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    Ten years ago, Orien, crown prince of the Seleighe, was captured by his mortal enemies, locked in a dungeon, and turned into a vampire. Four years ago, Cullen, a Healer's brother, disobeyed his Mistress' orders, thus sealing his fate for all eternity.

    Now, they both are free. But a secret only Cullen knows lies locked inside his mind, and it might drive him mad before he can uncover the identity of a traitor--the elf who betrayed Orien and left them both to die in darkness.



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    Werewolves change into wolves when the moon is full. But Edward's curse only allows him to be *human* when the moon is full. 

    Alone and despairing, Edward hides himself away from the world and scrapes out a meager existence for almost a century amidst the forest he has grown to love. But in the depths of a terrible winter, he stumbles across clues from the life his mother left behind in Faerie, and the truth of both his birthright and his curse.


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    When ten-year old Jacob Lane's parents mysteriously vanish, she is sent to Darkbrook, the only school of magic in the United States. While there, she stumbles upon a series of mysterious deaths. Nine students have died in the past one hundred years. Nine ghosts haunt the halls of Darkbrook. Will Jacob be the tenth ghost, or will she be able to stop a witch's reign of terror with the help of her friends?


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    For two hundred years, the Selkies have kept themselves separate from those who live on the land. But now, the Selkies need allies or they will be crushed by their ancient enemies, the Finfolk.

    What Jacob and Ophelia find in the eighth room uncovers a mystery that dates to Darkbrook's beginnings, and might save the Selkies from extinction. With the help of the youngest member of the Wild Hunt, they must foil the Finfolk who desire the Selkie's destruction... or die trying.


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    After Niklas' picture shows up in too many newspapers to count, Darkbrook is forced to go on the defensive. But there are more than dragonhunters in the forest, and as Jacob learns how to use her newfound talents, she helps to right an old wrong and must battle a teenage wizard intent on proving--once and for all--that magic is real.


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    When Alban's father appeared at the castle door with a vampire in tow and apologies on his lips, Alban fell under his spell just like everyone else and welcomed him home. But Terrin did not return to live quietly in his brother's kingdom. He had other plans, and with Alban's untrained powers at his disposal, he begins his plan to destroy the Seven Kingdoms and rule them all, beginning with his brother's death.

    He engineers to cast the blame on his nephew, Teluride, intending to see the boy executed for his father's murder. But there are those who would thwart him in his mad plan for power, and Alban forms an unlikely alliance with Skade, the reclusive Queen of Iomar, and Terrin's slave, a young vampire with no memory of his name or origins. Although the future looks grim, Alban and the vampire attempt to stop Terrin, and they almost succeed.

    But a darker history lies at the heart of Terrin's treachery, and only Skade knows the true reason why Terrin would murder his own brother and attempt to destroy both Alban and the vampire to achieve his goals. The Ghost who resides in Skade's mirror--her servant and slave--holds one of the keys to Terrin's madness, but more than one person wishes for the past to remain the past and the future to hold no shadows of what might have been...

    A Dreamer dreams the future when the past is not yet laid to rest. Ten years ago, a plague swept across the Seven Kingdoms. Ten years ago, the Queen of Iomar's son was exiled, named the author of the magical plague. Now, in the present, Terrin works to complete his ultimate goal: control of the Seven Kingdoms, using his son's power to supplement his own. But his attempt at dominion is not met without resistance, and the fate of the world rests in the hands of an exiled prince, a Dreamer, and a vampire...




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    The Wild Hunt roamed the forest outside of Beth-Hill until the Council bound them for a hundred years--a lifetime, to a human, but only a passing thought to one such as Gabriel. But a century has put its mark even on the Master of the Wild Hunt, and as the Council's binding draws to a close, old enemies reappear to ensure that the Wild Hunt is bound again, to a Master--or Mistress--much worse than the Council could ever become.


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    Erialas Morgan brought his mother back to life with a spell that shouldn't exist, but he acted out of desperation and love.

    There are others who wish to use that same spell for their own gain--and to destroy the Wild Hunt once and for all. Caught in the middle of a war between the Morgan clan of vampires and their human kin, Erialas turns to the Hunt for help. But even Gabriel cannot stop the tide of death and destruction once it turns.


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    Almost sixty years ago, Darkbrook opened its doors to students of *different * natures, sending out letters of invitation to the elves, the dragons, and... the vampires. The three who responded banded together despite their differences, and vanished only weeks later, along with an entire class of students and their teacher. 

    Someone summoned a demon to Darkbrook and trapped that demon in a body the shape of a human boy. That demon is still in Darkbrook after sixty years, and all he wants to do is go home.

    The Wild Hunt has healed, and grown closer together, keeping the forest safe and secure for those who live there. Malachi has adapted to Josiah's spell, but when the demon boy disrupts this newfound calm, the Hunt--and those they protect--are thrust into a struggle that should have ended almost sixty years ago--when a vampire, an elf, and a dragon--among others--vanished into the Mists.



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    Abby's elderly Aunt Rose has always been a bit--odd. And now she's off on a mysterious trip, leaving Abby behind to run the Rose Emporium--a rather unusual sort of shop housed in a large Victorian house in the middle of nowhere. It would have been a perfect place for Seth and the others to take a break from traveling between Faires. But when tragedy strikes and Abby and the others discover the true nature of the Rose Emporium, they will have to travel into Faerie itself before their tight-knit group is whole again.

    Abby Duncan doesn't know much about her family. But she's about to find out the truth--whether she likes it or not.


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    For Vhina Starfist-T'Evagduran, 4th Princess of Malan, adventure is a hereditary trait. With a reality controlling savant for a father, and an elven mistress of elements for a mother, Vhina has lived in the shadow of her parents' legend. Trained almost from birth in the arts of battle, she can only wonder why--because there is no war...not even a hint of one.

    Until today.

    Child of Ascendants carries on the story of the children of Gaea, and their struggle to protect the realms from the threat of the Chyrith, a race so powerful, entire universes fall under their sway...


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    An impossible battle.

    An unconquerable enemy.

    A hero with one mission: to win.

    Bannor Starfist has an enemy, a powerful and vengeful enemy. As the insane moon goddess, Hecate, and her minions close in on him, devastating the world he loves, Bannor realizes he must fight to save them all.

    With the threat of being consumed by his newly recognized power, Bannor struggles to learn how to control it while clashing with the evil that confronts him.  Armed with a little more than an axe and his love for his wife, Bannor goes head-to-head against a god.  But how does one defeat a god?



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