In the year 2020, Mary Nobleman is an average thirteen-year-old girl until one night she falls through the floor of her house and discovers a secret room in her family’s basement that is filled with artifacts. In the room, she discovers a journal, the famous Excalibur, and an Egyptian Amulet. She also finds a hidden tunnel leading to a river. Mary travels with her friend Julie and a Celtic fairy in a submarine to Wales, which used to be called Camelot. While Mary is on her journey, she learns that she is a descendant of the legendary King Arthur from a secret second marriage, and discovers some unique powers as well. In Camelot, she and her friends fight evil creatures and become imprisoned by a secret coven on top of a mountain! Can Mary defeat those seeking revenge on Arthur’s bloodline? What truths do the rare relics hold? A story about friendships, family secrets, and adventures, readers are encouraged to think outside the box as they join Mary on her journey of self-discovery.
“I fell in love with an angel.
“He was beautiful, and ugly, and corrupt, and innocent, but all the same, I loved him. He had dark, raven hair that hid the thoughts so clearly on his face, azure eyes that stalked his prey, and golden skin marred by wounds I made so long ago. No one could tame him.
But he was mine nonetheless.”
It’s no secret that Nick wants to leave the small Southern town of Fontaine. From his relationship with the town bad boy, to the constant night terrors he’s subjected to, he’s counting down the days until he can finally move himself and his family out. But when a pastor suddenly burns alive right in front of him, he becomes ensnared by a past that torments him, and a man entrenched in lust and blood.