Great contemporary fantasy set in the modern world but utilizes high-fantasy tropes in a different way. The character voices are very unique from each other, from light-hearted to rather disturbing. There is great deal of humor but definitely some violence and profanity-so be warned. Highly recommend. – Amazon Review
— So begins the apocalypse, with death and a story of love —
An old soul (several centuries old), the lover, fighter, and telekinetic Drake receives an order to safeguard Ana, a mortal with Elder Talent.
Ana, an artist beset by haunting visions, falls for the perfect stranger while venturing home to mediate emergent family chaos.
Past-warlord and present commander Sasuke wields his telepathic might to outwit Council traitors in an effort to save the human realm and its Guardian from a new Dark War.
Criminal and light bender Lou, now sought by the Council to answer for his sins, seeks shelter with the Reverend—an Elder fit to bypass rules of magic meant to be unbreakable.
As time’s last grains of sand deplete, an ancient battle may renew, with pieces of the fractured realm imperiling man’s modern world. Though few on Earth are cognizant, dark days now lie ahead. . .
One fate, two paths, six singular perspectives, and plethoric danger.
Contemporary fantasy at its polychromic finest—pure delight.
About the Author
Brien Feathers’ first true love was poetry. A brief affair with literary fiction followed, but now she’s betrothed to urban fantasy–head over heels, as she’ll tell you. The resultant love child, Silver to the Heart, is the first installment of her Light of Adua series–vampires, magic, and all that good stuff.
When Brien isn’t writing, reading, or driving herself insane with DIY projects, she runs, drinks dark beer, and watches terrible zombie films. She also pretends to love everyone in her family equally, but it’s been long suspected that she favors her youngest son, whose autism superpower allows him to speak myriad of languages, including bird, elevator, and fire engine. In truth, she does love everyone and everything . . . except for moths. Just keep the moths away, please.