Texting and Monsters
Apocalypse #6? Not if Thea has anything to do with it.
Thea made the decision not to expose Other World to humans. Now she’s working for the Veiled Initiative to find solutions before humanity learns about the existence of magicals.
The decision of whether to remove the veil between the worlds is actually a choice of when and how. The veil will be broken sooner rather than later by humans if magicals do not move first.
From keyboard warrior to battle mage, she’s got her work cut out for her.
Still grieving for her father, Thea must master her magical affinities and figure out where she fits into the team of much older, more experienced warriors. Not to mention helping Iain find his place, reining in Phil’s overprotective urges, and an evil ancestor who just won’t quit causing catastrophes.
Thea’s training is accelerated by Haiden’s determination to bring about the sixth end of the world.
Every mage is needed to fight when Haiden begins opening the pockets containing the worst of the worst magicals. The Initiative is spread thin, leaving the druids on the Other World isle of Mona vulnerable on the one night of the year where the Veil is weak.
While everyone else is focused on mitigating the damage Haiden is causing, he attacks, leaving Anwen in a magically-induced coma.
Will determination and Thea’s tech skills be enough stop him? Or is the war no one can win inevitable?