So, you follow the Mageri series, do you? Feel free to recommend it to a friend, tweet it, post it on a group or blog, or write a review! Heck, read it again. I love hearing that readers are discovering new things about the series with each read.
PURCHASE STERLING HERE
Sterling is a full length novel, and book 1 of the Mageri Series. So, you thought you knew what a Mage was? Well, humans always have it wrong. We go by myth and stories, but some of that is created out of fear, or not understanding the truth.
One woman finds out the truth after she is turned against her will, and becomes immortal. But there is nothing romantic about immortality in this series. The societies within this world have laws that are built to create structure, but not always to protect the people. She struggles to accept who she is, but is not accepting of the world she's expected to live in. Why does age not bring wisdom among many?
Sterling is only 99 cents!
PURCHASE TWIST HERE
"Twist" is book 2 in the continuing story of the Mageri series. Silver is finding human habits are hard to break, and new rules difficult to accept. She never thought of herself as a rebel, but it's evident that some things need to change. Not just personally, but with the laws.
She crosses paths with a man who is as dangerous as he appears, and finds that she must trust him in order to get to the one man who she has been afraid of since becoming a Mage. Not her Creator, but the powerful Mage who stole her light, and holds a powerful enough position that she fears he might find her once more and take her away. There's a lot of tension, action, unexpected romance, and we learn more about this world and the characters with each book.
Twist is $2.99
Both book are available in US, UK, DE, IT, SP, and FR Amazon sister sites.
A fair bit of warning: These books are not a fairy tale read. They are also not YA. They depict what a possible immortal race could become. What happens to men who can create their own progeny and who date back hundreds or thousands of years? They might create strong men to follow them, not always forward thinking or intelligent men. Wisdom comes with time, but so does prejudice with other species and sexism for many. It's a tough world, and this is from the perspective of a human with modern day thinking thrown into it and how she struggles with not only what she is, but how she is expected to adapt and readily accept this new life. What power does she possibly have to change it?
There are villains, and there are heroes. And most of all, I like the way the characters lives intersect and impact one another. Ultimately, we are all affected by those we meet, and whether we realize it or not, we change ourselves and our fates. This book focuses on those relationships.
Sometimes small ripples make big waves.
Happy reading, and happy Friday!