Pathway of the Chosen
In this top-selling epic series, follow Bronwen as she explores what it means to be god-touched. Long ago, she arrived at the Healer’s Academy with no memory of her past. Her fire-streaked hair marks her as a Northerner, yet there is much that she keeps hidden. After a moonlit meeting with the mysterious Conri, High Lord of the Wolf Tribe, she learns that the dark god Nox long ago claimed her, naming her Kingmaker. Now trained as a healer, Bronwen seeks her own path, far from the immortal’s gaze. Yet, soon, she realizes how closely she is watched, now and always.
How far must one travel to escape the gaze of a dark-shadowed god? After fleeing the Healer’s Academy, Caryss struggles against becoming little more than a plaything of the gods. Pregnant with a child who will be born of shadows and stars, Caryss searches for an army to protect her unborn daughter. Along the way, she finds help from a fallen mage, an exiled prince, a blood-stained shaman, and a boy who commands the skies. Yet, even with their assistance, Caryss cannot run far from the High Lord Conri, whose love for her is profaned and damaged.
Syrsha bears the blood of gods and the darkened gaze of her father, yet she wanders far from the promised throne. For most of her life, Syrsha has lingered in exile, hidden from enemies both mortal and divine. Now, stronger than ever before, she longs to return to Eirrannia, the land her mother vowed to save. Across the seas, Jarek, an Elemental mage who commands sky and storm, readies himself for the battle that will soon commence. As sworn ally to Syrsha, he awaits her arrival with unspoken fear, for none know who she has become. But the High Lord desires his daughter’s return more than any, for he has sacrificed much for her to live. In search of an army, Syrsha travels east to Tian where men fight without weapon. And where the great cats welcome her as both enemy and kin.
Syrsha has returned after moon years spent in exile to find her allies gathered at Wolfsbane – home of the Wolf Tribe. Her enemies gather, too: Lightkeepers who seek to kill all with dark blood; Cordisians who follow their king on his quest for vengeance; Crows who want the mortal realm as their own. But no enemy matters once the shadow god rises. At her side is Jarek – an Elemental mage who controls the skies, but desires the Rexterran throne. Yet even he fears her, for their kin are ancient foes. War comes, and no ally or sword can save Syrsha from the one who betrays her.
The path that so many have walked ends with a final confrontation against a god that cannot be killed. Syrsha, born to sit the throne of night, battles her own darkness as she tries to save her mother's homeland from death and destruction. Jarek joins her, risking his own tenuous rule over Rexterra, and, together, the allied forces from across lands and seas ready to battle the Dark God. Is it Nox who they fear or Syrsha, who tries to hide her rising powers? Read the moving conclusion to the top-selling epic fantasy series, Pathway of the Chosen, that brings together old characters and welcomes new ones.
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Ancient gods inspire a modern crime in this intoxicating blend of myth and madness. Dandelion Jackman, a soon to be married newspaper photographer, has it all: a successful career, an ambitious and handsome fiancé, and blessings from the gods. However, a not so extraordinary day changes everything, and Dandelion discovers nothing is at it seems. Now, she will stop at nothing to even the scales of justice. Nemesis - balancer of life, daughter of Justice, and goddess of divine vengeance - arrives when Dandelion needs her most. What follows is a smart, suspenseful tale of one woman's quest for revenge.
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There is little that is as delicious as early love, an invigorating ambrosia that mimics what the gods sip. The most pleasant intoxicant, one that, after just one taste, makes us chase it infinitely. The thing that makes us feel the most alive. The thing that makes us feel so agonizingly close to death upon its retreat.
The gods were not kind when they granted us this freedom and should have known better the consequences that come with the rise and fall of love. Love always falls. Love always turns bitter, even after decades disguised as the most delightful dessert. I only tell you this so that you might fully enjoy it while its sweetness remains. Be aware that the end comes, and, until it does, savor each swallow.
You will forget this advice, as I have so many times. And you will hurt for this lapse as those suffering spirits – the Algos – depart Hades to inflict sorrow upon your soul. Yet you will rise again, as a reminder of that other trait the gods rightly gave humans: perseverance.