Melody’s running away again, but this time she can’t hide from the truth.
Melody had found a safe place with Robbie, at least she’d thought so. When it turns out he’s been abusing her, she taps into powers she’d convinced herself only existed in her imagination and escapes. On the run again, she heads to the only other home she’s had – her estranged family in Kotahi Bay.
Noah can taste the magic emanating from Melody the moment he meets her, but he’s tempted by more than just that. She might be sarcastic and quick to bite, but he can see the raw vulnerability beneath and can’t help but be drawn to her. The only problem is that he’s got secrets too, and if he lets them slip she’ll never trust him again.
Betrayed and isolated, Melody must accept the truth of what she is, and harness the power of the wind before Robbie destroys her family, and her life.
Can they trust each other enough to save a dying god?
Jake’s ability to amplify magic makes him useful to others, but means he’s always playing second fiddle. When he uncovers a toxin seeping into the ocean, he hopes that finding the source might gain him the respect he so desperately craves. That is if he can keep the daughter of the sea from killing him.
Moana has lived beneath the waves for so long she can’t remember what it was like to be human. She knows they’re to blame for the poison leeching into her waters and she’ll do anything to save her father, even if it means taking lives. But when Moana lures Jake into the ocean, something about him stays her hand. This young mortal makes her feel alive again, and what’s more, she has a feeling she can use him for more than just his blood.
Will Jake and Moana be able to stop the threat to the sea god, and the Bay?
This volume also includes previously published novella In the Spirit, your first introduction to Alyssa, the main character from In the Earth’s Embrace (Kotahi Bay #3).
If she thought the only skeleton in her closet was a ghost, she was dead wrong.
Alyssa’s finally settling into life in Kotahi Bay, and things are good. Mostly. Only, she hasn’t really made any friends. Oh, and people keep insisting that she take over her dead grandmother’s role as the town witch. But if she’s learned anything about her family it’s that magic has a way of warping even the best of them. Alyssa doesn’t want a bar of that so she continues to do what she does best–ignore the problem and hope it goes away–until her best friend Kelly shows up with secrets of her own.
Despite his intimate connection with death, necromancer Brandon needs help or his terminally ill nephew will die. The only way to get the cure is to convince Alyssa to become the town witch, or–worse–raise her grandmother from the grave. He thought he’d put his dark past behind him, but isn’t a life more important?
Can Alyssa and Brandon find a way through the secrets and lies that surround them, or will they doom Kotahi Bay to darkness?
She must find the one who stole Shadow and make them pay.
With Tū’s child at their doorstep, Samantha should be giving all her attention to securing the Bay and protecting the people she loves. But without her guardian spirit, Samantha feels untethered. There is only one thing on her mind – getting him back.
Kyle sold his soul and the only way to earn it back is to help Anahera take Kotahi Bay. When he meets Samantha, his resolve is shaken by the hope she sparks within him. To keep Sam, he must defy Anahera and risk losing his soul forever.
Can Samantha and Kyle find a way to save the Bay once and for all? Or will his soul and her guardian spirit be sacrificed to Anahera’s dark desires?
When the goddess calls, how will you respond?
Carmel must break free of her captivity to honour her son’s dying wish, and in doing so try to reconnect with the goddess she believes abandoned her. Vana, who struggled so hard to keep her daughter safe, now has to leave her people to rescue her from a threat she never saw coming. And Aida, once stolen, has now been returned, but she’ll never be the same again.
Serafina’s Flame is the story of these three women and how their lives intertwine. Can they put the past behind them in order to save their people?
Can they rekindle Serafina’s Flame?
Madea knows the price that must be paid when Diamara’s harsh sun leaves you Touched: you are Hollowed, your inner-self stripped away, leaving a mindless shell.
As aide to the brilliant Sullivan, Madea has assisted at a few of these procedures, but it’s not until she witnesses the Hollowing of a young woman much like herself that Madea begins to question the ethics of their work.
Caught in a struggle she didn’t know existed, Madea finds herself pregnant and over-exposed. She doesn’t know how long until the madness sets in, but she does know what it will mean for her and her unborn child. No life at all.
Madea must turn from those who would Hollow her—friends, family, lover—as well as the protective rules she has clung to her whole life, to the enigmatic stranger, Garrett. He is the only one who can help her now, but he might also be the one who made her Touched to begin with.
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