Lexi Buchanan writing as Vivien Brooks
The first book in an epic Fantasy Romance/Adventure series: The Fifth Realm, where Kings reigned for a thousand years and the Empyrean had guarded all Realms since his victory in the War of the Realms twelve thousand centuries before.
Hidden for survival
Stohrm Vellis was three when she was hidden in the Human Realm and thus had no knowledge of the Kingdom in which she was born—the Kingdom of Ice—one of five Kingdoms within the Fifth Realm. At the age of nineteen, she was about to discover the origins of myths and legends.
Secrets and Lies
The King of Ice was planning to reign for another century, unaware that his granddaughter lived. He would do anything to keep her from claiming the crown that was rightfully hers.
For dark and dangerous reasons, the King of Darkness wanted Stohrm in his private dungeon. Orders were issued to the General of the Kings Ayr Guard: locate and return with the Princess.
Hunt and Destroy
They sought not only her death, but also the gladius deae perditionis— sword of the goddess of destruction—which could only be wielded by the Princess.
Friendship, jealousy, heartache, love & treachery explode from the pages of this fantasy adventure.
Book Cover Design: JV Arts
Lexi Buchanan writing as
Harlow’s spine tingled and the hair on the back of her neck stood on edge the instant she stepped inside Trinity College's historic library in Dublin. The walls housed five centuries of secrets that thrummed through her blood, demanding to be heard. But there was one secret that couldn't be revealed, and the more Harlow learned, the deeper into the shadows she plunged.
The girl surrounded by darkness was getting close. He could sense it. Atlas O’Rourke had waited centuries for someone to discover the one book, hidden between the leather-bound pages of another, that would set him free from the hell in which he was imprisoned.
Crows cawed from the belfry, the blue sky darkened, the ocean turned wild and treacherous, and a thick fog enveloped the city.
Finding the lost tome, had become a race against time, because not only would the ancient script set Atlas free, but it would also set the city free from the clutches of evil.
Cover Design: Dark City Designs