· Noblebright Publishing

About this ebook

Fallon and Morrigan face off for the ultimate battle … in their minds.

Fallon and the other shipwreck survivors join forces with the selkie and pech against the fasgadair. They plot to reclaim Bandia, then the rest of Ariboslia, not stopping until they destroy Morrigan. Armed with redeemed blood and the ultimate weapon, Turas, they can’t fail.

But Morrigan has dark magic on her side—and an unwitting spy.

As Fallon and her friends conspire, Morrigan uses the spelled version of the mind-link Fallon shared with Aodan and Alastar. With it, Morrigan learns their secrets and infiltrates Fallon’s mind.

By the time Fallon realizes what’s happening, it may too late. Will the redeemed blood and Turas be enough to remove the evil that’s plagued Ariboslia for centuries? Or will Fallon become Morrigan’s pet—a plaything in her mind?

Aloft is the third and final book in the Ariboslia Christian fantasy series. If you enjoy visiting alternate worlds that feature fast-paced adventure, supernatural creatures, compelling characters, and exciting plot twists, come to Ariboslia. You’ll love this third installment in J. F. Rogers’s page-turning series.

Pick up your copy of Aloft to join Fallon in her final quest!

About the author

J. F. Rogers lives in Southern Maine with her husband, daughter, dog, and cat. She has a degree in Behavioral Science and teaches a 5th & 6th grade Sunday School class. When she’s not visiting Ariboslia, you can find her buried under snow or the beach, depending on the time of year. Tuki the mega mutt is her constant companion and greatest distraction. Above all, she’s a believer in the One True God and can say with absolute certainty—you are loved. Connect with her at

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