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Book from series Two Worlds: Beginning.
A unique Gift manifests in adolescence, and it can become a beautiful tool for changing this fantasy world to the best. But what if you are just a teenage girl who happened to have a destructive power?
Lana is not a guardian, but after her best friend dies under suspicious circumstances, she comes back to her home town to find out the truth. She starts her own secret investigation to catch a murderer.
Will justice triumph?
Book 1 in series Two Worlds: Magic Squad
After events in Triville, Elisa applies to the Academy to become a detective. To her own surprise, she is not the only woman studying here. Jackie and Elisa quickly become best friends and fall in love with each other.
Together, they dream of stopping the local gang who sells drugs to teenagers. However, they are surrounded by male guardians, which means that their mistake might cost them a career.
Will they manage to catch a criminal boss without ruining their reputation?
Book 2 in series Two Worlds: Magic Squad
It's been three years since the events of The Academy. Four friends have matured, and each of them works on their chosen path: Jackie is a lawyer helping victims of domestic violence; Elisa and Urchin serve as the guardians in the capital; and Theo lives in Triville with his dragon Rei and solves the crimes happening in the suburbs of Lake Kingdom.
All of them do their best catching the criminals, however this time they face a dangerous religious cult called Daughters of Divine. Its leader sacrifices a young woman when the full moon rises.
Will four friends find a way to get together again to stop this cult?
"Imagine the world where magic is an integral part of life, natural as the air we breathe, sometimes a blessing, but sometimes a sinister touch to the endless flow of opportunities.
Ghost: A Murder Mystery is a delicious blend of fantasy, young adult coming-of-age story, and a real crime investigation story."
- Eve Koguce,
author of Neglected Merge.
"There wasn’t a moment where I wasn’t pulled in. There were twists and turns throughout that constantly kept me on my toes. As I was reading through, I was guessing and suspecting.
Sometimes I was sad or happy. At one point, I was honestly on the edge of my seat, wanting the information to come quicker because I just had to know."
- Katie Kirman
"I really enjoyed reading this book. An easy and interesting read, just what I needed to get my mind off things.
Likable characters, interesting plot twists. But most of all I liked the world the author built - their magic is beautiful and I loved the idea of having unique gifts that manifest when they’re in their teens."
- Elena Carter,
author of Follow the Hummingbird.