They want to talk to him alone. Kennedy knows if they do, they’ll kill him. She notices strange glowing silvery marks along their arms. The problem? She’s the only one. But she hasn’t gone unnoticed. They notice. And she has a feeling that she just put a clock on her own life.
Out of nowhere, a feeling and inner voice comes forth, telling her to shift and lead them away. To go up.
Shedding her human life for a life filled with flying, wings, and men chasing her down, Kennedy sheds a past that may have been a lie, for a future she has to figure out on her own with limited information. Heading for protection with a dark beast in a dark cave that she didn’t know existed until this moment, she realizes too late that he may end up the one she needs protection from.
Enter a land of fantasy in the Sylphline Realm series where our future may be one filled with wings. The first in a two-part series from writer, Kim Iverson, is sure to make you want to shed your human skin for a land of beauty and flight.
Until now. Ashai just has to kill Pushtani King Abadas Damar and his daughter/heir, Markari. He infiltrates the king's inner circle, putting him in the perfect place to strike. Only the venerable Captain Bauti of the Royal Guard, whose love for Makari is well-known in the palace, suspects Ashai of anything.
Except Ashai has fallen for Makari and cannot complete the hit. When a second Denari Lai strikes, Ashai finds himself fighting for Makari's life instead of taking it. To make matters worse, the order cuts him off from his magic, leaving him weakened and in withdrawal.
Meanwhile, far north, in the Pushtani mines that border Nishi'iti, a slave named Pachat learns that his love, a hand-slave to Makari, has been killed. His grief ignites a rebellion, with him as the leader of the other miners. Urged on by Nishi'iti special forces, the rebellion sweeps across the borderlands, threatening to erupt into all-out war. Yet all Pachat wants is to avenge his beloved's death, so he walks away from the rebellion to seek his lover's killer.
As Pachat makes off for the capitol city, Ashai is forced to rely on the capitol city's organized crime gang. Despite his best efforts to hide it, Makari discovers Ashai's true identity, and suddenly, he finds himself without her love, without his faith, and without the Denari Lai, Ashai finds himself alone at rock bottom.
Can Ashai kill the second assassin and win back Makari's love? Will Pachat gain the revenge he so lustily seeks?
Runaway Princess Lyneah fled her castle to escape her mother, a queen gone mad. On her search for a savior, she is mistaken for a penniless barmaid.
For unknown reasons, the princess and pauper are nearly identical. And they're about to trade places.
The Princess & The Pauper is a swashbuckling steampunk adventure with a dash of romance. The first three books of the Belles & Bullets series are included.
Lyr might be a powerful elven lord in charge of thousands, but his personal life is a disaster. Just the month before, a daughter he’d never known existed arrived from Earth, giving him news of his lost love’s death. Since then, he has been betrayed, captured, and almost murdered. And though his enemy was defeated, Lyr’s wounds never seem to heal. He certainly doesn’t need more conflict.
A perilous journey
Amid the glittering perfection of Alfheim, Meli is a dismal failure. Haunted by visions of people and places she’s never seen, she struggles to find her place. So when her king orders her to lead an expedition to another world, Meli is caught between shock and terror. How can she navigate the Veil between worlds with no magic of her own? But with Alfheim threatened by strange, dark energy, she has no choice.
A threat that spans worlds
The last thing Lyr expects is the arrival of the Ljósálfar, the reclusive Norse elves of Alfheim. More surprising? One among them, Meli, is a possible soulbonded, a link he’d believed lost with his previous love. But wounded and besieged with problems on every side, he can’t let himself be distracted. Poisoned energy is flooding into the closely connected realms of the fae, causing sickness, and Lyr must rush to find the source of the threat.
Only Moranaia remains untouched—leading Lyr to suspect one of his own people might be to blame.