Rebels of Adalonia
As Angela Highland, I write the Rebels of Adalonia high fantasy trilogy with Carina Press! The story in a nutshell:
An assassin liberates an enslaved half-elven healer whose power saves his life, and a knight of a holy order sworn to wipe out elven magic must pursue them both. But as the knight discovers his own elf blood, he is cast out of his order and must turn to the very fugitives he’s hunted to stay alive, regain the honor of his station, and learn the ancient truth behind his faith. With the aid of elven rebels seeking to free their scattered people from human domination, the trio unites to overcome the demons out of each of their pasts–and ultimately, the corruption at the heart of the Church that seeks to destroy them all.
The books in this series are not standalone works, and you should read each in sequence to get the full story. Click on the thumbnails, or their associated text links, for more info on each volume of the series!
The setting of the Rebels of Adalonia trilogy is less “sword and sorcery” and more “muskets and magic”. There are guns, the early stages of an industrial revolution, and a high degree of political and religious intrigue.
Fans of Doranna Durgin’s or Patricia Briggs’ high fantasy books, Alison Sinclair’s Darkborn trilogy, or C.L. Polk’s Kingston Cycle may enjoy these titles.
(Note also, for the sake of setting expectations correctly for potential readers: while my covers for this series have a paranormal romance sort of look to them, the series is high fantasy, not paranormal romance. I have nothing against paranormal romance, and enjoy reading it! It’s just not what I wrote for these books, and the cover design for the trilogy was not in my control.)
The Free Court of Seattle
As Angela Korra’ti, I write the Free Court of Seattle urban fantasy series–what I like to call my “music, magic, and computer geekery” books. Unlike the Rebels of Adalonia series, the books that appear in this series are standalones; you can read Bone Walker without having read Faerie Blood. (However, I do recommend reading them in order!)
These books are:
If you like the Toby Daye series by Seanan McGuire or the Keeper series by Tanya Huff, then you may also like Kendis’ adventures!
I have a small number of short stories available, and you can find out more about them on their page.
Works in Progress
I have quite a few works in progress, and you can read about those on the Works in Progress page.