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life feeling like half of you was missing. Fight for the missing part. Fight
Emory Fae has abandoned everything she thought she knew about her previous life
on Earth. Stepping up to her role as Queen of Kiero she makes a startling
sacrifice- feigning her allegiances to Adair Stratton, the man who murdered her
parents and casted Kiero into ruin. Emory’s memories slowly piece together, and
she soon realizes the Mad King may not be all he seems— and the man who was
once best friend, may be fighting beneath the surface.
attention on her, can she buy Black Dawn Rebellion enough time to recuperate
their forces? And when the times comes, will she be able to kill Adair, ending
his tyranny and rising herself as the rightful Queen? Fighting to hide her
secret, Emory navigates the brutal trials of the Mad King, trying not to lose
herself in the process.
now a bestselling series, the sparks are ignited, as Emory learns the cost of
freedom, and her title. Will the rebels unite in time? A sinister force has
spread across the land, stripping everyone bare- their betrayals, their
secrets, their intentions. But above all, what will their decisions cost? By
refusing to give in to the darkness, will Emory rise as Queen?
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Black Dawn Rebellion, Adair Stratton and Emory Fae are following in their
parent’s footsteps and living at The Academy, a home for those who are gifted.
The pressure to uphold the future of their parent’s dream falls on them. An
outcast and feared by most, Adair longs to break away from the expectations
dictating his future. Even if Emory tries to make him see differently. An
unexpected group of friends keep him there, but as whispers of unexplained
disappearances start reaching from the capital, Adair starts to doubt The
Academy is all it seems.
ignites new tensions as the roguish king from across the Black Sea, Tadeas
Maher of the Shattered Isles, and his heir, Marquis Maher sail to Kiero.
Notorious for their pirating and wrath- for the first time in years, they
demand the Fae’s listen to their proposition for a new treaty, holding the news
of Nei’s father’s abrupt death over them. Caught in the middle of politics-
Adair and Emory, with the help of their best friends Brokk and Memphis search
for the one thing that matters most- finding out the truth.
prequel to Black Dawn, their world is tipped upside down as unlikely alliances
are made. War ravages through Kiero and is torn apart by acclaimed Kings.
Through the throes of betrayal, lies, hidden magic and love, Adair is faced
with a life changing decision- to fight or to bow to the darkness within him.
leading a quiet, normal life. That is until two mysterious, and handsome
soldiers show up at her apartment, and the life she knew is instantly whisked
away. Memphis Carter and Brokk Foster come from the magical and war ridden
world of Kiero, and bringing Emory back she will discover she is the long lost
heir to the Royal Line and is thrown into the Black Dawn Rebellion with a
dynamic role to ignite the rebels and reclaim her throne.
darkly woven in her past Emory uncovers hidden secrets, a power held long
dormant, and will soon realize there are worse things than supernatural humans,
love, loss, betrayal, and a Mad King.
left in the shadows.
was young, but
tonight seemed different.
The churning dark clouds cast a purplish
hue, bleeding with the softness created from the moon. The stars shone between
the pockets, obscuring the scene and making it beautiful. Far below him, the
Ruined City laid in its grave, quiet and still, the broken buildings reminding
him of splintered bones. The
wildness of the
forest beyond that
seemed entrancing, calling him
into its depths,
whispering its secrets
to only him.
him, trying to block the wind from his lookout post. It had taken years
to build his kingdom to what it was now, but he was relieved for the
hidden lookout posts
that led outside,
on the edge
of the mountain, and, to him, the
edge of the world. Because it was here, and
only here, that
the voices started
to ebb, the
darkness in his veins
smothering ever so
slightly. In this
brief and flickering moment of clarity, his mind
wandered to the girl who was locked in
the cells of
his kingdom, waiting
for him. Emory
Fae, the Princess of Kiero.
collar up, shaking
his head and
sighing. Under the blanket of night, he could trace back to the man he
used to be, the echo of his humanity. Thinking of her, he could see the
splaying of memories
come back to
life all around
him, of his friends,
of the Academy.
And it was
in these sparse
moments of lucidity, he
allowed himself to
remember. Relishing it,
pushing back that yearning
for destruction, pushing
back on the
voices, trying to lock them
away. And like every other night, he lost. The wind howled, making the
edges of his coat and pants tug upward, his hair standing on end from the
against the slick
mountainside, his heart racing
as the smooth
voices filled his
this kingdom is yours. Make her bow, make her bleed and pay for what she
has done.” He closed his eyes for a
beat, digging his fingernails into his flesh.
you wait? You
know what you
want. What you
have always wanted.” Images
were thrown at
him; so quick
and enthralling, it swept his breath away. The inky crown, embedded
with roses and
thorns, laid delicately
on top of
her ebony hair. Memphis
Carter, the once
commander of the
Black Dawn Rebellion, bowed,
pleading for his
life as Adair
smirked. His darkness whisked
away any trace
of rebellion. Emory
was by his side as they watched the world continue
to burn, until it was only them. Always, for
said, “Leave me
alone. Please.” Their snickers
bounced around him, their whispers tugging at his heart. “Do not falter
now, our Dark
King. You have
come so far,
achieved so much. The binds your
father tried to keep you in, you broke. The Academy kept you in, you turned it
to ash. We are a team. We know the desires of your soul,
how you revel in watching
the world shudder
in your reign. You have always been more. A reckoning
force that no one can stop. Can never stop.”
gaze fell a thousand
miles away, to
where the Academy
had stood. Where a boy that once
wanted to explore the world and not shackle it had lived. He knew both were
dead now. Ice coursed through his body, spreading through his core faster than
he could register. His pulse
slowed, the roaring
emotions he felt
slowing as well. Darkness encased
him, pulling him
down, down, down.
Locking him away, roaring,
snarling, and clawing
at him. A
slow exhale escaped from
between his dry
lips, and as
he stood, every movement was precise, a predatory
grace. Flicking his gaze below him
once more, and
instead of the
dark beauty that
he was met with earlier, the world around him was
bleeding. Dark, black blood gushed
from the mountainside,
thickly caking the
field and the Ruined
City. Echoes of
screams filled the
air, and Adair
was transported, reminded of his bloodshed, of his control and power. “Do not disappoint us, our King.”
lips tugged upward
as he whispered
to the wind, “I won’t.”
ripping at his
mind, battering against the
iron wall, only
to be drowned
entirely by it.
He turned smoothly, walking back
into his world, each step anchoring him to his intentions. Make
them bow and make them pay. Make her pay.
He didn’t look as
he stepped off