Mette Ivie Harrison
Mette Ivie Harrison is the author of MIRA, MIRROR (2004, Viking), THE PRINCESS AND THE HOUND (2007, HarperEos), THE PRINCESS AND THE BEAR (2009, HarperEos), THE PRINCESS AND THE SNOWBIRD (HarperTeen 2010) and the forthcoming TRIS AND IZZIE (Egmont, Octover 2011). She is a competitive triathlete and has a PhD in Germanic Languages and Literatures from Princeton University (1995). She has five children and lives in Layton, Utah. She enjoys knitting, crocheting, quilting, and is learning to play the piano as an adult. She loves Dr. Who, JMW Turner, Amish quilts, chocolate, and Jane Austen everything.
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This is a story about Kedor (Kellin's younger, ekhono brother) after The Rose Throne ends, and before the next book begins.
E for Ekhono
This is a story that happens while Duke Kellin is gone from The Rose Throne, so concurrent with the rest of the novel.
A prequel to The Rose Throne:
Available May 14, 2013
"Another great story from one of my favorite authors." Orson Scott Card
Young Prince Haikor faces a choice, to let his elder brother Aart who has no taweyr rule the kingdom, or to be as ruthless as his brother and take the crown for himself.
The Princess and the Wolf
King George and Queen Marit have lived sixteen years after the mysterious disappearance of their daughter Princess Ina. While they continue to look for her, they have adopted Dagmar as their heir and she is betrothed to Lord Morlieb, from a neighboring kingdom. But now animals have begun to attack humans and the tolerance that King George has gained for animal magickers and the kingdom is at risk.
Much Ado About Magic
Last year, Beatrice Hero was humiliated by Benedick Padua using a truth spell on her to admit her love for Pedro Arragon, who quickly rejected her in front of the entire high school. Now she overhears that Benedick is in love with her and has been for years. Is she more interested in love or revenge?
Saving the Moon
a short story collection, mostly contemporary fantasy, including A Candle at Midnight and an Open Door and Saving the Moon.
A traditional and contemporary fantasy (and one sf) short story collection with the theme of apprenticeship.
The Queen's Truth
A collection of short stories and a poem with a traditional fantasy theme, based on medieval Europe.
The Gift of the Demons
Nick is just a sixty year old janitor as far as Fallin is concerned, until she sees him defeat a demon. As more people at her high school begin to make bargains with demons, Fallin runs into Nick more and more often. Then she finds out that Nick has made his own bargain with a demon, and that the girl he loves doesn't know what he's given up for her. Fallin wants to help, but at what price?
An Ideal Boyfriend
Trudy comes from a family without luck, but when she tests lucky, she leaves her home and enrolls in St. James Academy for Luck, an exclusive school largely for children of old luck families. Out of place, she nonetheless becomes the girlfriend of Rob Chiltern, Student Body President. Everything should be great in her life until Rob's ex Laura appears and tries to blackmail him.
The Princess and the Horse
A companion story to The Princess and the Hound about Fierce, who is the hound daughter of Chala. Left behind when her mother becomes human, Fierce is rejected by her pack. When she is changed into a human herself, she wants only to be a hound again. Until she falls in love with a human.
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