Reviews - Fantasy / Urban Fantasy

“Be quick, be quiet, and be careful”.  Humanity has spent a hundred years in darkness. The world of Valdhir knows no day. Its two moons are fixed, unmoving, in the sky. Arya has spent her entire life training inside the Queen’s mountain of West Mirth. Arya is a runner.

Lane is a part sun fae part blood fae, who has never fit in with her own people. When she lived at home, Lane was treated as an abomination and was bullied, called names, threatened, and someone even attempted to assassinate her when she was younger.

Taming of the Few (Guardians of the PHAE Book 1)
Christy Nicholas &
Rowan Dillon

With the shifting of the magnetic poles, part of the human population on earth has developed magical powers. These range from powerful to small and insignificant. The people who possess these powers are known as the Unhidden. But bigotry and hatred run strong, and the Pure Earther Movement has their sights set on the destruction of the Unhidden.

Myra is not just devoted to the goddess of death; she is a direct descendant. Stulla’s followers are often misunderstood and even persecuted so Myra works to keep her powers a secret. Forced from her home at a young age because of these powers, she was in the servitude of Queen Amelia for many years. Now, free from Amelia she is ready to start anew in the Kingdom of Oxare.

Aurora, the princess of Edenhart, is in for an unfortunate turn of events as everything she’d ever known is about to fall at her feet. As she’s left the last heir on the throne, she’s forced to reign over her kingdom sooner than she wanted. However, to make matters worse, she and her trusted Flight Captain, Percy, discover a prophecy that threatens her world.

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