them from their curse. There’s a catch: she must weave her brothers shirts out of a special type of flower. She also can’t speak a word, not even a swear word, until they are completed, no matter how long that takes. Ignacia’s journey takes her back into her home world, Fable, landing her in a village where royals and others alike are plotting how best to stop the likes of Annie from taking over all the kingdoms. Darkness closes on the village and all the blame shifts to Ignacia. Unable to defend herself and with no one on her side but a young, but burdened king, Ignacia will have to chose between saving herself and saving her brothers.
Kai Watson is only 16, but she’s never had a real dream in her life. Each night, she leaves her body, travels to a new location, and adds the sites she sees to her “dream book.” When she witnesses the brutal murder of upperclassman Darla Baxter while astral traveling, Kai is determined to stay out of it. She never saw the murderer’s face, and who would believe her anyway? Now Kai has lost her ability to astral travel, and she’s forced to relive the murder each night in a nightmare. With no word on Darla’s body, Kai decides to take the mystery into her own hands to find closure and get back to her travels. As she searches for answers, she continues to bump into Darla’s brother, Collin. Can she catch the killer and still open her heart to Collin, or will she lose her gift forever?