Some things are better left unseen.
The kids at Haven have been waiting. Legend foretold the veil-seer would lead them to victory over their sworn enemy, Helm. With her arrival comes the shocking realization that she is the one thing they never expected: a mortal.
Verity didn't want the cornea transplant for her sixteenth birthday. She couldn't have imagined it would make her the veil-seer, a coveted weapon in an ancient feud. Now she's stuck trying to master her new powers, make friends, and stay alive. Having been saved by Helm too many times for comfort, Verity wonders which side she should be fighting for. The problem is something evil lurks in Haven, and the only thing it wants is for the new veil-seer to die.
Haven Awakening shows that turning sixteen isn't always sweet.
Some hearts are better left unmet.
Living in Helm is a new experience for Verity, she's the only female in a world of boys. Most of them embrace her as a potential friend, others long for her death, and one ... well, one she can't seem to pin down.
Her new possible boyfriend neglected to tell Verity there's an ancient prophecy that foretells the end of Helm's leader at the hands of the mortal veil-seer. A few of the boys fighting beside her feel the best way to keep Haydn alive is to make sure the veil-seer dies.
Verity barely survived her sixteenth birthday. Now she may not live to see her seventeenth.
Helm Abomination shows that finding the love of your life can come at too high a cost
Some hearts are better left unlived.
The war was over. Her siblings were lost, her allies and friends little more than bloody stains on the battlefield. The love of her life died in her arms. Such incalculable loss, and Verity herself was now a force beyond control, bringing death and destruction to all in her wake.
But something worse looms on the horizon.
In a foolish act of blind desperation, Verity’s enemy unleashed onto the world the worst evil ever known. And it plans to destroy the veil-seer and her friends. Faced with overwhelming odds, Verity discovers that sometimes the hardest part of being an adult is asking for help. But is it too late?
Gryffyn Phoenix completes the Haven trilogy with a ragtag group of survivors willing to do anything to save the world. Harbor Absolution is about friendship, family, and the sacrifices you make when all else is lost.