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Legends of the Travelers, book 2.
Together Saga and Jarl managed to survive their years at school, guarding their secrets from even their closest friends. When Jarl graduates as a full mage and Saga becomes a weapons master, it is time for them to return to Vanaheim where Jarl will continue his studies as future ruler. This training includes extensive travel in the countryside so Jarl can meet many of his future subjects and practice his Wayfarer skills.
Saga, feeling confined after so many years at the school, can’t wait for the adventure and freedom the travel will bring. The hints that they may be in danger doesn’t deter her enthusiasm. Especially when they discover her people may be behind the rumors.
Jarl is also excited about the adventure, but is a bit more apprehensive about the danger they may face. He worries how his parents will react if Saga’s people are present on his world, and fears for Saga’s safety.
They start their adventure together, but will they end apart as they face the ultimate test of their loyalty and friendship.
The final book in the Clanless Series!
For four grueling years I looked forward to my freshman year of college. It should have been the best time of my life. Unfortunately, I never made it through the first month. Learning how to be a vampire became infinitely more important. Parties and classes and hanging out with my friends got set aside so I could learn how to fight, how to use my powers, and how to survive.
If the school of hard knocks wasn’t bad enough, the school of life decided to test me, too. I leave town and Alexander, the one guy I can’t stand to be around–¬or without, gets taken by the Sidhe to pay for our supposed crimes. Now its up to me to rescue him and get his elven relatives to leave us alone. Sounds easy right? Try it while you’re being stalked by the vampire who might have made you and a werewolf with a major superiority complex. My friends and I have been through a lot together and there hasn’t been anything we couldn’t overcome. But Freshman year might be even more than we can handle…
Being a vampire sucks.
Freshman Year Freaks
Jarl, Legends of the Travelers 2 – May 24th, 2016
Necromantic Shenanigans with Rebecca McFarland Kyle
Cop/Robber a novella “double” with Vivian Caethe
Praise for Sabaska’s Tale
“Once again, Campbell lures us into a fantastical world in which animals remind us what it means to be human.” – Anne Michaud – Author of Girls and Monsters.
“I was blown away by Sabaska’s Tale! A rich and layered fantasy about the mystical connection between horses and humans that will leave you heading for the nearest stables the minute you finish this book. You’ll never look at horses the same way again. I know I never will!”
~ Rusty Fischer, author of Zombies Don’t Cry
“Doc is a new breed of superhero with an eye for adventure!” – Devin O’Branagan
Praise for Brown, Ghost-Hunting Dog.
“Normally when I hear a dog growl at a ghost, I panic. But when I hear Brown growl at a ghost, I know things are about to get good!” – Sam Knight
Praise for The Clanless Series
“ I found that Senior Year Bites is something you can really sink your teeth into at any age and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to read. ” – Sally Wolf, book reviewer
Praise for Serpent Queen, Sky Yarns #1
“An amazing cast of characters…and airships. What more could you ask for? The Serpent Queen is a must read for steampunk lovers.” Jen Wylie author of Broken Aro
“It’s like Firefly but with vampires and steam engines!” S.N. Holl
Praise for the Into the West series.
“This book is a wonderful adventure that is like a long kiss goodbye. It leaves you hungry for more.” – Sally Wolf, book reviewer.