Ever since her family lost their fortune , Feyre has been taking care of her father and two sisters. That includes hunting in the forests near her house to provide food—most critical in the winter months when no kill means no food on the table. So when a wolf threatens to steal her doe, she kills both. Only the wolf was actually a faerie, and now Feyre . . .
Ellerie lives in Amity Falls, a small town surrounded by forest in the mountains. Long ago, the first settlers of the town fought off devils in the woods, creatures that fulfill your deepest desires—in exchange for a small favor. Now, it seems they’ve returned. A supply party going missing is only the beginning of misfortunes to plague the . . .
It’s El’s final year in the Scholomance. As if last year wasn’t strange enough---actually making friends and falling for a boy and, oh, no big deal, just saving the entire senior class graduate---this year proves to be even more odd. Now that it’s El’s turn to start planning how she and her alliance will make it out alive, it feels like the Scholomance is . . .
After escaping her coven two years ago, Louise now hides in the city of Cesarine. She's given up practicing her magic and depends on petty theft to stay alive. Reid is a Chasseur, a huntsman of the Church. He lives his life by one rule: Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. But as fate would have it, Lou and Reid are forced to marry---to save Lou's . . .
Every generation, a secret magickal Tournament is held to determine which of the seven most powerful families in Ilvernath will take control of the high magick. Each family puts forth their Champion to compete in the Tournament—but only one will make it out alive. This year, things are different. Ever since someone published a salacious tell-all history . . .
After battling a new wave of magic-obsessed vampires in America, Simon, Baz, Penny, and Agatha return home face their fears, futures, and new threats. Simon has decided to leave magic and the World of Mages behind for good – but does that mean leaving his friends and boyfriend behind, too? Baz has quite a few emergencies to . . .
Alina Starkov is a nobody. An orphan. A mapmaker in the First Army. But when she ventures into the Shadow Fold, a stretch of land covered in darkness and crawling with horrible monsters, she unleashes a dormant power to save her closest friend, Mal. She’s a Grisha, a magical being, and one of the most powerful at that. She’s . . .
War has come, and everyone will play their part in bringing that war to an end. As Fjerda’s army marches on Ravka, Nikolai tries his best to prepare for it. He’ll either come out of the war as King of Ravka, or die trying to save his country. Zoya has lost too much—and too many—to give up now. As General of the Second Army, she knows . . .
Nikolai Lantsov has finally gotten what he’s worked so hard to obtain: a throne. But being King of Ravka isn’t all he’d hoped. The country is broke, surrounded by enemies, and on the precipice of war. Oh, and he has a residual darkness in him that threatens it all, thanks to what happened with the Darkling. With the help of his Grisha general . . .
Galadriel, who goes by El, is a junior in the Scholomance, which is both a school and a sort of safe house. Those who are born with magic are the prime targets of mana-munching monsters as they go through puberty. So they enroll in the Scholomance to increase their chances of survival. But the Scholomance isn’t entirely safe, as . . .