Phantom Stag is a Novella written by Mark Hayden as part of the King’s Watch Series. Set in the middle of Tenfold although going into the book I thought it was supposed to be just after.
Tenfold is the fourth book in The King’s Watch series and it has Conrad and the gang back in Clerkwell to find out what secrets his 11x Grandfather has.
The Eleventh Hour is the third book in The King’s Watch Series by Mark Hayden in where after the success of The 12 Dragon of Albion Conard and Vicky are due some rest. What could be more relaxing than Conrad arranging a romantic weekend in the Lake District to tie up some loose ends and spend the night with his girlfriend?
The 12 Dragons of Albion is the second book in The King’s Watch series by Mark Hayden. Sees the story continue from The 13th Witch. Can Conrad pass the test to officially become a member of The Knights Watch or is a dragon going to be one step too far?
The 13th Witch sees Conrad Clarke come out of the Services and some illegal activities to be approached what seems to be a mythical being and it opens a whole world of Magik can you solve a mystery before the Ragnarok happens or will he ignore it?
Wicked Winters: A Limited Edition Holiday Collection was a pick up in the holiday season and I am only just getting around to reading it. If I am honest it was free and through the powers of Amazon I got an email about it because of the number of books I have read by Melanie Karsak unfortunately it is no longer available but here is what I thought about it just in case it comes back next holiday season.
Golden Braids and Dargon Blades is the fourth book in the Fairy Tales Series by Melanie Karsak. It is a steampunk adaptation of the fairy tale Rapunzel and with a good tie into the entire universe created by Melanie Karsak.
Beauty and the Beastly by Melanie Karask is the third book in the Fairy Tale Series its a steampunk take on Beauty and the Beastly where you see the return of Isabelle Hawkings from Ice and Embers.