There is a law in the land of Etrusca. Upon turning sixteen, all boys, and only boys, are to be sent to the castle to learn how to be a knight. No woman as ever been allowed to learn how to fight. Emberly Dern has always wondered what it would be like to be a knight, but knew she would never have the chance. But when her twin brother, Kyler, decides to run away from his fate in order to become a physician, Emberly seizes the opportunity before her. She dresses up as her brother, taking his place at training. Yet, things are not all what they seem and the road to knighthood is a treacherous one. But despite the challenges thrown her way, Emberly is determined to become the land's first lady knight.
Unknown to most, Atlantis was not destroyed when the tsunami hit it. Instead, it submerged into the depths of the ocean. It was still a thriving city after thousands of years, its existence unknown to the rest of the world. Amaris lives in Atlantis and works behind the scenes to keep herself alive. Because while the city is still alive, there is something dark hidden in the depths of the ocean, waiting to break free.
Sequel to Twelfth Knight. There is one law known above all else in the land of Etrusca: Every family must offer up their firstborn son to serve in the war with Cyra. No women are allowed to enter training to become a knight. Emberly Dern is about to enter her second year of knight training under the guise of her brother, Kyler, who chose to become a physician instead of a knight. Prince William, having just learned the truth about Emberly, is determined to protect her at all costs, refusing to acknowledge the romance that had sprouted between them at the Winter Festival. Meanwhile, Kyler Dern, determined to one day marry Olivia Heczah, must deal with her family, who has ordered that they may never be together. On top of all of this, the war with Cyra looms closer. Will the knights be ready in time? Or, will the Cyrans succeed in taking over Etrusca?
For Meira Hayes, being half werewolf was a shameful secret she would take to the grave. Each full moon consisted of her determinedly not hurting anyone and hoping the night would pass quickly. But when her friend is bitten one full moon, she must do everything in her power to help him acclimate to his new life. That is, of course, if she can keep her eyes off of Zach Owen for more than a few moment. Zane Hayes, just out of high school and not sure what to do with his life, spends his time on the Internet, fixing theories and stories about werewolves and vampires. After meeting one of his fans, it is love at first sight. But is prepared for the secrets she holds? Noah Hayes, when his father dies, will become the new alpha of the pack, an honor that his best friend, Gwyn, is constantly reminding him of. As it happened, Noah does not want the responsibility. He just wants to party and relax, not worrying about the future. Unfortunately for him, the future has a way of appearing whether he is ready or not. Luke Hayes had always been a quiet kid. He had a habit of watching people experience life instead of living life for himself. One day, he is paired with none other than Mallory, the most popular and loud girl in school. The two very different people must learn to work together. Sage Hayes at only fourteen years old believes she has life figured out and is going to prove it. That is if Conner will finally notice that she exists. Victoria and Ernest Hayes did not get a chance to choice who they wanted to marry. But perhaps together they can learn what true love is.
Nick, Trevor, Josh, Emersyn, Ryleigh, Miles, and Juliet were not destined to be friends. They all just wanted to get through high school. Yet, by accident, they all witnessed something they could not explain, something dangerous. And when the common and renown superheroes begin to go missing, some found dead, the seven teenagers must band together to bring the criminal to justice. Set in an era where superpowers abound, seven teenagers try to find a balance between being normal high schoolers and having extraordinary powers.