Counsel of the Wicked

Matthias has spent his whole life on the edge of a very small world. The bastard child of a fallen woman, he's known nothing but judgment and hatred from the harsh, religious people of his enclave—except for Balthazar. The son and heir of the High Elder, Balthazar shows Matthias kindness, love... and desire. But when the High Elder discovers them, Matthias is sent to a prison called the School. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Dark
Published by Enspire Publishing
Words: 100,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781622342501
About Elizabeth A. Schechter

Elizabeth A. Schechter is a stay-at-home-mom who lives in Central Florida, where she enjoys seeing the looks on the faces of the other playgroup moms when she answers the question “What do you do?” by describing herself as a pervy fetish writer. Her first novel, Princes of Air, was published in 2011 by Circlet Press, and her second, a steampunk novel entitled House of the Sable Locks, is forthcoming.

About the Series: Rebel Mage
According to legend, the Others descended upon the human world a thousand years ago, erasing human science and civilization in a flood of fire and magic. After the Others retreated to the mountains, the Elders gathered the survivors together into Enclaves, uniting humanity with their magic and the strict religious rule of the Codex.

Of course, not everyone fell into line. Some defied the Enclaves, to live as rebels and bandits in the wilderness. Within the Enclaves, those who resisted the sacred authority of the Elders were sent away to the School, and never heard from again.

Matthias was sent to the School, but he did not quietly disappear. He came out of the School with magic and secrets the Elders feared, and his efforts to live free with the man he loves will shake the foundations of their world.

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