Through Shade and Shadow is just that, the start of a rebellion, though no one involved knew that at the time. And, right now, Through Shade and Shadow is available for free for your kindle.
This first book in the Shades and Shadows trilogy introduces Alaric Lambrecht and Mason Jerah, and the world in which they live. It’s a world that is starting to come apart at the seams.
If you haven’t read it yet, now is your chance to get it before Where Shadows Fall drops. Let me lure you into an America not so different from our own, one where tribes of paranormal people have blended into the fabric, hiding their talents to prevent their own destruction.
Shades, a name given to them because of their particular weakness to the sun, are primarily healers, though they can kill just as well as heal. They are feared for their gifts, particularly after one is found to be a serial killer. Of the tribes, Shades are the most feared and have the hardest time hiding due to their issue with sunlight.
Shadows are psychics and mind-readers, among other things. Their gifts come from their minds and their name comes from the ability to control another person, shadowing them. Of the tribes, Shadows hide the easiest among the human population, their gifts easy to disguise.
Shifters are shapeshifters, people with the ability to shift into something else. Of the tribes, Shifters have been hunted the most voraciously over the years, resulting in a low number of them still in existence.
Sages are those who use magic and each Sage is attuned to a specific form of magic based on their elemental affinity. Of the tribes, Sages have had the easiest time adapting to the modern world, hiding among the new age and Pagan populations.
America is falling apart, shredding itself in it’s fear of those it once thought were myth, and Alaric and Mason are directly in the path of the destruction. War is coming.
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