This riveting fantasy adventure emphasizes the triumph of good over evil in a young prince’s journey of enlightenment and growth into the responsibilities of manhood. In the Empire of the Seven Kingdoms, the forces of evil test the faith of the royal bloodline in the peaceful city of La Ataviada. The warlock Eduen conspires with the evil King Jonaed to oppressively rule his subjects after winning a battle for the Seven Kingdoms. The surviving soldiers and generals of the Empire, loyal to the fallen King Alexis, hide in waiting for the day their Redeemer comes to lead them to victory. The plot revolves around young Prince Eli, Jhaveh’s chosen Redeemer, and his adopted brother Liam, as they journey from Paradise through many mystical lands, learning valuable lessons and skills along the way. With the help of Rolsta, Prince Eli’s winged lion, legions of angel warriors and the elusive Princess of the Waters, Eli and his soldiers victoriously reclaim La Ataviada and the Empire.
Prince Jalen ‘Anaq Al-Jameyri, oldest son and heir to the kingdom of Zammar, is an acclaimed general, a war hero, and also a man who hides dark secrets behind a mask.
Sadie worked as a healer on the outskirts of the capital, offering her services to her neighbors to cure illnesses and injuries. But her abilities have attracted the attention of the authorities, and she is now awaiting death, accused of a crime she didn’t commit.
When all seems lost, the masked prince stays the executioner’s hand and instead offers Sadie a bargain: a year of her life in his service. In exchange, when the year has ended, she will have her life and freedom again. With nothing left to lose, she accepts the deal.
In the palace of Zammar, under Jalen’s expert hands, Sadie will learn of pleasure and desire unlike anything she could have ever imagined. And she will step right Into the Fire…
Into the Fire is a 11.5k words novellette (around 55 pages) and is the first of the Prince of Zammar serial. Episodes 1 to 4 are now available. Episode 5 will be released on August 16th and the last episode on August 30th.
Kathair wanted answers to her lost memories. Instead of answers she found herself magically bound to the very man her nightmares warned her against.
In a dark world torn apart by war, Fayodale rebuilt itself into a feudalistic society full of religious and political corruption.
Public executions are performed as entertainment and families pay tribute for a goddess to provide them with children birthed through a mysterious pool.
So when the wife of a prominent politician becomes pregnant, the kingdom is thrown into chaos. Using his powers and influence, the Duke will stop at nothing to take the throne and Kathair must decide whether to accept her fate or attempt to flee as her world crashes down around her.
Monsoon Reign is a dark, romantic fantasy that contains violence, language and sexual situations.
A powerful curse holds the ancient land Ceartas within its grip. No offender ever escapes the countries’ harsh law system. Even when they haven’t been caught! This is the reason for many speculations and not in the least directed towards the mysterious young queen Artride Cumhachd.
When one morning young knight Tirsa Lathabris awakens to hear that her twelve year old brother will soon be hanged for a petty crime, she takes matters into her own hands. She decides it’s about time someone has a word with the queen about the absurd and old-fashioned law-system and to try and free her brother. Impulsive, unplanned and hot headed she is confronted with the captivating queen and soon learns the true story and well kept secret behind their country’s harsh law system. The ancient Law Book is cursed.
As long as the curse exists no new rules can ever be added and the existing ones never amended or denied. The law simply had to be followed – had to – as well as the punishments. No trials, no pleas, no nothing other than the penalty.
Stealing meant loosing a hand, killing meant loosing your life, banishment for betrayal, but mainly paying fees for a numerous of things to enrich the ruler of Ceartas even more.
Many people suspect magic and therefore try to follow the law and stay away from crimes. But more people seem to have been mutilated and killed in Ceartas by the curse than by any actual wrong- doing. It’s time for change!
After many years of failed attempts, from both the old king and the queen, to find someone powerful enough the young queen finally has renewed hope. Together; the queen and Tirsa as her bodyguard, undertake a perilous quest to find the great sorceress in the Magical Land of Dochas. She might be the only person powerful enough to be able to lift the curse. But they have to hurry as they only have three weeks to save Tirsa’s brother’s life before the penalty is to be paid.
On their journey they have to deal with unfinished business from both their pasts and present. Whilst they grow exceedingly fond of each other; their relationship is pushed to the limits as they try to break through the sorceress’ powerful magical traps and overcome all sorts of dangers. New questions arise; it becomes clearer with every day of their search through this enchanted land, that its lies in the sorceress’ power to help them, but if so… will she be willing to and for what price?
Even with a little help from the local Silent Folk, the search gets more and more desperate. Especially as it looks as if the sorceress, who appears to be the Dominator of Dochas and everyone in it, is in fact trying to prevent them from coming closer. Or is she just taunting and testing them and if so for what purpose?
She is slowly wearing them down by cunningly playing with their minds, body and soul as they travel through her magical protected domain. Confused and tired they struggle to know who to trust and distrust. But their friendship remains strong; if anything they have become the best team to fight against the evil they come across; fighting demons and finding themselves in the process.
Just when they finally meet the twisted sorceress and believe they are close to their much needed counter spell, they are in for another surprise.
As involved as they are by now; they find themselves facing a difficult choice. To not only free their own country, Tirsa’s brother and themselves – for their romantic relationship will never be tolerated by the law book and their lives will be at stake- but also Dochas and the innocent Silent Folk. In order to free everyone someone has to be saved or be killed… That someone is just as cursed as Ceartas is; not by a real spell but by her own history and the prison she has built around her heart over the years. That person is the evil sorceress and queen of Dochas herself. She is their last and only hope and their biggest challenge…
Any ordinary woman would consider it a faerytale come true.
For Emelie, this is a nightmare made manifest.
When Emelie Andersdotter learns the outcome of a decades-long war hinges on her arranged marriage to an infamous royal known for his dark reputation, she sees no choice but to accept her fate. Resigned to her unavoidable destiny, she travels to her parents’ ancestral home under the protection of a trusted family friend, where she prepares to navigate a world ruled by dark magic, mystery, and intrigue.
Nothing can prepare her, however, for the surprising affection she feels for the man she has always thought of as her uncle, Soren Vidar – or for the alluring reality of her intended mate, Kristian Vasen. Powerful and darkly handsome, her betrothed is far from the nightmare she envisioned, and Emelie finds herself torn between the intense pull she feels for her fated mate, and her heart’s desire for Soren.
Night Aberrations is a romantic tale, set in a complex world, populated with interesting and entertaining characters sure to leave you cheering for the heroes while casting reproachful glares at the villains.
The Corscan Empire is rapidly expanding as all allied countries of Brogden are seized in unspeakable bloodshed. Their soldiers are described as creatures forms wielding blazing swords and unknown magical weapons. The only mercy shown is to Corscan prisoner brides claimed on the battlefield as trophies of war. Brogden’s fate seems sealed as Elara, a serf’s daughter, finds herself ambushed while unwillingly escorting a noblewoman to the capital for her safety. Suddenly pulled onto a Corscan soldier’s horse she confronts the childhood tales of “better to die than be a prisoner bride” as a terrifying reality.