Time is running out. One of the Medallions is still missing, and now Blake is in the hands of Prince Balthazar, wasting away in a prison cell until the day he'll be sacrificed to bring Lord Orion... More > back to life. Dessa Calder is dead, and the Keepers have lost all hope.
Except McKenna. Determined to rescue her best friend and fulfill a destiny her mother left unfinished, McKenna takes on a greater challenge than she bargained for. The powers that once belonged to Dessa have somehow transferred to McKenna, giving her the power to set right everything her enemies have destroyed.
But being a Keeper isn't that easy, especially when you aren't sure you can completely trust the people who claim to be your friends.< Less
Twelve years have flown by, and despite the threats on her daughter's life, Dessa strives to live in the light. Her memories still haven't completely returned, and her fear of the unknown feeds a... More > paranoia that slowly drives Dessa away from those she loves and into the arms of her enemies.
With McKenna's future on the line, Dessa searches for answers, but the only person who seems to have those answers is the man she vowed never to associate with again: Balthazar Korinthos.
With allegiances tested, the bonds of love broken, and the tenuous line between ally and foe becoming completely nonexistant, the Keepers are in for the toughest fight of their lives.< Less
After being abandoned by her parents when she was only eight years old, Dessa Ambrose struggles to stay in control of her life and escape her inner demons. Her senior year of high school marks the... More > end of an era, and the day she meets Christopher Calder, a young man who holds the key to her future and the key to her heart, Dessa realizes her life will never be the same.
Not only does Christopher seem to know more about Dessa than she does, but he also doesn't seem to be quite as human as Dessa was led to believe. His eyes emit an unearthly glow when he is near her, and he possesses strength and power beyond any mortal being. He's not human. That much is clear. Here's the catch, though: Dessa isn't human, either.
When the ghosts of her tainted past return with a thirst for vengeance, Dessa must decide what is really worth fighting for. She must choose between saving herself and saving those she cares about. But when the enemy you are fighting is yourself, how are you supposed to win?< Less