17-year-old Aria Fae is no stranger to danger. She’s super fast and strong, and has supernatural abilities that come along with being half faerie.
In order to help a friend, she disobeyed her superiors and has been kicked out of the secret supernatural organization that has trained her since infancy. Now, Aria is alone in the concrete jungle of Grant City—the human world where she will never quite fit in.
She’ll soon find that Grant City is full of dangers. Women are disappearing from the streets, and a new drug called Black Magic is turning people into supercharged maniacs.
When she meets Samantha Shy, a young computer genius, the two become fast friends, and decide to combine their abilities to make a kickass vigilante team. That is, if Aria can keep her attention from drifting to her handsome and mysterious neighbor across the hall.
But Grant City is a dark and dangerous place, and the monsters that dwell there are not going to go down without a fight.
From the bestselling author of The Alexa Montgomery Saga, comes the start of an exciting new urban fantasy series that combines action, adventure, friendship and romance to make for an epic journey that will leave the reader breathless.
Praise for The Aria Fae Series:
“H. D. Gordon is a master at creating magical worlds! Her characters really get under your skin and stay there. I read this book in one sitting.”
“I love stories about faeries and elves, and The Aria Fae Series is a fresh take on urban fantasy/paranormal that made me remember why I so love the genres!”
“This is one of the best paranormal series I’ve read! It’s got everything; mystery, suspense, romance, and a kick butt female lead! I’ll be looking into more of Miss Gordon’s works in the future!”
“If you like superheroes, paranormal creatures, and villains and vigilantes, The Aria Fae Series is for you. I really enjoyed this mash-up!”
A fair warning: Though the characters in The Aria Fae Series are all young adults, they deal with some disturbing themes and strong language that may be uncomfortable for some readers. For younger readers, parent discretion is advised.