Unstoppable Liv Beaufont Boxed Set One: The Rebellious Sister, The Uncooperative Warrior, The Defiant Magician, The Triumphant Daughter

Unstoppable Liv Beaufont Boxed Set One: The Rebellious Sister, The Uncooperative Warrior, The Defiant Magician, The Triumphant Daughter
Author
: Sarah Noffke, Michael Anderle
Publisher
: LMBPN Publishing
Pages
: 997
Category
: Fiction : General
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Olivia Beaufont likes fixing things and keeping to herself. Sheís simple like thatóbut her life is about to drastically change.

Liv is a rebel with royal blood who abdicated her birthright. A string of murders changes everything and the House of Seven asks her to take on a role as a Warrior, one of seven positions revered for protecting magic.

The Rebellious Sister:

Although Liv would rather stay out of the politics and conspiracies that she ran away from years ago, her family needs her. Itís only a twelve-year stint until her sister, the next in line, can take over.

So, whatís the harm in activating her magic and accepting her place as a Warrior?

Everything.

Justice hasnít been properly served by the House of Seven in a long time.

Not until now.


The Uncooperative Warrior:

The truth has been buried for so long, that only one person can uncover itó

someone who doesnít play by the rules.

Magic has been stolen. A giantís sword locked away. And no one questions the peculiar.

Except for Liv Beaufont. She downright rants about it.


The Defiant Magician:

When the Council suddenly starts assigning Liv Beaufont dangerous cases, sheís automatically suspicious. However, she isnít deterred when they assign her a case that no one would dare to go near. Even though Clark is worried for her, she wonít back down.

Liv is determined to prove that sheís a capable and strong Warrior.


The Triumphant Daughter:

Liv and Rory uncover the truth about a war between magicians and mortals. As Liv has long suspected, knowing the truth has gotten many killed. However, that doesnít deter her from digging deeper.

The secrets are big. Much bigger than she thought. And more importantly, theyíre dangerous.†

Is it worth it to risk everything in the name of justice? ?




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