Unstoppable Liv Beaufont Complete Series Boxed Set (Books 1 – 12) by Sarah Noffke, Michael Anderle
English | 2020| Fantasy | ePUB |2.3 MB
Olivia Beaufont likes fixing things and keeping to herself. She’s simple like that—but her life is about to drastically change.
Liv is a rebel with royal blood who abdicated her birthright. A string of murders changes everything and the House of Seven asks her to take on a role as a Warrior, one of seven positions revered for protecting magic.
Although Liv would rather stay out of the politics and conspiracies that she ran away from years ago, her family needs her. It’s only a twelve-year stint until her sister, the next in line, can take over.
So, what’s the harm in activating her magic and accepting her place as a warrior?
Justice hasn’t been properly served by the House of Seven in a long time.
Not until now.
Included in this fantastic collection of almost 3,000 pages are the following books:
The Rebellious Sister
The Uncooperative Warrior
The Defiant Magician
The Triumphant Daughter
The Loyal Friend
The Stubborn Advocate
The Unrelenting Fighter
The Ferocious Force
The Passionate Delegate
The Unlikely Heroes
The Creative Strategist
The Born Leader
Ian’s fingers twitched by his side, but without making more than the slightest movement, he knew something was wrong with his magic. Somehow it had been disabled. Only one organization was powerful enough to disrupt a magician’s magic like this. Ian had no time to deal with the disappointment. He’d been right to follow the leads, but it had also been dangerous, as he and Reese had known. For her, it had been deadly.
Ian sprang forward, picking up the side table next to the hearth and throwing it in the direction of the other magician. The table crashed against the doorframe where the man had been; he had disappeared and reappeared a few feet away. From that distance, Ian could see his face more clearly: the ancient wrinkles and the eyes he’d always mistaken as kind.
“You can’t get away with this,” Ian said, scanning the room for options. Without magic, he was…normal, and his options were few. He hadn’t believed this day would come. Ironically it had, and against the one man he never thought would be his adversary.
“We already have, poor Ian,” the man said. “You should have left things alone.”
Ian felt behind him for the fireplace poker, but when he had it in his hand, the would-be weapon flew from his fingers, landing on the far side of the room.
The man shook his head. “You know I think of you as a son.”
Ian grimaced, pain in his heart making it hard to breathe. He pointed at his dead sister. “And was she like your daughter?”
The magician’s face remained indifferent. “I didn’t like killing her, nor will I like doing the same to you. But I promise, just like with your sister, I’ll make it as painless as I can.”