It's said of Fairy that if you're in dire need and call the name of one, they'll come. With his young son, Gawain, in his arms and his castle under siege, High King Oryan couldn't be in any more dire need. With only Morgan, his High Marshal, and a handful of Morgan's men at his back he has only one direction left to run...up. And only one ally to whom he can turn. Kyriay, Queen of the Fairy.
Servant of the Gods
Orphaned as a child, Irisi became a mercenary to survive. Captured by the Egyptian army and made the spoils of war, she finds herself drawn to their commander. Though the attraction is mutual even he can't save her from enslavement and she's forced to fight in the ring for entertainment. In a desperate attempt to regain her freedom she throws herself on the mercy of the Gods, only to discover that her fate is written in prophecy...
Tales of the fabled Tomb of the Djinn and its Guardian have fascinated archaeologist Ky Farrar since a visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo when he was a boy. The story of the star-crossed lovers and their battle to save ancient Egypt from the Djinn made him choose his career. He believes he’s finally found it - only to discover the Tomb's Guardian is all too real. And she's as lovely as she is lethal.
Ky, however, isn't the only one searching.
The Coming Storm - Book One
A Convocation of Kings - Book Two
Not Magic Enough
For Delae, a lonely landholder on the edge of the Kingdoms, a frantic knock at the door on a stormy winter's night brings more than a cry for help.
After centuries of war Elves have little contact with the race of men, but Dorovan can't bring himself to ride past those so obviously in need. act, with enormous consequences.
Standalone prequel to The Coming Storm