It had been over ten years since she had escaped from the asylum her parents sent her to after her divorce. She had a nervous break down, they said. She said she saw her thirteen-year-old son transform into a wolf, who then chased after her. Everyone thought she was insane--except H. Richard Deacon III. But then, she was his mother. The continued story of Howard Richard Deacon the III in the Hallowedspell universe, where witchcraft is dangerously real and things that are ordinary are not what they seem.
Most legends about vampires are wrong.
They are not eternally beautiful.
They are not super strong.
And those bitten by vampires do not become vampires, no matter how many bites they make.
A vampire bite is an eternal source of leaking blood. And Troy Meecham is one of the unfortunate bitten. Whenever a vampire is near, his wound opens up, beckoning to those blood suckers to take a sip--and there is nothing he can do about it.
But his friends hatch a plan to stop this vampire from even getting close. After all, there's a lot the ghoulies from Gulinger High can do that a vampire can't.
Samantha Ann Carter has one chance to save her brothers from starvation. A dangerous race to the sea against the finest athletes in the area. The prize is passage to the newly built cities on the ocean. But to enter the race, Samantha must meet certain physical requirements, and must consent to a risky surgical procedure that may make all the difference in winning or losing.
But in doing so, Samantha discovers the nature of the race is not quite what was advertized.
Everyone told Kinneth Green that taking a job at ConoTech was a bad idea--his friends, his girlfriend, old acquaintences in the Junks, and the priests at the Stone Cathedral--but Kinneth could not resist. The opportunity to earn extra money was nothing to the chance that he could have a closer look at the infamous 'black widow' of New Escon City--Lady Madeline Connolly. It was rumored that she may have murdered her husband (and former CEO of ConoTech Industries). It was also rumored that she had purposely used illicit drugs so that her son would be born with birth defects (The child was born missing both his legs, his right arm, and a lung), and would have to live on a respirator for the rest of his life. Both father and son and disappeared over a decade ago. But even worse, some people claim that ConoTech is creating mind-control devices and putting them in their tech.
Kinneth is there to find the truth.
But Lady Madeline Connolly, who has a taste for young men, rarely lets go of anyone she has gotten her hands on--and Kinneth is now in her sights.
Tacy Jensen gets shanghaied into a military program when her sister and a classmate steal a top secret military space craft to escape an attack from a fierce alien enemy by putting her into the computer gel interface that merges with the nerve and brain function of human beings. When Tacy successfully emerges from the machine works over 30 years have passed. She now has to deal with soreness of her altered body, the military training for the ships, oppressive protocol, and blatant discrimination for being someone who stole the ship rather than an official part of the military. She struggles for health and freedom as she also learns what happened to her sister and friend in those missing 30 or so years.
Residents of Middleton Village, Massachusetts believed their town was under an ancient curse. Witches were rumored to live in the shadows while werewolves hunted in the woods. No one could move in and no one could move out witout deadly consequences. But legends of witches and werewolves aside, any unsuspecting teenage boy who dared venture into the old public library really, truly, adn honestly vanished.
That is, until Jessica Mason's mother transferred in from the California branch of Deacon Enterprises to the main office in Middleton Village. Too eager to get away after a nasty divorce with her magician-by-trade and con-artist husband, they were unaware of what they were stepping into. Besides, what does a pari of big-city skeptics know about curses?
But then, what's to know when destiny is at work?
One curse down, a billion to go...
Residents of Middleton Village, Massachusetts believed their town was under an ancient curse. No one could move in and no one could move out without deadly consequences. Witches worked in the shadows. And werewolves lived in the nearby forest. But the curse on the old public library that had snatched young boys had finally been lifted - or had it?
The few that had escaped the curse discover that some scars don't heal. But that isn't the bad thing, especially since that scar warns them of the unusual influx of magical creatures coming to their town. No, teh bad thing is that those creatures are searching for them to take revenge.
But the seven teenagers are not going to go down without a fight - even if they are the biggest geeks at Middleton High.
The weather outside is frightful, very frightful.
The Christmas season has come to Middleton bringing in more than just snow. A stranger blows into town, the Ladies Aid Society unexpectely invites Jessica Mason to join Junior League, and Michael Toms returns to the town for a Holiday visit--a recipe for disaster in this cursed town.
As the eight pals seek answers to the mysterious stranger, Michael goes missing, Peter gets paranoid, Jessica gets a fancy dress, Andy get's tickets to the ball, and the town gets covered in heaps of snow--and they uncover one of the biggest secrets Middleton Village has been hiding for centuries... With Winter Solstice only a week away, what can happen in the most cursed town in North America?
Book 3 of the Hallowedspell series
Nobody messes with Middleton High basketball.
Basketball season in Middleton Village is big. So big, even the witches of the town do not mess with it. So when the seven teens who had escaped the 'library curse' start up a club vying for the school's attention, the varsity team pays attention. And so do the town's witches. But Middleton Village's new Medieval Club is not the real threat to the game. They are only there to help.
But one fateful game will change the way the Middleton Timberwolves play basketball forever. And it will be up to the Holy Seven to save them.
The circus has come to Middleton Village and everyone is excited - except for the seven teens who already had their fair share of trouble. Seven individuals (out of eight total) chosen to combat witchcraft in that town and the world find this turn of events disconcerting for two reasons:
1. A circus has never been allowed into town before.
2. The Ladies Aid Society (witches) invited them.
What reason would the witches have to invite in strangers after all these years? The Seven soon find out exactly why.
Sleight-of-hand, robbery, and con-men are nothing to the horrors that truly lie at the source of this road show. The Seven must once again defeat real magic - and capture a stone that would set their world on fire - literally.