Evelyn is one girl amidst hundreds of sword wielding, demon fighting, magic casting… boys.
Insecurity and logic have always kept the wild, adventurous spirit of seventeen year old Evelyn Avest stuck in her home town of Tiver. Now, with the Order, an all male fighting league, she finally feels like she’s found her place. If she wants to stay she’ll have to prove her worth as a magic Artisan. The problem is, the only one who can teach her to do that is one particularly infuriating, exasperating, cocky, self absorbed, gorgeous, powerful, hot, well… Jerk. A war is coming, and in the end, the girl who should not be there… will become the only answer.
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About the Author
At five years old, Tess was walking down a gravel path and saw that one of the rocks had been kicked away into the grass, all alone. She was instantly upset, cradled the poor rock in her hands and returned it to it’s family of fellow rocks. She told me a story then, of how the rock had come to be all alone, complete with romance, intrigue, and betrayal. She was never without a book. And had read the complete Lord of the Rings Trilogy four times before the age of thirteen.
It is with this kind of imagination, passion, and love for stories, that Tess now writes her young adult fantasy novels. She began writing her first novel, Ember, at age sixteen and hasn’t stopped since. She is currently working on her seventh book, having just finished the “Fallen Trilogy”
She lives in Burlington, North Carolina. Loves to eat Cinnamon rolls, and drive her electric blue Kawasaki Ninja.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A pleasure to read. The story is so enjoyable, the characters become your friends, the relationships are the kind we all want, but best of all is just what a enjoyable expirience it is to read.can"t wait for book 2.
Story keeps you wanting more from the very beginning. Beautiful story of love courage and honor. The main characters are all well rounded with very realistic personalities. An absolutely perfect ending which creates an awesome transition into the second book. A must read
I really enjoyed reading this! It's a great read for almost anyone! I can't wait for the next book!