The Betrayer

Hannah E Carey

Niall never imagined he would become king, nor did he ever imagine that he would be granted the abilities of a seer. His unnatural power, however, has proven to be no great gift, for it has already cost him the woman he loves and it threatens to cost him his kingship. His people already don’t trust him and if they knew of his power, they would view him as nothing more than a monster.

Niall’s future looks grim, but a twist of fate returns Ciara to his life when he least expects it. He latches onto the hope of a different future, only to discover that things have changed while he has hidden away in his castle. When the man Ciara trusted the most disappeared, she turned to his brother, a man she never saw herself falling for.

Bleddyn has shown Ciara that there is more to him than she first thought and she has carved out a life at his side, but things are unsettled on the island of Pern Coen. A dark power is stirring, one that hasn’t been seen in decades. One man is at the center of the growing darkness, but is it the man that Ciara, and the people, think? Is Niall innocent or is he hiding more than just his powerful abilities?


“Odran is the one who noticed you missing. I volunteered to fetch you back.”

He winced. “I know we all discussed not going out alone.”

“Odran was a bit put out, but Maura settled him down.” She sent him a sidelong glance, a hint of a smile on her face. “I can see why you chose her for your warrior chief. She’s a bit of a force to be reckoned with when she wishes to be.”

He let out a quiet laugh. “She is. Just like you.”

“Like I was,” she said, her voice so soft that he almost didn’t hear it.

He gently grabbed her wrist, pulling her to a stop. “Like you are.”

She went still, her expression softening, and he couldn’t help tucking a few errant strands of hair behind her ear. The air had changed between them again and his gaze unwillingly fell to her lips. In his dreams, he kissed her, showing her how much he cared for her in ways that he could never allow in his waking moments.

The Huntress

Hannah E Carey

Conor and Rhiannon have joined forces to win Pern Coen its freedom from the Empire of Kelnore, but their fight has only just begun. Crown Princes Alekos has sworn to capture and destroy both the Hunter and the Huntress, but what he doesn’t know is that the Huntress is his beloved cousin.

More than just Alekos and the Kelnorian Army, however, threaten to tear Conor and Rhiannon apart. Conor’s former betrothed reveals that she, too, has survived the Kelnorian invasion. Wynne wants Conor back and her return to his life threatens the fledging relationship that he and Rhiannon have built. But Wynne is also hiding a secret. She harbors a power that could change the tide of the war. When Alekos learns of Wynne’s gift, he offers her a greater future than any she has ever imagined, but it will only be hers if she gives him her loyalty in return.

Rhiannon has become the warrior she has dreamed of, but will she and Conor lose everything they have fought so hard for at the hands of the empire?


Rhiannon was shoved toward Conor, barely able to keep herself upright, and with his hands bound, Conor was helpless to steady her. Her chest ached as she looked up at him and she could see the tears brimming in his eyes. Wynne let out a mocking laugh and Rhiannon fixed the other woman with a defiant look.

She turned back to Conor, pressing her lips to his and pouring all of her passion and sorrow into the kiss they began to exchange. If it was to be their last, Rhiannon refused to give Wynne the satisfaction of seeing her hold back from him. He had been everything she had never known she wanted or needed, a man she would have willingly spent a lifetime with.

Too soon, he pulled away, bringing his lips close to her ear as he whispered, “Be strong, Rhian. You are anything but weak; do not let them make you believe otherwise.”

The Hunter

Hannah E Carey

Forced to flee her uncle’s palace in the dead of night in order to save her own life, Duchess Rhiannon of Solis finds herself pulled into an ongoing war. She seeks safety on the shores of the island of Pern Coen, though she knows little of the strange land and its even stranger Spirits. A stroke of fate leaves her at the mercy of a band of rebels led by a notorious outlaw, a man the people of the island call the Hunter.


A ghost of a smile crossed his lips. “I thought I heard your people did not believe in children’s tales.”

“My mother’s people do not, but somehow, I think my father’s people don’t hold so strongly to such things.”

“A story of a Ri of Blaidd,” Conor said, taking another sip of his ale. “She was gifted a powerful longbow by the Wolf Spirit.”

“She? A woman?”

“Yes, the bow was crafted by the Spirit and held the power of life and death. She used it to save her people and the man she loved.”

“A woman would be deemed worthy and deserving of such honor and power?” Rhiannon asked, tilting her head to the side as she stared at him in bewilderment. 

Conor’s eyes locked with hers. “As deserving as any man.”