Ander isn’t even supposed to be friends with Lenna. She’s the youngest daughter of the baron, and he is sworn to protect her family as an apprentice guardian. So falling in love with her is unthinkable.
Lou regrets opening the box her gran left after she died. Not because it holds a spider as she thought, or toenails as she feared. Inside is a person, an impossible miniature man, and her life will never be the same.
When Sin discovers a map left by her gran showing where her sister’s remaining pouches of magic are hidden, she finally has an adventure she can sink her teeth into. Sin jumps at the chance to go back through the portal and into the world of her gran’s stories.
Nearly two years have passed since Lou first opened the magic box her Gran left her. She’s become comfortable with her magic and has even learned to wield a sword. But nothing could prepare her for this.
Four years before the events of The Sword, Tristan enrolls at the University under a disguise. Her goal is to seek out weaknesses within the system and find a way to destroy the Sword. She soon discovers the wizards she’s hated her whole life are not all the evil beings she expected.
Lou’s pretty good at running from griffins and wizards. She even managed to survive the apocalypse when wizards drained her magic to combine the two worlds. However, Lou and her friends have run out of places to hide. The wizards have taken control over the new world and they want Lou dead.
Christina G Gaudet is an author of young adult novels with a magical twist. When not writing, Christina can be found working on comics, illustrations and designs. She grew up and continues to live in Prince Edward Island, Canada where having red hair instantly makes you famous.