Prelude of Fire
Ashlai is a Fyre who can harness powers of flame from the sun. Despite her powers—or perhaps because of them—she has always felt like an outsider among the Forest-footer Elves who raised her and her brother, Merritt. When their home is attacked by King Ragnar and his "Sere,” a vicious drought that burns all in its path, Ashlai embarks on a quest to save it. Her only clues are the strange music playing inside her head, the warnings of a captive princess, and a broken prism left to her by her long-lost mother. With the help of new friends, including a snarky elf, two squabbling but kind-spirited bards, and a boy who can turn into a tree, Ashlai journeys to collect the remaining prism shards. Can she find them and defeat Ragnar before his Sere consumes all Hyloria? Or will the secrets of the prism cause Ashlai to lose her new friends, her family, and even herself? Prelude of Fire is the first in an epic quartet that combines music and magic while reminding us that our choices, not our circumstances, define who we truly are and will become.

Serenade of Kings
King Moragon, a powerful mental magician, desires to possess musical magic at any cost. Gailea, an aspiring music mage serving in Moragon’s castle, dares to hone her rare song-spell gift in secret. Crispin, a young Fyre mage, plays a dangerous balancing game of striving to ascend in his uncle’s court while protecting Gailea from Moragon’s cruel whims. Gailea has only been safe from the wicked king as long as her gift remained hidden, but try as she might, she can’t conceal that gift forever. What’s more, Moragon isn’t the only one who takes notice: his brother, Alastair Ragnar—known as “the snake” by those who fall prey to his charms—has his eye on the prize too. As the castle’s secrets start to unravel and expose a deadly spell, a murder plot, a crafty sorcerer, and a certain Prism…can Crispin protect Gailea, especially from his own fiery ambitions? And as war breaks out to rival the conflict waged inside her heart, will Gailea be forced to sacrifice her love for the good of the realm? Continue the epic saga of The Gailean Quartet in this overture to Prelude of Fire that weaves music, magic, love, and betrayal to sing the origin stories of Gailea and Ragnar—a union of both harmony and flame.  
Symphony of Crowns

Once a queen. Now a fugitive. Can a sacred song transform Gailea into a warrior? Despite ever-growing song-spell skills, Gailea has shed her crown to flee the kingdom she conquered…and the cruel man she loved. Hunted by assassins, she must hide her children and vanish, disguising herself as a teacher at an extraordinary magic academy.

Across the sea, sadistic King Samil has usurped the Carmennan throne, using forbidden spells and his talented young protégé, Mikanah, to seduce and enslave minds. His plan to crush the entire Lozolian Realm with an unstoppable army demands one last sacrifice: an innocent music mage whose soul can be twisted to craft the ultimate weapon. When a girl escapes Samil’s dungeons to warn of the plot, Gailea must reveal her gifts to join the elite, mysteriously selected music Guardians and confront the rising evil. But even the Guardians have their own agendas. Can Gailea trust Iolana, the former prisoner whose scheme to save the man she loves could doom them all? Or the very man who sent assassins to hunt Gailea and her children? Or even Mikanah, ripped unwillingly from King Samil’s side to accept a duty he despises. Does he seek redemption, vengeance, or power? Ahead lies a treacherous journey to rally the Guardians and confront their overwhelming enemies. But Gailea’s vow to reunite with her children demands a safe realm. And she will vanquish anyone, king, or ally, who stands against her. The trials of war and the power of music rush to a crescendo in this epic third installment of The Gailean Quartet.
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