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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Friday, November 1, 2019

fate has her own ideas…Caster Prophecy Series by LaVerne Lewis

She's a human with a busted ticker. He's an ancient warlock. The only thing they have in common are birthmarks that flare to the point of pain when they're together. But fate has other ideas…


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Canticle (#1)

Published: October 28th, 2019 

She's a human with a busted ticker. He's an ancient warlock. The only thing they have in common are birthmarks that flare to the point of pain when they're together. But fate has other ideas… 

Studying abroad despite her advancing heart disease, Leilani Gibson squeezes all the joy she can out of life. Literally bumping into the most handsome guy she's ever seen while Christmas shopping should be the best thing that's happened to her in quite some time, but she knows he'll disappear when he discovers her secret. 

Born into a family of Casters, Stellan Kierkegaard lives his life away from the reminder that he alone is the only one un-mated in his coven. When he collides with Leilani at a Montreal mall, his gallant attempt to get her to the hospital when she succumbs to congestive heart failure takes an unexpected turn. Now he’s forced to withhold some secrets of his own. 

Stellan poses as Leilani's fiancĂ© until she gets the medical care she needs, but the more time they spend together, the more intense their feelings become as their birthmarks flare. If Caster prophecy is to be believed, and this reaction is only triggered in true soul mates, they must hide this fact from a trio of zealous Caster royals who have been tricked once. 

The Caster couple who bears the foretold birthmark is prophesied to knit dark and light covens to lead the Caster World. Yet how can this be when Leilani is by every indication, mortal? 


Opus (#2)

Release Date: November 28th, 2019 

When the most precious Caster artifact goes missing, its retrieval becomes the difference between peace and civil war. 

Powerful warlock, Stellan Kierkegaard was united with his Caster’s Canticle in Leilani Gibson, whom he believed to be human, but is actually an equally powerful Caster who’s been raised by human parents. During surgery to repair Leilani’s severely damaged heart, the power which someone had been siphoning from her since childhood was returned, revealing her true nature. 

Now, the Kierkegaard coven is on the run from their governing body, The Hemlock Society, and the unknown person or persons who plotted to relieve Leilani of her power. Shortly after learning that the second half of the Caster Prophecy, the Caster’s Opus, has been stolen from the Hemlock Society in Stockholm, Leilani is kidnapped, sending Stellan into a Caster rage. 

Will Stellan and Leilani retrieve the Caster’s Opus in time to join the Dark and Light covens together as prophesied, or will the Caster World descend into chaos? 


Masterpiece (#3)

Release Date: December 29th, 2019 

Ruling the Caster World proves dangerous, but is it as dangerous as a little-known prophecy which could be the final triumph? 

Stellan and Leilani Kierkegaard balance marriage, governing an underground race of magical beings, an investigation to discover who her biological parents are, all while completing their matriculation at an Ivy League school. It seems all too easy until their lead Caster investigator turns up dead, and every conceivable clue leads back to someone trying to keep her parents’ identity a secret. 

When Leilani’s grad school bestie learns the secret they’re sworn to keep at all costs, things get even more interesting in their world, particularly, the fact that her in-laws may not share her views, or fondness for humans, when it comes to the existence of Casters in a world dominated by them. Combine all this with the discovery that there’s yet another prophecy which must be fulfilled in order for them to reign over the Caster World in relative peace and prosperity. 

Will Stellan and Leilani have to make the same choice her Caster parents had to make to safeguard their legacy, or will prophecy protect their Masterpiece? 

About the author:
LaVerne Lewis grew up watching shows like Dark Shadows, Bewitched and later Charmed and Supernatural. Her favorite authors in the genre include Anne Rice, Stephen King, Karen Marie Moning and J.R. Ward which cemented her fondness for Urban Fantasy and the Paranormal. While she works by day in an office writing dry contract language, her love for Urban Fantasy compelled her to pursue writing the types of books she loves. Now she writes her own Paranormal Romance novels in the hope that someday her name will be synonymous with her idols’. 

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17 comments:

lildevilgirl22 said...

the cover art is amazing

katieoscarlet said...

Canticle has the best cover in this series.

Dale Wilken said...

The books sound really great.

Debra Branigan said...

You have to love the underdogs especially when their the protagonists. The covers are great and I need to get the first of the series because I definitely want to read it.

CJ said...

I am loving the covers for these! :)

DebP said...

I really like the covers for this series - they're very eye catching.

Victoria Alexander said...

Thanks for sharing!

LaVerne Lewis said...

Thanks so much for all your kind words!

LaVerne Lewis

magic5905 said...

Love the cover, the guy is hot.

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Nancy Payette said...

Great cover

Stephanie LaPlante said...

These books sound super awesome. The covers themselves had me intrigued.

MaryAnn said...

I love to read fantasy mystery type books. These look good.

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I like the covers-thanks

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laurie nykaza said...

I love the artwork on the cover of this book Love to read it too.

Maria Katie said...

WOW this looks amazing, love the cover and the title.

dave said...

looks like a good book, love the cover.