My mom should have killed me the day I was born.
Being a twin complicates the Evian line of succession, but Chancery Alamecha is fine letting Judica inherit the throne. After all, she’s the stronger sister—the merciless fighter, the ruthless politician, and the groomed heir. But something unexpected happens when Chancery tries on her mother’s staridium ring, forcing her into a role that she never wanted: the prophesied queen who will prevent the destruction of Earth.
Now I have to kill my sister.
Judica, enraged by this turn of events, vows to do anything to reclaim her rightful place as empress. Including challenging Chancery to a battle to the death. While Chancery is away training, she gets a taste of the human world, where she can do whatever she wants without genetic obligations. Now torn between a life she was born into and one that makes her happy, she must confront her treacherous sister—or cause the end of the world.
Displaced is a Whitney Award Finalist; a SOVAS audiobook finalist; a Publisher’s Weekly BookLife Prize Quarter-Finalist, and it received a positive Kirkus review. Check it out today!
What’s dark is not always evil.
Judica trained her entire life to be ready to one day rule the Alamecha family. She was nothing less than perfect. She fought, studied, and even dated exactly as her mother directed.
Only, now her mother’s gone, her sister stole her throne, and her boyfriend abandoned her. Things can’t really get any worse, or so she thinks.
When Judica’s attacked by a hidden enemy, there’s only one person she can trust, the one warrior who never followed her for the wrong reasons. With Roman’s help, Judica must discover the true circumstances surrounding her mother’s attack and find justice, no matter what stands in her way.
**Author’s note: I know you don’t want to read about Judica. That just means I did my JOB in book one! She’s most readers’ favorite character, once they give her a chance. Still not sure whether you want to try it? Check out what other reviewers have said after reading her story:
“Judica’s story is my favorite in the series!”
“I honestly didn’t know how Bridget would be able to redeem Judica in my eyes, but she did it.”
“Of all the directions this series could have gone, this was the most surprising.”
“I was on the fence about unForgiven because I really didn’t like Judica in the first book. However, I’m so glad I read it!”
“Book 2 went and flipped the table on all my preconceived ideas! I loved the switch to the POV of the supposed antagonist.”
“All the things we hated about Judica in Displaced are explained in unForgiven and I might like Judica more than Chancery.”
“I wasn’t sure how I would feel about reading a book from Judica’s perspective. I loved it so much!”
“I am so glad we got to hear her story. She’s actually my favorite character.”
“Book 2 is a flawless move into the POV of Judica. So far, this series is a knock out!”
Chancery’s life on her eighteenth birthday is nothing like she imagined it would be. Her mother’s gone, she’s ruling the family, and her twin has returned as an uneasy ally. But the prophecy hanging over her head causes more problems than it solves, and her love life is a mess.
Now that the man of her dreams finally wants her, Chancery’s not sure he’s right. And she’s about to learn a lot of new information about sweet, supportive Noah that’s going to transform the playing field in a shocking new way. Join Chancery, Judica, Edam, and Noah for a ride you won’t want to miss, and a whole host of twists and turns that will keep you guessing to the very end.
Melina’s not like the rest of her family, but if she tries hard enough, maybe one day she’ll be enough. With the Centennial Games approaching, she’s running out of time to prepare. Her parents also grow ever more impatient for her to choose a suitor.
The ferocious intensity of the Games brings everything into sharp focus. For the first time in her life, Melina begins to understand just how different she really is, and why she’s struggled to pick a future husband. Can someone like Melina ever truly find a place among the Evians, or will her differences endanger them all?
Chancery thought that defeating her most vocal enemy would buy her some time, but since her mother died, nothing has gone according to plan. She has a wound that won’t heal, enemies masquerading as friends, and a prophecy that keeps popping up to complicate everything that matters to her.
Noah’s missing, but Chancery’s persistent dreams make her doubt that he’s dead. Meanwhile, she’s been forced into a wedding of state she’s not sure she wants. In the midst of all that, a discovery about her mother’s final weeks throws her into greater confusion. Can Chancery sort friends from foes in time to save not only her family and the world, but also her heart?
Inara spent two hundred years as a devoted shadow to her mother, sacrificing everything to do what was best for their family. She cared for her mother dearly, but love and hate aren’t opposites. Sometimes the difference between them is thinner than the edge of a blade.
When the love of Inara’s life finally appears, it’s as glorious as she imagined it would be. But a single mistake made long ago can have far-reaching consequences. Even though she wants to do the right thing, Inara’s options shrink more with each passing day. Can she rectify her one misstep, or will it drive her off the side of a cliff from which there is no return?
From the very beginning, Chancery cared nothing for power, but fate has forced her to gather all the staridium necessary to rule the world. She’s finally ready to fulfill the prophecy, but not all her enemies stood outside the gate. When the villain who murdered her mother finally strikes, Chancery’s unprepared. With Noah, Edam, and Judica on her side, she thought no one could defeat them.
She was wrong.
Broken, battered, and in bondage, can Chancery make the terrible sacrifice required to save the world, even if it shatters her heart?