A brilliant and original book, set on a vastly changed Earth almost destroyed by humans - and saved by daemons! For their own nefarious purposes, of course!
Piper is born to 2 haemons (in itself extremely rare as most haemons are infertile), she has no magic and is a girl to boot! Girls never survive this mix - ever! Piper's only goal in life is to become a Consul like her father, but having no magic means she needs to excel in other Consul skills - like combat and diplomacy. The first she excels at and the latter, well… she's learning!
Elita knew she was going to die - it was just a matter of time!
She had to find a cure for the curse that has plagued the girls in her family for 3 generations - and soon. Running away doesn't help, and Elita knows that her only option is to go back to the Bayou and find the origins of the curse - both for her survival and for her sisters who carry the same curse.
And we take another leap upwards in Molly's powers - after the shocking ending in Broken, we start the story with Molly coming to in a mountain cave in the Nether and not where she was supposed to be - in her world, protecting the people she loves.
Determined to get back to Detroit, she has to stop the war in the Nether. Battles fought by fear-filled, vengeful gods have far reaching and catastrophic effects on earth and the longer Molly stays there, the more her people and city will suffer.
When I was 5 years old, I remember whining to my father that I will NEVER be able to read – It was just too hard!
I was 13 before I successfully read my first adult book – a Mills & Boon classic romance (cringe..) but the thrill of reading an entire story was, at that time, a life altering, joyful experience. I recall whooping with excitement while I jumped around the kitchen table, my mother looking on with a proud, but baffled, look on her face.
Now it’s time to say “thank you” to all those wonderful authors who travelled with me on my life’s journey. This site is for you, a small token of appreciation of the many joys you have brought me over the years.>