Waterspell

Waterspell Book 1: The Warlock
Series: Waterspell, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 116,780. Language: English. Originally Published: November 13, 2011 by Seven Rivers Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
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Drawn into the schemes of an angry wizard, lost traveler Carin must decipher the words of an alien book, follow the clues in a bewitched poem, conjure a dragon from a pool of magic—and tread carefully around a tortured, emotionally scarred sorcerer who can't seem to decide whether to love her or kill her. "The Warlock" is Book 1 of a four-book series.
Waterspell Book 2: The Wysard
Series: Waterspell. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 133,600. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2011 by Seven Rivers Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
After blundering into the last stronghold of magic, Carin discovers that she is right to fear the wizard Verek. He is using her to seal the ruptures in the void, and she may be nothing more to him than an expendable weapon. But will Lord Verek find it in his heart to dispose of his fiery water-sylph? Book 2 of a series. The story begins with Waterspell Book 1: The Warlock.
Waterspell Book 3: The Wisewoman
Series: Waterspell. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 115,310. Language: English. Published: March 2, 2012 by Seven Rivers Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Plague and pestilence have come to Ladrehdin. In this third book of Waterspell, Carin and Verek set out to put right everything that has gone so wrong. On the final leg of their quest, they retrace Carin's journey north from the plains—accompanied this time by the village wisewoman, Megella, whose "old stories" reveal how the actions of the Ancients menace every life on this world, and beyond.
Waterspell Book 4: The Witch
Series: Waterspell. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 92,170. Language: English. Published: February 18, 2022 by Seven Rivers Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
In the House of Verek, it's five years later. The waters are troubled. Memories are darkening. If the story is to end “happily ever after” for Carin and Verek, old demons must be laid to rest. Readers of the Waterspell series will welcome this long-awaited Book 4 for the answers it provides to questions raised in volumes 1 through 3, not least: Did Carin's conjured dragon kill the necromancer?