Posts labeled Megan Derr
Review - The Monk by Megan Derr
Taniel feels like he has always lived his life in the shadows. Growing up with his adopted family, he seemed to be the shadow of his older brother Kohar, who also became a mage. Then, at the monastery, he became the shadow of the spectacularly beautiful monk Vosgi, whose obsession with dark magic finally forced Taniel to turn him in, and get both of them kicked out of the monastery.
Review - The Castellan by Megan Derr
Bedros was once a high flyer at court, a favorite of the king. All that came to an end when he saved the life of a man he considered an enemy, but who was unjustly accused by the court of high crimes. As punishment he was banished to Castle Rehm, at the furthest reaches of the kingdom. Bedros has nonetheless made a life he's happy with, taking care of the people and keeping the peace.
Review - The Succubus by Megan Derr
Kohar is quite happy as the mage-in-residence at the remote Castle Rehm. It's a cold and forbidding place, but also relatively undemanding. That is, until several servants and guards turn up dead in “unusual” circumstances, apparently victims of a succubus. Together with the taciturn captain of the guards Nevek, Kohar needs to try and track down the person spreading death through magical runes, before the two of them become victims themselves.