Champions: at fire's end
The Champions series book 1
Seventeen-year-old best friends, April and Kyle, are thrown into the final battle of the Titan and Olympian war. Locked into an endless struggle, the Immortals have finally reached a solution - bestow mortal Champions with control over the elements to wage their final campaign.
Bestowed with control over fire and water, April and Kyle were raised by Immortals with a single purpose - win the war. After finally uncovering the remaining Champions' identities, April and Kyle must launch themselves into their final battle for survival. Winner takes all. But the Immortals are growing restless, and time is running out.
The Champions series is a Young Adult fantasy series that follows seventeen-year-old best friends April and Kyle as they are thrown into the final battle of the Titan and Olympian war.
The Olympians and Titans have been at war for control over the world and each other since time began. However, neither group can claim victory because none among their number can die and imprisonment has been found to offer only a fleeting solution. The single point on which the Immortals agree is that they need a way to decide which group wins, so that both groups can agree once and for all who should rule for the rest of eternity. And their war would end. In a combined effort that took years to forge, the Titans and Olympians have created and sent out magical Flames – red, blue, yellow, and green – that will give four human teenagers Immortal-like powers, based on control over the elements.
Champions: at fire’s end begins after the Immortals have left their battlefield and forged an uneasy truce that sees each group send forth a pair of champions to contest the war amongst themselves. The difference – their champions are mortal and can therefore bring a definitive end to their struggle. Whichever pair of champions defeat the others first claims victory for the Immortal faction that they represent.
Champions: amid ember's betrayal
The Champions series book 2
The Champions are ready to take their final stand. Bestowed with power over the elements, four mortals represent the last hope to once and for all draw an end to war between Titans and Olympians. But the end has taken too long.
A pair of powerful Immortals descend on Caria – a town already reeling from too much destruction – laser focused on wiping our Champions from the board and taking victory for themselves. Together, our Champions must combat the Immortals before Caria crumbles, and decide the war before the moment slips through their fingers.
Champions: under fractured brilliance
The Champions series book 3
Kyle and April seek an object that will turn the tide of their battle.
But, in the aftermath of our Champions’ most recent struggle, fractures appear in the Immortal world and Caria begins to fall apart. In their search for quick fixes and final solutions, the Champions must strike up tenuous partnerships with the Immortals in a chain of events that is unknowingly setting them on a collision course with an old foe, a new nemesis, and the King and Queen of the Underworld.
Their adventure takes our Champions into the heart of the Underworld to attempt exploits that were never meant to be within their grasp, but that are the only thing standing between another dawn and oblivion.
Champions: finding War's resolution
The Champions series book 0.5
The Immortal Olympian Ares is living a quiet life within the peace forged by a shaky truce between the Titans and Olympians. However, when his decision to rescue the mortal he has fallen in love with reveals his true identity, his actions launch a series of events that devastate the town of Caria and destroy the fragile Immortal truce. Catapulted back into their eternal struggle, Ares must decide – take arms once more against the Titans, or stand with the mortals he has risked everything for.
Set one hundred and fifty years before Champions Book One, Champions: Finding War’s resolution shows the events that ignited the current feud in which April Fall and her fellow mortal champions now find themselves.