Her blood holds secrets.
For as long as Lorarelle can remember, she's hidden from the world. She's part human in a country of Shaede elves. It's the safe thing to do.
When her family moves to a human city on another continent, she hopes to settle into a life where she doesn't have to hide. A life with the friends and experiences she'd always been denied.
But Fate has more in mind for her.
Enea is a world wrought with killers, ancient creatures, and bitter gods, and they're all grappling to be on top. Tensions that have been building for centuries are finally reaching their apex, and Lora's in the middle of it all.
The elven goddess Merea has secretly worked on a plan for decades, a plan that requires Lora. Ancient rules keep Merea in place: if she helps, it gives the evil god Inan freedom to unleash the rest of his power and strike down entire races. Only a mortal can save Enea without causing mass chaos.
Can Lora do what a goddess dares not?
Lora is angry.
Banished and betrayed by a vengeful queen, her confidence is shattered. Now, she's stuck with an irritating new companion in search of answers that may not exist. What does it mean to be a Worldbender?
Elaith is tired.
With Lora away and Brullo back in Dragonclaw, spirits are low, demands are high, and her family is drifting apart.
Vena is grieving.
Essarae's gone, and Vena suspects the queen's involvement. When she finds a thread of evidence, no one can stop her investigation.
Merea's plan is in motion.
Secrets unravel and new ones form, but there are shadows in motion beyond the veil. With each passing dawn, Enea is turning upside down, and the truth will do what it always does: break free at any cost.
The third and final installment of the Worldbender Trilogy.