Far above the newly created world, the recently appointed Domagersens, or Weather Beings, are arriving to begin performing their appointed duties. Back in Domagersen, their Homeland, each race of weather being lives separately to avoid agitating the animosity that has enforced their separation for eons, and it’s no different in the Sky Realm.
After a negative encounter with some of the other Domagersens, Helios—keeper of the Sun Orb—isn’t keen on meeting the Moon, Zelena. And he certainly never expected her to be a beautiful young maiden who would capture his heart at first sight.
Helios has a similar effect on Zelena who can’t seem to avoid him. She knows they shouldn’t be together; the Sun and Moon races never interact, but their growing love for each other is too strong to withstand.
Can a Sun and Moon be in love? Especially when their orbs form an eclipse whenever they come together, wreaking havoc on the land below when their unions last too long.
When Niall—the Cloud—takes advantage of Helios and Zelena’s distraction with each other, flooding the Land Below, Helios and Zelena are forced to choose between love and duty.
Duty always comes before love.
Neveah has seen that her whole life. She is, after all, the daughter of the Sun and Moon, who have spent her entire life putting their duties to the Land Below before their love for each other. Growing up, she struggles to find her place in the Sky Realm, where everyone has a duty except her. And there are some who believe she shouldn’t exist at all.
When tragedy strikes, Neveah decides to take up the sword, fighting against Niall: the Cloud, and his family, helping her parents to resist the Cloud family’s quest for power over the Sky. During one such battle against the Storm twins, Neveah finds herself falling to the Land Below.
Neveah must make her way back up to the Sky Realm so that her parents will separate, ending the eclipse that takes place whenever they come together.
Blaxton has spent his life helping people in need, so when a young woman asks him for directions to get to Fingerpoint Mountain he feels compelled to guide her there himself.
As the two travelling companions continue their journey, their attraction to one another grows. But neither can confide the truth of their identity to the other.
Meanwhile, the Monteris King hears rumours of the female warrior. He knows who Neveah really is and wishes to take her for his bride.
Can Neveah get back to the Sky Realm before the Land Below is plunged into eternal darkness or will her heart compel her to stay with someone who accepts her for who she really is?
Love wasn’t part of the mission.
For the last hundred years, Morgana Van Wilden has worked alone. Half human, half vampire: a Dhampir. She is one of the Council of Order’s top agents. Recently, the Council received reports of mysterious killings in the small town of Oak Wood Hills. This development forces the Council to reunite Morgana with two of their other best agents: Her parents. Along the way, the family encounters two mysterious local Daywalkers, Gareth and Alastor. Could they be the vampires attacking the humans in the woods? Complicating matters, Morgana finds Gareth alluring, sending the family of vampire agents down a more dangerous path to find their target and uncover the truth behind the motivation of the attacking vampires.
Meanwhile, Gareth Lloyd isn’t about to let the new vampire family in town ruin the life that he and his best friend Alastor have built for themselves in Oak Wood Hills.
He can’t help but sense that there is something strange about the Van Wilden girl. But he struggles to get close enough to uncover her secret. Refusing to heed the warnings of a former tragedy that he fights to keep buried in his past, he is drawn to Morgana, putting himself, Alastor, and possibly others, in grave danger.
Every family has their issues, but for vampires, they can last for centuries.
Gareth Lloyd’s creator, Mariza, turned him into a vampire and left him to die. He has hated her ever since. Imagine his surprise when he finds out that she is in town—and is related to the Van Wilden’s.
Alastor McLoughlin saved Gareth the night he turned. He can’t stomach how badly Mariza is treating Gareth, and he’d do anything for his best friend. Even kill.
Morgana Van Wilden should have told Gareth about Mariza, but she has her own issues with her sister.
Mariza’s arrival in the small town of Oak Wood Hills, threatens to blow their mission cover, but the bigger problem at hand is Ragnorok and his Forest Clan have gone missing. In their search for answers, the Van Wilden coven discovers the reasons for Ragnorok’s revenge.
Over Their Ashes is the second book in The Van Wilden Chronicles. Not your average vampire family. They spy, they fight, and above all, they love.
Loved ones to fight for. Unexpected allies. A coven to take down. Just another day for the Van Wildens.
Everything is going perfectly for the Van Wildens.
The Council are on the verge of approving the eradication of the Forest Clan.
Morgana and Gareth have put their issues with Mariza behind them and are madly in love—even making plans to travel the world together after the mission is over.
Alastor, while he feels guilty for killing Mariza, is feeling good about being an agent. And his girlfriend, Ava, has an interview for her dream job at a big-city newspaper.
Oscar is ahead in the Mayoral campaign, which may mean he’ll be able to stay in Oak Wood Hills, prolonging his human charade a bit longer.
Everything seems perfect.
But when the Council’s decision comes through, everything turns pear shaped.
Ragnorok’s original plans may have been thwarted, but he isn’t going to let a few obstacles get in the way of his revenge against the Van Wildens, and even more importantly, bringing down the Council, especially since he now knows Morgana’s weakness.
He is going to make them all pay.
Starting with her.
Taste of Revenge is the third book in The Van Wilden Chronicles. Not your average vampire family. They spy, they fight, and above all, they love.
Her kingdom on the brink of war.
His kingdom can give her the army she needs.
The price—her hand in marriage.
But her sister’s action may cost them.
Evelda has not shown emotion since the death of her parents, only Charisa her younger sister, has seen any of the true Evelda. Forced to become a queen at a young age, Evelda believes she needs to be strong, fearless, and as impassive as stone.
When the threat of war looms, Evelda turns to her neighboring kingdom, to forge a marital alliance with Thaine the Son of the Pacific Ocean.
The plan—to marry for the sake of her kingdom.
But what if she could marry for love instead.
Charisa hates being a Daughter of the Sea. She would much rather be a normal mermaid, but she does her duty for her kingdom. Charisa will do what’s best even if it means sacrificing her own mermaid’s kiss, but what if that’s not enough.
The Queen’s Alliance is the first book in the Kingdoms of the Ocean series. A secret world far below the water’s surface. Where the merpeople, not only navigate the perils of life under the sea but also of love.
Loves far apart. Kisses into fate. And a new world to explore.
The ocean kingdoms are on the verge of war.
Evelda, Queen of the Atlantic, has tasked her sister, Charisa with an important task. One that will help their favour in the war to come.
But for Charisa, completing her mission, will not be the hardest part. Navigating her way around the human lands and her heart will be.
Can Charisa find the freedom, she so desperately craves for or will the sea pull her back?
Darren is trying to get his life back to normality. To push aside his feelings after being forced to leave Charisa behind.
Only for her to turn up at his door.
Back in the ocean, Evelda and Thaine are trying to find their way back to each other.
But will the threat of war, still keep them apart?
The Princess’ Mission is the second book in the Kingdoms of the Ocean series. A secret world far below the water’s surface. Where the merpeople, not only navigate the perils of life under the sea but also of love.
Some believe they are the heroes in their story.
Others just do what needs to be done.
This may be Laxin’s war, but his reasons may not be all that they seem.
Charisa is back in the sea but for someone who hates the responsibility of her birthright, impending war may not be the best time to return.
Darren wasn’t going to let Charisa leave him behind, he returns to the very place he was banished from but not all of the merpeople will be waiting with open arms.
Evelda and Thaine are preparing the Atlantic Ocean for the upcoming war.
But they may not be only fighting to protect Tridentis.
They’re fighting for the ones they love.
The King’s War is the third book in the Kingdoms of the Ocean series. A secret world far below the water’s surface. Where the merpeople, not only navigate the perils of life under the sea but also of love.