The truth is coming to light and the faction which had left Olivia for dead still has infiltrated the Akron Auxiliary. She's determined to root out the dangerous forces before they can damage her agency even more. With her unicorns still under threat, Olivia wants nothing more than to end this—for good. But a moment of anger does more harm than she expected and now she’s dealing with a corrupted node and magical storms that threaten to disrupt everything she holds dear. How can she protect her agency when she can’t even protect herself?
In this prequel to Songs & Horns, Olivia struggles to come to terms with her agency leaving her for dead while protecting the unicorns and the magical node in her forest. A disturbing discovery leads her to the National Forest adjacent her property and an introduction to a very old and very powerful magical creature. But once awakened, some things prefer to be left alone and answers are hard to find.
Note: Although this story is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone story. The Wings & Horns series contains books featuring adult protagonists along with unicorns and pegasus which aren't connected with the Pegasus Academy.
Work progresses on the Pegasus Academy and its new Dean, Sonia Morales, and her pegasus filly find themselves dealing more and more with the daily minutiae of getting a school up and running. An act of sabotage at the school's building site reverberates through Sonia's small household with the memory of an earlier attack.
Not everyone wants magical equines to play a role in the Musimagium, let alone the school, and not everyone working there has the school's best interest at heart. Once more Sonia and the filly find themselves in danger from those who who are jealous of the pegasus and scared of their magical abilities.
If they can't protect the school grounds, then how can they hope to protect future students? And Sonia worries a former concert pianist with RA just isn't strong enough to do what's necessary. She's going to have to call on some friends, as well as her inner strength to save the academy she's grown to love.
In spite of taking on the family mantle of protecting the dragons in Arkansas' Ouachita mountains, Deanna only had vague memories of the large creatures who lived in a cave on her family's property. Her mother dismissed her grandmother's tales as stories--nothing more. And when Deanna showed aptitude for the trumpet, just like her jazz playing grandfather, her mother quickly whisked her away out of a fear that she would also show the same magical abilities that ran in her family. Deanna has never been a stranger to walking in two worlds. She also has no idea just how that skill will come in handy.
A direct hit from a tornado changes everything. Now Deanna is asked to fully take on the mantle that her grandmother had always intended for her and help launch the dragons into a new phase of existence--one in which they no longer hid.
A young male dragon is ready to go to the new academy, and his very old father is coming home.
With help from an expert with a shady past and friendly neighbors who have no idea what lives not far from their cattle farm, Deanna's forced to navigate through two worlds, that of the magical and the mundane. And perhaps to bond with a dragon who has been waiting for her to come into her own.
Note: This story takes place in the Radio Arcanum world and stands alone.
Starina Kwan trusted her gut and tried not to follow the rules, which made her one of the best Musa Armis agents. A transfer to a new, secret division leads to the discovery that magic transcends time and space, and it gives her an opportunity to finally catch the criminal that’s eluded her for the past few years.
But, the web of time and crime is tangled, and her travels reveal that her quarry has ties to the hate group which killed her mother and is working to create a most dangerous future. With her partner incapacitated, Starina has to go alone through time where nothing is as it seems and if she fails, she risks not just her entire agency, but also her life