The Grays—they’re monsters. I don’t know if we can stop them. But we have to try.
Monsters can’t be left alone.
Nearly a year has passed since Tavi Malin split the earth and healed it, escaping from the Grays. She’s settled back into small-town life.
But the Grays have been quietly growing stronger, and when they attack someone close to Tavi, grief threatens to destroy her.
Tavi and the Golds resume their battle against gray magic. The Grays, however, are still pursuing Tavi—and that means anyone with her is in danger. She’s determined to protect her friends by fighting alone.
Battered by sorrow and fear, Tavi grows reckless, risking her friendships and her life.
As the Grays produce weapons and plot to crown one of their own as king, Tavi considers what was once unthinkable: she may need to embrace gray magic in order to defeat it.
Continue the thrilling, magical story that began in Facing the Sun. Pick up Facing the Gray now!
Here’s what early readers of the series are saying:
- “This fast-paced second book of the Sun-Blessed Trilogy is really hard to put down. I loved seeing how Tavi’s gifts evolve!” -Kim Decker
- “The magic system is beautiful and completely original!”-Stephanie, Goodreads reviewer
- “The Sun-Blessed Trilogy was one of the most exciting, breathtaking, and heart-stopping series I’ve ever read! Readers of all ages will enjoy this wonderful series.” -Madysun Waldrop
- “Face it! You won’t be able to put these books down.” -Brenda Elliott
What makes this new world unique?
In the Sun-Blessed Trilogy, the magical system is tied to childbirth. I love the miracle of birth, and tying magic to such an incredible event felt natural and appropriate. Some of the heroes in this series are midwives, who pass magic on to sun-blessed children and later train these same children to use their gifts.
What audiences is the series appropriate for?
This trilogy is clean fantasy. There is no cursing, explicit sexual content, or gory violence. It's appropriate for teen and adult audiences. (The series contains childbirth scenes, details of puberty, non-gory murder scenes, and non-explicit references to adultery). I wanted to write a series my own kids could read, and I’m happy to provide an exciting, quality story that a wide variety of ages will enjoy.