by Victoria Danann
Genre: YA Fantasy Romance
Release Date: January 19th 2019
dba 7th House, Imprint of Andromeda LLC
The first three books of the series form an unforgettable trilogy that will make you feel like you just transferred to R. Caine High.
"FIVE STARS for one of the most peculiar high school experiences of all time!" - The World is Hers for the Reading
When it came to the attention of the old ones that their creations, the Earth gods, had been playing games at the expense of humankind for millennia, they put a stop to it. But the rebellious gods were far too addicted to their games to give them up. After several summit meetings, they voted to use their own children as players and locate the playing field in the most treacherous environment in the known universe… high school.
*A goddess's favorite wolf disguised as a Norwegian elk hound.
*A prankster god disguised as a quirky kid.
*A sixteen-year-old who doesn't know she's an immortal Valkyrie.
*Norse gods. Wait! What?
Book 1. THE GAME BEGINS
Ever Moore is one of a large group of sophomores inexplicably transferring into R. Caine from all over North America. She doesn't remember that she's the favorite Valkyrie daughter of Odin and Freya. She only knows she's a sixteen year old with no interest in moving across the country to a new school.
Book 2. THE KNIGHT
Jean Marre's recent life has been one big surprise right after another. First his family moved to SoCal from a remote French Canadian town. Then he began feeling a strange compulsion to watch over a smart little blonde named Ever Moore. In fact he found himself restless, distracted, and uncomfortable if she wasn't around. Before there was time to adjust to any of that, he was informed that his parents were going to South Africa for a few months and leaving him with his mother's friend, who happened to be Ever's mother. Life just couldn't get stranger. Or could it?
Book 3. THE FOOL
Loki, alias Mercury Ryder, can be counted on for only one thing - unpredictability. Just because Loki had been 'good' for a thousand years didn't mean he could be trusted to carry out Freya's wishes on Earth. After all, he was the inventor of the 'long con'. There was also nothing in the cosmos that delighted him more than surprise; not the good kind.