More than 1000+ pages of druids, dragons, demigods, and danger fill this modern Arthurian epic boxed set.
Legacies are forged through sacrifice. Book 1: Druid’s Dance (newly revised/edited edition)
Elijah Wadsworth lost his parents and twin sister in what he thought was little more than a tragic accident. But five years later, when Elijah begins manifesting strange abilities–which he neither understands nor can control–he discovers his family has been at the center of a cosmic battle for centuries… and his family’s death was likely no accident at all. A mysterious “girl in black” with dark, magical abilities pursues him, hoping to lure him to her cause. After coming into possession of a mystical stone, which transports Elijah into his deceased father’s ancient memories, Elijah and his closest friends must discover the source of his power together lest his newfound abilities drain his very soul, and open up our world to the blight of Samhuinn. When a girl he loves, however, is threatened he must make a choice to either save her by joining the sorceress, the “girl in black,” or save the world.
Book 2: Bard’s Tale
The Tree of Life—the source of Elijah’s power—is failing. Creatures from Samhuinn are breaking through the veil and terrorizing St. Louis. As the Tree weakens, Elijah’s abilities are failing. Will Elijah be able to stop the incursions before his powers fade completely?
Book 3: Ovate’s Call
Elijah’s Ovate—Tyler—is visited by a strange, but alluring, princess from Annwn. He’s immediately captivated by her–but Elijah fears the princess has ulterior motives. Is the princess who she claims to be, or is she another pawn in the Morrigan’s scheme? The cosmic struggle between Elijah, his Order, and the Morrigan and her legions comes to a head in the final installment of the Gates of Eden: the Druid Legacy Trilogy.
Readers of Theophilus Monroe’s Voodoo Academy from the Gates of Eden: The Voodoo Legacy will naturally adore the Druid Legacy. Combined with Celtic mythology and Arthurian lore, this druid urban fantasy is a compelling installment in the Gates of Eden world. With magical fantasy adventure romance, a snarky male hero, and a plethora of characters taken straight from Arthurain lore and the Celtic world of myth, this time travel epic fantasy will keep readers enthralled from start to finish.
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A summer camp for magical beings? Sign me up! The Night Phantom is Book 1 in the Olive Arin series, and the perfect choice for those in search of magic, a feel-good adventure, loveable characters, and high-stakes action.
Summertime for Olive Arin usually involves bodega snacks and attempts to avoid her bullies. But Olive’s dad has other plans when he sends her to a camp for People of Magic, just like her. Adventures are aplenty for the new faces among the wizards, vampires, and shape-shifters called nocturners — but then campers disappear. Pranks and hexes may be the least of Olive’s worries, especially at night.
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The dragon princess is missing. War is imminent. And someone is pulling the strings behind the scenes.
Amidst a collapsing empire, Lord Alexander and his divided siblings must band together to save their people from civil war. Their already strained bonds crumble as ‘The Mistress’ undermines their fragile unity.
As bloodstained pasts begin to resurface the three siblings must awaken their spirit arts, an unforeseen effect of the ancient dragon gods’ actions, if they have any hope to survive. But this is all part of her plan. She manipulates their fates from the shadows, intending to devour them from the inside out.
Unless the dragon princess sides with them, all may be lost.
Perfect for fans of strong female leads, intricate magic, complex epic fantasy plots and of course, dragons. Be sure to scroll up to grab book one now!
Want to get a taster of the universe? Grab your free copy of The Last Stand, the prequel novella to the Empire of the Dragon Gods Trilogy, just look inside!
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Sixteen-year-old Zach discovers his mom is a fairy godmother. But what’s
really freaking him out is the fact that he’s a fairy too. Now that his
mom’s been injured, he must finish her assignments before the next full
moon or they’re both grounded, meaning no wings, no wands, and no
position in the Organization of Destiny Fulfillment (ODF). Sure it would
suck to lose his newfound powers, but Zach quickly learns there’s far
more at stake. Failure also means messing up the lives of the people
he’s supposed to help.
Between a fairy-trainee who happens to be the girl he’s been in love with since fifth grade, a boss he doesn’t trust, and a gremlin physics teacher that wants to eat him, Zach’s pretty sure even a magic wand can’t bail him out.
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A street urchin with a mysterious gift. A nightmarish enemy hunting over the gaslit streets of London. Dark Magic Rising.
It’s a cold winter’s night when Jake Shillingsworth, serving boy at The Tattered Crow, finds himself running a task for his monstrous master Silas Grumble. Jake’s errands are never fun, but this one is worse than most. This one’s for a witch…
When Jake’s best friend is snatched by a terrifying creature he’s forced to seek help from Professor Thistlequick; an eccentric man known as the clockwork magician.
Soon Jake finds himself in strange shadowed streets and soaring over clouds in a race to stop the gravest of threats.
London Bridge is falling down, and so will the entire city if Jake and his unlikely companions fail.
The Clockwork Magician is what would happen if Sherlock Holmes met Doctor Who with a Dickensian cast of grotesques, nail biting adventures, and shadowy heroines who aren’t what they seem.
Buy The Clockwork Magician today and embark on this thrilling adventure today!
Praise for Eldritch Black:
“Eldritch Black is a superior story teller! Every character is brought fully to life with very few words, and what a delightfully creepy cast of characters he’s written”
“Wonderful world building paired with a perfect tone of dark and spooky.”
“(Reviewing on behalf of my 11 yr who read this book)
I absolutely loved it! Just the right amount of scary. It kept me on the edge of my seat!”
Forbidden Magic. Powerful enemies. A desperate fight for freedom.
Eona has been running all her life. Her ability to manipulate time makes her unique, but in a land where magic is outlawed, it’s also put a target on her back.
Kidnapped, powerless and sentenced to death, she is offered a way out: becoming an apprentice to the King’s sorcerer and get the training she needs.
The Royal Sorcerer seems like he’s on Eona’s side, but dark events are afoot and not everything is as it seems. In a palace full of secrets, friends are hard to find and when a young peryton hatches, Eona needs to decide who to trust to keep both herself and her magical companion alive.
Can she escape before her time runs out?
A YA fantasy novel full of magic and intrigue that will appeal to fans of Maria V. Snyder and Sarah J Maas.
A ghostly medieval knight and a creepy curse spoil the summer.
Brigit, a fae dryad, and Jib, her talking cat, become trapped in a haunted French chateau. They quickly become embroiled in a creepy family mystery with ties to the medieval myths and legends of the Holy Grail.
“I also had an interesting time,” the True Beast said, ignoring the materialization of the knight. “This family is under a curse.”
“Duh,” said Brigit, warily eyeing the ghost who was floating about a foot off the ground. “This guy probably knows something about it.”
Taking Brigit at her word, the knight began to speak, “For three days, I shall warn those at the Château du Puis. On the third night, one of you will die.”
The púca commented, “Sounds like we will be leaving tomorrow.”
Between the bizarre dinner ritual and unearthly screaming from the cellar, can the two break the Dupois curse before it claims another victim?
A contemporary fantasy – this Fae Magic adventure short story is a standalone tale using characters from the YA fantasy, Never Date a Siren – the College Fae Magic Series, book #1.
An enchanted Rose spellbound to a greenhouse prison.
Cursed to live within the glass walls of a greenhouse for her entire life, sixteen-year old Rose has finally reached her breaking point. She had to escape before she lost her mind. But life outside the protective glass was filled with perils of its own.
When she met Gabriel, she thought she’d finally found a savior. But neither was aware of what lurked inside him. Someone was pulling the strings from the shadows. With darkness on the horizon and danger lurking around every corner, Rose must escape the greenhouse, but at what cost?
How hard could it be to break out of a glass cage?
If you like devious nymphs, bloodthirsty curses, and fairytales with a dark twist then check out “Spellbound,” the first in the Spellbound mini-series.
Trigger warning– The main character does deal with abuse in the book.