Series: Champion of the Sidhe

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End of the World by S. A. Archerbook 1
Champion of the Fey (Champion of the Sidhe, #2) by S. A. Archerbook 2
Defender of Magic (Champion of the Sidhe, #3) by S. A. Archerbook 3
Protector of the Light (Champion of the Sidhe, #4) by S. Ravynheartbook 4
Keeper of Secrets (Champion of the Sidhe #5) by S. A. Archerbook 5

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Series description

The Champion of the Sidhe series follows Lugh. As a proud and noble Seelie, he is positive that the Collapse of the fey realm known as the Mounds was caused by the treacherous slaying of the Sidhe All-Mother. Without his home realm to recharge his magic, Lugh, and all the fey who were connected to the magic of the Mounds, are beginning to Fade. As Lugh is coping with the loss of his people, he learns of a way that the magic might be restored, but he is Fading faster each time he used his magic and there are predators hunting the blood and magic of the Sidhe.

The Champion of the Sidhe series is one of three companion series that run concurrently. Each series presents a unique viewpoint on the urban fantasy world of The Sidhe. The three companion series are
Champion of the Sidhe,
Rise of the Unseelie,
and Touched.


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