Trials and Tribulations

Life back at the Home had just settled back into some form of normalcy when Cole Dralliw is forced to return to Ilaeden with her friends and family.

She finds herself in Arête, a quiet Elven village ruled by an Elven Lord named Sylvan. Then the unthinkable happens, and Cole suddenly finds herself in the middle of a war. She finds herself put the test, both mentally and physically. More

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Language: British English
ISBN: 9781310466977
About Nicole Willard

Nicole spends what little time she has between housework, looking after a 3 year old toddler and a 9 month old baby, and caring for 2 dogs and cats to write her books.

She wrote "A Whole Load of Trouble" at the age of 15, while studying for her GCSE's (2006).
"Blackmail" was written nearly a year later (2007), followed closely by "Trials and Tribulations" 6 months later.
"War" was then written and published approximately 8 months later (2008).

"Once Bitten..." took the longest to write, taking approximately a year to finish, before finally being completed in 2009.
"Lovebite" appeared somewhere in between finishing "Once Bitten..." and starting "Twice Shy...", being completed by 2010.
"Twice Shy" was then completed shortly after.

Recent Additions: The most recent addition to the collection, is "The Temptress" (2016), which follows Sarah Lawson, a Succubus with a life-threatening problem, and Nikolai, a Vampire who can solve that problem.

Upcoming Books:
Currently Nicole is working on "Discovery", which follows an adventure by one of Cole's daughters (A Whole Load of Trouble, Blackmail, Trials and Tribulations, War) where she discovers that nothing is ever as it seems within a family.

P.S. All reviews are welcome and wanted. After all, how can she improve writing books to cater to all readers if nobody leaves feedback on what they thought of the books?

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