Book 1--The Reckoning of Asphodel
Tamsen de Asphodel is determined to track
down the cloaked man who murdered her
parents—and the unloved and unwanted
half-human heir to the throne of the Elves.
So when a reluctant Elven scout named Brial
accompanies her on her quest, neither would
ever have suspected they'd be fighting to
depose a regicide on the fields around Asphodel.
#1 Bestseller in Science Fiction/Fantasy at numerous online retailers June, 2007
Love Romances and More Best New Author 2007
Love Romances and More Best Sci Fi/Fantasy Novel, 2007
Book 3--The Temptation of Asphodel
The game of the gods is speeding up, and when Tamsen and
Brial find a long-lost civilization of Elves, the pattern of the
gods' game starts to become clearer. After a new magic evens
up the odds of the foreordained battle, Tamsen begins to feel
confident—until a lethal and forbidden possibility tempts her
from her path. But that possibility is actually the opening
gambit of an ancient, dangerous deity--a gambit that signals
the emergence of a new foe into the game.
When Tamsen is drawn into conflict with immortal enemies,
she discovers that the line between obedience and temptation
is much narrower than she thought.
Obedience is dangerous; temptation can kill.
Love Romances and More Best Novel of 2008 Nominee
Preditors & Editors Top Ten Best Sci Fi/Fantasy Novel 2008
Book 4--The Apostle of Asphodel
The time has come to return to the plains of fabled Ilia,
to fight once more the great war that once the Elves
had spurned, and the great hosts of Ansienne and Leselle
will fight alongside the warrior women of Hippolyte, the
greatest fighting force in the world. But the real battle is
somewhere else, the infamous judgment hall of the gods,
and in order to survive this final test, Tamsen may lose
everything—and everyone—dear to her.
Love Romances and More Best Sci Fi/Fantasy Novel 2009
Love Romances and More Best Novel 2009 Nominee
Love Romances and More Best Author Nominee
Preditors & Editors Top Ten Best Sci Fi/Fantasy Novel 2009,
Preditors & Editors Best Novel 2009,
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