The Order – Book 1
A clumsy step, the wrong branch to hold on to and a bump on the head to leave her unconscious – no more than that turns Eryn’s life upside down when she suddenly finds herself in the capital city as a prisoner of the King. She is determined to keep her magical abilities a secret in a kingdom where, as long as anyone knows, magicians have only ever been male.
However, her aim doesn’t work out especially well. The Order – the governing body for magicians – and the King seem to have their own plans with her, none of them caring in the least that she just wants to leave that accursed city behind and return to the peace and quiet of her profession as a healer.
And then there is Enric, a high-ranking magician in the Order thanks to his considerable strength, who seems to find watching her struggles an amusing diversion.
Commitments – The Order: Book 2
Ram’an has, to Enric’s great relief, left Anyueel again to return to his home country – which leaves him to work out the challenge that Eryn still presents to him in more than one area of his life.
Eryn is restless, unnerved by the Order’s demands and her own urge to do something useful. It seems an expedition into the woods to teach the herb gatherers in the city how to provide her with acceptable goods is just the thing to pass the time until the new healers’ premises are ready for use. Ten peaceful days of collecting plants, far away from the city – or at least that’s the plan.
Schemes – The Order: Book 3
After Eryn and Enric leave Takhan, they make a discovery that has a huge impact on their relationship – a change Eryn doesn’t approve of while Enric is thrilled.
Life could be busy yet peaceful if it weren’t for the guests from Takhan who turn out to be rather troublesome in more than one way. And then there is the King, who obviously doesn’t want to be outdone by the new Ambassador and the healer from Takhan when it comes to causing tensions.
Rifts – The Order: Book 4
Right after her arrival in Takhan, Eryn has to face a shocking revelation. Then there is the simmering tension in her relationship with Ram’an, as well as the wearisome preparations for the final healer exam with Sarol, a man who considers mediocre performance a personal insult.
While Enric is getting to grips with his role as Head of House Aren and senator and Vern seems to have found in Takhan his ideal home, Eryn is still fighting to cope somehow with her anger.
Family Bonds – The Order: Book 5
In addition to leading House Aren and Eryn’s own project in Takhan she also has to care for the new family addition – and all this while her companion is absent, gone up north to free Malriel from the claws of a foreign jurisdiction.
Enric is not only suffering from nightmares which are not his own but also under the third level commitment bond that turns his separation from his family into an even greater ordeal. He is determined to take care of the matter in Pirinkar as swiftly as possible and finally be able to return to his partner. And to his son, who was born somewhat sooner than expected.