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"A captivating series!" ~Jennifer A. Nielsen, NYT bestselling author, The False Prince
Two immortal queens pitted against each other in a war that has brought the world to its knees.
Of Ice and Snow
The fourth, throwaway son of the clanchief, Otec witnesses his faraway mountain village come under attack while all the other men are off to war. Cut off from his clan and dodging raiders, he must trust a foreign woman stalked by a dark, mysterious magic as they race to save his family from a life of slavery and his kingdom from utter destruction. Worse, what he thought was a mere raid is actually a full-scale invasion.
In the end, he must choose between family and kingdom, hope and despair.
Winner of the Rone Award for Best Fantasy/Science Fiction of 2014
Mortally wounded during a raid, seventeen-year-old Ilyenna is healed by winter fairies who present her with a seductive offer: her soul in exchange for escape from the invaders stealing over the mountains. Refusing to abandon her family, she returns to her village and offers up herself as a hostage to save her father's life.
Struggling to survive Darrien's cruelty, Ilyenna finds a measure of solace in her fellow prisoner, Rone's, arms. But it isn't long before she discovers the feud between their clans is merely a distraction from something far worse.
Of Fire and Ash
There is one rule above all others: never bargain with the fae, for such bargains always morph into curses. But as the droughts worsens, Nelay relies more and more on her forbidden sight to keep her family alive. When her father goes missing, she risks exposure to find him before time runs out.
Only Nelay can stand between the cinders of her once-great nation and the vengeance of the Winter Queen.
Nelay was nine years old when she bargained with the fae to save her father's life. That bargain left her without her family and cursed. Now seventeen and a powerful acolyte, Nelay wants nothing more than to become high priestess in the Temple of Fire.
Until the fae Winter Queen, bent on vengeance, invades with her army and traps Nelay's family behind enemy lines. Perhaps the only way to defeat the fae is to embrace the curse they gave her. There's just the little problem of losing her soul in the process.
To rise from the ashes, first she must burn.
Of Sand and Storm
Stolen from the clanlands, the slaves of Idara fight to break free.
By law, any child born in Idara is free, even if that child is born in a slave brothel. Unfortunately for Cinder, she has grown into a beauty that surpasses even the renown of her mother and grandmother, making her far too valuable a commodity to lose. The slaveholder calls in Cinder's debts, forcing her into a dangerous game where her very freedom is the prize.
Daughter of Winter
Bargains. Only the desperate need them. Only the desperate make them. And always, the desperate pay.
The silence and never-ending dark of winter are all Elice has ever known, for she is the daughter of the Winter Queen. Isolated in a northern queendom, she dreams of color and music and life. So when a whaling ship crashes just offshore, she doesn't hesitate to rescue the lone survivor, Adar, who quickly becomes her friend. She must keep him hidden from her mother at all costs, for if the Winter Queen discovers him trespassing, she'll kill him.
Unbeknownst to Elice, a bargain was made long ago. A bargain she was born to fulfill.
A price must be paid.