The Familiar and the Mage Series
Book One of the Familiar and the Mage
While Bannen had every intention of finding adventure, being yanked through a magical portal two continents away isn’t quite what he imagined happening. For that matter, being magically bound to a mage-in-training hadn’t ever crossed his mind.
Being the first human familiar ever summoned in Corcoran? Not on his to-do list.
Rena certainly needs all of the help that she can get, as her magic is very different, inhibiting her of the normal shields and protections. Everyone says her summoning a human familiar is a mistake, that she needs to break the bond and send Bannen back.
But Bannen doesn’t like this idea, not one iota. Renata Rocci has the magic of a Grim Reaper, the heart of a lion, and a body too frail to keep up with either. She can face assassins; meddlesome mages; politicians; and legendary, nightmarish monsters without flinching. Without losing and that’s sexy as sin.
This is definitely not the adventure he signed up for.
It’s far, far better.
NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Google Play, Apple
Book Two of the Familiar and the Mage
After two years of training in Turransky under a new master, Rena is a proper Void Mage, supposedly ready to handle whatever the world throws at her. Which is just as well because
Toh’sellor’s influence has proven it can pop shards up anywhere at any given time across all three continents, with nothing to use to predict it. Worse still, it doesn’t seem to have any real restrictions. Meaning they’re in the middle of a losing battle, and even if they destroy the shards, they’re losing the overall war.
The Magical Intercontinental Specialist Division approach her, asking for help and offering support in dealing with the shards, but Rena senses it’s not just the shards they want help with.
She has a terrible premonition about what they really want her to destroy, and she’s not sure if anyone has enough power to accomplish it.
Rena just wonders how long it will take before someone says it out loud.
Now available on AMAZON, Barnes and Noble, Google Play, Kobo and Apple
Book Three of the Familiar and the Mage
Finally over with the wedding, managed to escape the parents, signed up with the MISD, yay! Got assigned a permanent team with Chi, Vee, and Maksohm, double yay! Toh’sellor has been stolen.
Yeah, this is not going to be fun.
It is, in fact, anti-fun.
Oh, and monkeys. Poor Chi.
Now available on Amazon, Apple, Kobo, and Barnes and Noble
Book Four of the Familiar and the Mage
With the root of all evil—at least in Bannen’s opinion—behind lock and key, the team is finally free to do something else with their lives. Bannen quite looks forward to living in Gargan, the new house being built, with the occasional mission to spice things up.
Sure, the MISD thinks he needs therapy after everything he’s lived through in the past three years. But Bannen is reasonably sure he can get around that. They just need the downtime necessary to get Chi through therapy, as he’s the one who actually needs it. Peace and relaxation, that’s the theme of the day.
So someone needs to explain to him how they ended up chasing after a rumored Void Mage, tunneling through mountains, and embroiling themselves into a danger that not even the giants of Gargan want to face.
Because that is not Bannen’s idea of a good adventure.
Now available on Amazon.