James-Cyrus' neighbor, Cora, knows all too well the tragic history of the cabin. When James-Cyrus tells Cora about Elizabeth, Malachi, and his fantastic vault back through time, the two devise a plan to change the past and right a wrong that has haunted the Hoffmann family for generations. But can they find the key to unlock the past in time to change what history said happened to Elizabeth and Malachi?
They’re not alone. With the support and backing of the shapeshifters, vampires, and other paranormal creatures of the Portland area society—which includes dryads, djinn, dragons, rusalkas, and much, much more—Merry Eastwood should be outmatched.
But that witch is over two hundred years old and she’s seen more than any of them could imagine. When a rash of murders pop up with evidence applied a little too liberally to pin Merry, Paige has a choice to make. Put Merry Eastwood, the most powerful witch their society has seen in centuries, away for murders she didn’t commit.
Or save her family, her society, and the entire Portland area and put her behind iron bars for the murders they can’t tie her to.
While entering the small village, a big group of people was gathering around a sign that was being posted by a royal knight. His expensive uniform gave him away. After pushing a few people around, I was able to read the post.
“Young Princess Victoria has been abducted by Amira, the dark magic sorcerer. The King is offering one hundred gold coins to anyone who rescues her.”
One hundred gold coins? My siblings and I would not have to worry about when the next meal was going to come.
“Do not tell me you are actually considering rescuing the Princess, little girl!” a handsome stranger asked.
“I am not a little girl, I am sixteen years old, and it’s none of your business if I am going to rescue her or not.”