Stay away from the Magi.
For a dreg like Mara, survival isn’t guaranteed. She can't manipulate water like an Irrigo, or juggle fireballs like an Ignis. With no magic of her own, she struggles to find her place in Stonehollow where the hostile Gifted would rather see her dead. It might be easier to accept if she could understand why the old Magi had refused to Gift her on her first birthday, but he's taken his secrets to the grave
Forced to flee her hometown, Mara is determined to discover the truth about Gifts, and the Order that controls them.
But when she uncovers a sinister web of corruption and lies, can she risk the wrath of Head Magi Cadmus by exposing the truth?
The Order's disciples are coming for her, and the price of stopping the Order might be more than she can pay
The Dreg Trilogy is a clean YA fantasy full of magic, adventure, and a slow burn romance.
(This collection includes Dreg, Gifted, and Order).
Three books. One epic journey.
The Order has a secret.
And they’ll kill to keep it hidden.
Mara is a dreg. She can't manipulate water with the flick of her hand, juggle fireballs over her head, or grow crops in barren land with her power. Compared to the Gifted in Stonehollow, she might as well be dirt.
With no magic of her own, each day is a struggle to find her place in a hostile village where the Gifted would rather see her dead.
For eighteen years, she's struggled to understand why the old Magi had refused to awaken her Gift on her first birthday.
But he's taken his secrets to the grave.
When the Order sends a new Magi to replace the old, Mara knows she’s doomed. He's handsome and charming, and for some reason, he won’t leave her alone. But can she trust him?
When Mara uncovers a dangerous secret, she must flee the Order who will do anything to capture her before she can expose their corruption.
Because if the truth gets out, the consequences will be catastrophic.
Tales From Stonehollow is a collection of six short stories set in the Dreg universe.
Explore the continent in greater depth through the eyes of six unique characters. From a silent protector faced with an impossible decision to a Rei who learns the consequences of his choices, follow these characters as they experience both failures and triumphs.
Tales From Stonehollow can be read as a standalone, or in conjunction with the Dreg Trilogy.
Each story is between 1,400 and 2,600 words in length.
A destiny she doesn’t want.
A future she can’t have.
A prophecy that will change everything.
With the pain of betrayal and loss fresh in her mind, Mara must do the unthinkable if she wants to survive—work with the enemy.
It might be impossible, considering she wants to stab Cadmus in his cold, black heart the first chance she gets.
With the help of her allies, Mara must break free from the clutches of the Order and forge her own path. There’s just one small problem…
She can no longer tell friend from foe.
Betrayal, assassination, and banishment are a stroll on the beach compared to family.
After a year in exile, Crown Prince Silvano Miore’ returned to his seaside homeland of Crystalmoor, hoping to reconcile with his estranged father.
Instead, he was met with an outstretched sword.
Suspicion hangs over him after the death of his father. Kin-killer, they call him. Now he must navigate the treacherous waters of the nobility and the sea god’s priests if he is to be anointed and take his place as Miestryri.
But how can he win over the people who fear and distrust him?
When he makes a life-shattering discovery, will he give up, or will he fight for the future he wants?
When Mara escaped the Order, she thought the worst was behind her.
She couldn’t have been more wrong.
Now, she must survive court life while undermining the Order at every turn. If the emperor discovers her secret, it will be more than just her neck on the chopping block.
But Cadmus is proving to be a more cunning foe than she’d imagined, and her complicated feelings about a certain disgraced Magi certainly aren’t helping.
Friends have become enemies and alliances will be broken, but can Mara prevent a war?
Or is war inevitable?
Mara must destroy the Order… or die trying.