The Farseen Chronicles is an urban fantasy series set in the southeastern United States.
Shape shifters, vampires, wizards, and fae live among humans, and have since the beginning of time. Preternaturals excel at blending in. Peace is precarious.
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Tempest lacks diplomatic skills. She excels with weapons, not words. A child of two worlds, Tempest rejected her fae heritage and swore an oath to the shape shifter sovereign. She is the sovereign’s second, an enforcer, and keeper of the preternatural peace. An assassin when required.
After a disheartening mission, Tempest is assigned a birthing bond with a shifter clan in the Smoky Mountains. Expecting to relax and regroup, she settles in for a few months of down time. When angry fae confront the clan, threatening war, Tempest will choose between keeping the peace and keeping the clan safe. To keep this conflict from becoming a full-scale war, Tempest must return to Farseen and remind everyone who and what she is.
Tempest, a warrior, doesn’t trust easily. She especially doesn’t trust vampires. When vampire outcasts break preternatural law, Tempe must track down the criminals and put a stop to their plans, even if she has to work with vampires to complete the mission.
Star reaches her majority and comes to visit the Smoky Mountain Clan, bringing surprising news. Ryan also reaches his majority and his clan rank becomes big news in the preternatural world. Can they master the power they now wield, or will their new-found power destroy those they love?
Tempest works alone as the sovereign’s enforcer to keep the peace and prevent humans from discovering preternaturals exist. That’s about to change.
Working with a preternatural task force, Tempe searches earth and the five realms of the Farseen for Shadowed facilities. With little to show for their efforts, tension builds within the task force and the preternatural community. Can the Shadowed be stopped? And will it happen before preternatural alliances are destroyed?
Within the shifter community itself, betrayal shakes the foundations of the Alpha Clan. Will Tempe remain the sovereign’s assassin, even if it means killing someone close to her?
Tempest, the shifter sovereign’s enforcer, rarely meets an opponent she can’t subdue, but natural phenomenon bows to no one. Not even a shape shifter/fae half-breed with centuries of experience as a warrior.
When a dimensional convergence lines up the full moon of earth with the full moons in the Farseen, spontaneous openings between the two dimensions create havoc. Mythical creatures from another dimension walk the earth and humans enter the land of the fae. A few humans embrace preternaturals, but most simply want the problem to leave their world. However, shape shifters, wizards, witches, and vampires are creatures of earth. It’s their home, too.
While her eldest sister once again leads the charge to keep everyone safe, Sage, eighteen and the newest ranked member of the shifter sovereign’s ruling clan, must embrace her new status and prove herself to the shifter community, her family, and herself.
Can the sisters work together to protect both dimensions and keep the peace? Or will war break out when humans discover they aren’t the apex predators on earth?
Sage is an adult in the eyes of the shifter community, ranked as a senior member of the Alpha Clan, and a warrior trained by the shifter assassin. Unfortunately, all anyone sees is a girl who hasn’t yet to see twenty years.
As the dual full moons continue to cause havoc in two dimensions, a new danger targets Tempest, the shifter assassin. With Tempe unable to fight, Sage must step up and become the warrior she trained to be, no matter what her overprotective family thinks.
While Sage struggles to fulfill her destiny, Star visits her grandfather in the Northern Realm to comply with an accord that will keep the peace between fae and shifters. Raised in the Central Realm, Star has no trouble navigating daily life in a realm court, until the court learns a truth Star had hoped to keep hidden.
Can these young women honor destiny and stay true to themselves? And can they do so without starting a preternatural war?
Ryan and Sage are finally accepted as adults in the shifter world. Sort of.
Ryan, the strongest male alpha shifter in over three thousand years, would feel confident in his position as third in the Alpha Clan… if everyone stopped comparing him to the uncle who died so long ago. To pay a debt and protect a human scientist, Ryan accepts a quest from a dragon supreme matriarch. The caveat: no help from any fae. The fae, including half breeds like Tempest, are drawn to wield the power of the sword he seeks. Ryan must negotiate the politics of the Farseen alone.
Embracing her destiny, Sage faces internal shifter issues and growing tension between humans and all preternaturals. Is there a way to peacefully lead the shifters, or must she kill to be respected?