The Lyremouth Chronicles

by Jane Fletcher

The Exile And the Sorcerer

The quest for the stolen chalice is a sham – her family’s excuse to get rid of Tevi. Exiled in a dangerous and confusing world filled with monsters, bandits, and sorcerers, Tevi battles demons within and without as she searches for her place in the strange new world.

Jemeryl has her future planned out – a future that will involve minimal contact with ordinary folk who do not understand sorcerers. Her ambition is to lead a solitary life within the Coven and to devote herself to the study of magic. It is all very straightforward – until she meets Tevi.

Two unlikely allies join forces to defeat an insidious evil and on the journey find one another.

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The Traitor And the Chalice

Tevi has made a new life in the Protectorate – a life that includes Jemeryl – something she could never have expected when she was exiled from her home. Even more surprising is that she finds herself seriously engaged in the search for the chalice. The fake quest has suddenly become very real.

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The Empress And the Acolyte

After three years of studying with the Empress Bykoda, Jemeryl has learned all that the elderly sorcerer can teach her and is ready to return to Lyremouth. However, before she leaves, Bykoda reveals a grim secret, an oracle of death, and askes her to perform one final assignment.

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The High Priest and the Idol

Jemeryl and Tevi’s relationship is put to the test when the guardian sends Jemeryl on a mission that lands her not only in harm’s way, but also back into the sites of a previous lover.

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