Little Girls of Wonder series. The Flower Goddess of Serenity and her Whiteknight of Might go on an adventure to spread serenity and wisdom. It is a journey to gain and share knowledge. For advanced reading preteens to the young at heart grown-ups.
Please read part 1 of Volume 2 before starting this novel. The story picks up directly after the events of part 1. While training on the moon of Galsin, Ryan and his friends are beset by mysterious forces under the command of the Fallen. At the same time, Ryan's teacher, Eramar Razor, is on the trail of a death cult known as the Mages who are in league with the Fallen. Revelations abound as our heroes discover truths they would have preferred to remain hidden.
The Bard's Tales Story (1) In a time before man rose to prominence, when magic flowed like water from every rock and plant, three great races vied for dominance. In their arrogance they even challenged the Gods, and almost succeeded. The Gods ensured that little evidence remained of their achievements and knowledge. That however, was about to change.
The Bard's Tales Story (4) There is an old saying that Evil flourishes when Good men do nothing. In the end the universe always returns to center. But what if Evil is given a helping hand to the extent that the balance can no longer adjust? Something more drastic is required. This is one of those times.
The top hit man in the country successfully completes another murder. His victim's father captures him and his family. His family are tortured and murdered then he's killed, sort of. God offers him a second chance. Can Jonas survive God's Missions, even with a few enhancements and God's help? His skill and resolve are tested as he struggles to protect God's innocent souls in this world. But, his survival isn't the primary goal. Mission success is the only acceptable result.
A Story of Titia-Lohr
When an outcast and his companion come across a village that has been razed, he unknowingly sets his foot upon the path of destiny that will take him from the haughtily civilized courts of Meikar to the wastes of the Netherlands. Stopping along the way for a betrothal he knew nothing about, encountering old friends, new friends, mentors, enemies and intrigue that seems to have gotten him in the situation in the first place, Jonar Telansson is riding towards a destiny the Gods ordained long ago.
Despite his family's insistence that he is the next incarnation of Lucky Jim, Jim Reynolds, sixth great-grandson of his namesake, isn't so sure and isn't sure he wants to be. Each time he thinks that he just might be, something happens to make him sure that he's not. While this is a stand-alone story, numerous references will make more sense after reading "Lucky Jim 1." This story also adds bits of new information about the original Lucky Jim. When he finally accepts the moniker, his life veers