The Danger of DestinyAges 12+
To try seems impossible, but to lose is unthinkable...
Hedi Peacock's to-do list is fraught with danger and unattainable goals. Luckily, this half-fae isn't fazed by the impossible - or prefers to ignore it.
Hedi's found her way from our world to the fae lands, to save her brother's soul. But can she remove the sorcerer that's possessed Lexi's body? And saving her brother is meaningless unless she destroys the mage's spellbook, a volume so dark that it threatens human and fae realms. Hedi and her Alpha werewolf, Trowbridge, have a straightforward plan. However, planning has never quite worked for Hedi. Especially when Trowbridge risks meeting his feral former pack - now out for blood.
Then, as Hedi nears her destination, she witnesses a scene of inexpressible grief. It forces her to re-evaluate loyalty and loss - but if Hedi changes her quest, can she still reach her dreams?
Patricia Briggs has said 'If you pick up a Leigh Evans book, you won't put it down until the last page', so don't miss this fourth book in the Mystwalker series.
A true storyteller with a tough heroine and an original and engrossing tale. Reader beware, if you pick up a Leigh Evans book, you won't put it down until the last page
The Trouble with Fate is the perfect mix of romance and action, with characters you can't help but root for and a twist that had me squealing with surprise. Evans offers a brilliant new take on fairies, werewolves, and magic ... I am officially addicted
Chloe Neill on Book One of the Mystwalker series
The Mystwalker series is shaping up to be truly fantastic UF, with a great romantic backbone, wonderful secondary characters, well-thought-out back stories, and the worldbuilding? In a word: Phenomenal
The Demon Librarian on The Thing About Weres (Book 2)