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About Leigh Roberts
When Leigh Roberts is not caught up in the fantasy world of Etera with Adia, Khon'Tor, Acaraho, Oh’Dar, and Nadiwani, she is enjoying the beauty of the rural area in which she lives with her husband and several spoiled Pomeranians.
An avid reader since early childhood, she grew up on superhero comics, science fiction stories (Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov), and television shows like The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, and Star Trek.
Star Trek had a huge influence on her thinking and taught her the infinite possibilities of imagination—and how to split infinitives. Spoiler alert: you may find a Klingon word or phrase dropped in here or there, or a blatant, unapologetic recreation of a famous Star Trek TOS scene!
She hopes that through her writing, awareness of Sasquatch will spread, ultimately providing protection should they be proven to exist.
She loves being an author, and her heart’s desire is to be writing for a long, long time to come. Following Series One: Wrak-Ayya The Age of Shadows, will come Wrak-Wavara The Age of Darkness and then Wrak-Ashwea The Age of Light.
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A promise kept. A mother’s woe.
A child and yet not a child. A Guardian and yet something more. An’Kru’s presence at the High Rocks will soon pull so much energy from the vortex that the rebel Mothoc will discover his existence. For his and the Peoples’ protection, and to begin his training, Pan returns to take An’Kru and his brother, Nootau, to Lulnomia.
But despite the reassurances she has received that An’Kru will be safe, Adia exacts a further promise from the Guardian.
A promise that will in time, come with a terrible price.
Will her compassionate act doom them all?
The People lived in peace for countless generations, hidden from the Outsiders—heartless and destructive humans who are unaware of the People's underground communities.
But the People’s existence is thrown into jeopardy when Adia, a young Healer, stumbles upon a horrific scene. Her enemies lay recently massacred—all except for one tiny, defenseless infant. Unable to deny her compassionate heart, she makes the fateful decision to break sacred law and take the infant back to her home to raise him as her own. When the Leader finds out what she has done, he takes her compassionate act as an affront to his authority—and a threat to the People's welfare.
Hated by her chieftain's mate for reasons she does not understand, Adia faces the biggest battle of her life as she struggles to make a place for the forbidden Outsider child.
She was prepared for him to be angry. She was prepared for him to punish her. But she was not prepared for Khon'Tor's Wrath.
◆◆2021 Reader's Favorite Book Reviews Epic Fantasy Silver Award Winner ◆◆
Khon’Tor’s Wrath is the first book in Series One: Wrak-Ayya: The Age of Shadows. Readers will find this story to be one of universal appeal. This is a story about the search for everything we hold dear—love, belonging, justice, truth.
So prepare yourself for an emotional ride as you experience this ancient, hidden, cave-dwelling peoples' struggles and triumphs in this refreshing new series by Leigh Roberts. Then continue the adventure with Series Two: The Age of Darkness.
What Readers Are Saying:
★★★★★ I absolutely loved this book. The entire premise is very original, and the characters engaged me from the very first page and pulled me completely into the story line. Each chapter leaves the reader wanting more, to know what happens next in this captivating story of overlapping but vastly different cultures. The description of the community makes the reader 'see' the entire area in their mind. Adia is someone we can all relate to and root for, and I hope she emerges victorious in the end. I can't wait to see what happens next in this moving and intriguing series.
★★★★★ One of the best books I have ever read—the story line is amazing. You think you know what is going to happen next and then you find out you were wrong. It keeps you so involved that you feel sorry for the Healer and some others and you don't want to stop reading. This book definitely held my interest. The author has a great imagination. Her way of writing is more than great, it is brilliant.
★★★★★ Leigh Roberts is a phenomenal writer who knows how to write an entertaining story. Robert’s words are instantly charming and endearing and will compel you to turn the pages at an alarming rate thanks to the phenomenal characterization of Adia and the fast-paced story which is impeccably developed…the story of Khon’Tor’s Wrath is quite simply gold and will shine, and dazzle as you read it as it is a pure joy to read.
Sometimes, going back is the only way to move forward…
Moart’Tor’s world is shaken when he learns there are more of the Ancients still alive than he and the others at the rebel camp called Zuenerth could have imagined. But his great joy at finding a thriving community of Mothoc is tempered by his sadness that his family cannot join him while they are consumed by their hatred of the Akassa and the Sassen.
As the brotherhood between the Akassa, the Sassen, and the Brothers deepens, the tensions between the Brothers and the Waschini escalate, and Ned learns the hard way that good will is not always reciprocated.
Like a river that, despite its winding path, eventually makes its way home to the sea, so the Order of Functions reunites those separated by time and space - whether they are prepared for it or not - in Reunion.
Reunion is the first book in Series Three of The Etera Chronicles. The second book in Series Three is Bloodlines and is available on pre-order.
Readers can find Series One and Series Two by searching The Etera Chronicles or visiting Leigh Roberts’ Amazon author page. Enter a world few can imagine exists.
A lone figure of unimaginable size, with silver-white hair glistening in the sun, makes its way across Etera’s verdant hills and valleys—to what destination? And why? It falls to the Guardian, Pan, to determine if this stranger comes as friend or foe, but to do so she must face a part of her past she put far behind her.
Oh’Dar. The lost grandson of Grayson Stone Morgan the First and heir to the Morgan fortune. Rescued from certain death by the People’s Healer, Adia, and raised among the People of the High Rocks as one of their own. Life-walker to Chief Is’Taqa’s first daughter. He is about to face his biggest challenge yet.
When the Waschini persecution of the Brothers escalates, Oh’Dar is faced with an impossible dilemma. How to save those he loves without also betraying those who have placed their trust in him to keep their existence a secret? Time is running out and only he can decide where his highest loyalty lies—when he stands at the Crossroads.
Crossroads is the final book in Series One of The Etera Chronicles. But the story continues with Series Two and Series Three. The first book in Series Two is The Age of Darkness. Then after you have ready Series Two - get ready for Series Three. The first book in Series Three is Reunion.
Hope returns to the hearts of the People with the arrival of An’Kru, the Promised One, prophesied to usher in the Wrak-Ashwea, the Age of Light. But amid the joy, the Healer realizes she must once again face the challenge of raising an offspring with an uncertain future.
Oh’Dar is still tormented by having to live in two worlds, and inspired by Acise, thinks the unthinkable. And Pajackok, still shamed by Acise’s rejection of him, commits a heinous crime that could crush Chief Is’Taqa and his family—forever.
Pan, the Last of the Mothoc Guardians, finally appears to Adia and teaches her more about the nature of the One-Who-Is-Three and reveals the true connection between the People, the Waschini, and the Brothers.
But the breath of the Great Spirit, the Aezaitera, the continual presence of the life force entering and exiting Etera’s realm, will not be denied.
As new lives start out, other lives are brought to a close. For change is the nature of life and calls on each to find the strength and courage to face Endings and Beginnings.
Book Ten Endings and Beginnings is the tenth book in the original new series by Leigh Roberts.
What If...the Healer Adia has survived it all; the wrath of the Leader Khon'Tor, the injustice of the People's High Council, her forbidden longing for the High Protector Acaraho.
But will a final wrong push her over the edge? Breaking the resolve that has carried her silence over the years? The resolve to protect, at her own expense, the people she loves?
Wisdom says there is a time to wield the sword and a time to lay it down. Which will it be, when Adia holds The Healer's Blade?
The Sarnonn Leader, Haan, battles as his community at Kayerm splits over his decision to open Kthama Minor, sealed by the ancients thousands of years ago—the birthplace of Wrak-Wavara, the Age of Darkness.
Meanwhile, at Kthama itself, the promise of new life brings joy to the People, but the Healer’s heart is burdened by a premonition of tragedy.
The growing tension between Khon’Tor and his son finally reaches a breaking point. Denied his heritage as heir to the leadership of the People of the High Rocks, Akar’Tor devises a plan to exact a terrible price for his father’s refusal to give him what he wants.
Having returned to Shadow Ridge to resume his life there, Oh’Dar comes close to revealing his mysterious past. And while he finally realizes where his heart truly lies, has he lost his chance for happiness in his delay?
Heartbreak, conflict, and joy all vie for the reader’s attention in The Edge of The Age.
You don't want to miss Book Seven in the engaging series Wrak-Ayya: The Age of Shadows, part of The Etera Chronicles.
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Pajackok and Snana return to the Brothers' village, unnerved by the Waschini riders entering their camp, carrying threats of taking the land on which the Brothers depend. Oh’Dar also returns from his journey to Shadow Ridge to find Acise pregnant with their child, and continues his quest to weave the remnants of his multiple pasts into one future.
Asked by Grayson Stone Morgan III to render help to the Webbs, Newell Storgis, the Morgan’s attorney, sets out for Wilde Edge and makes a startling discovery. One that sets him on a mission fueled by questionable motives and with an indeterminate outcome.
Fulfilling a promise made by the High Council, Khon’Tor sets out from the Far High Hills with several of Harak’Sar’s men to try to discover the fate of U’Kail, the missing offspring abducted by Berak.
Worlds rent apart by the sins of the past are brought together at the hand of Pan, the last of the Mothoc Guardians. The Mothoc, the Sarnonn, the People, and the Brothers must now join forces to offset the negative currents set in motion by the Hue’Mahns before they bring about the total destruction of Etera and all her creatures. Encouraged by the prophecy of The Promised One, they stand united—on The Edge of Hope.
What if...under the protective care of the Healer, the only mother he has ever known, the Outsider child is now a young man who desires above all to belong. But Oh’Dar is not of the People. And Oh’Dar is not of the Brothers.
The blood of brutal Outsiders runs through his veins.
What If…tormented, he leaves the safety of Kthama to search for his roots—leaving behind the only family and the only world he has ever known.
Seeking the Outsiders as he sets out on Oh’Dar’s Quest.
WARNING: This series contains violence and sexual situations. If those offend you please do not buy this book.
She thought the worst was over. She was wrong.
What if...recovering from the chieftan's punishment for her defiance, the Healer moves forward raising the Outsider child as best she can. When unforeseen consequences of Khon'Tor's wrath materialize, Adia turns to the People's High Council for help.
But instead of receiving mercy and wisdom, she is forced to make a terrible choice—one no woman should ever have to make.
Struggling under the cruelty of the High Council's judgment, only the presence of the People's High Protector, Acaraho, brings her any comfort.
But the fire that warms, also burns.
Forbidden to mate, she prepares to live a life of unsatisfied longing for the compelling, virile, man she has fallen in love with. But can she live with her choice? Or will she set aside a Healer's calling to fulfill a woman's dream?
A dream she surrendered long ago, when she accepted The Healer's Mantle.
WARNING: This series contains violence and sexual situations. If those offend you please do not buy this book.
Long-held beliefs about their origin, their true relationship with the Sarnonn, and the role of the Ancients are shattered by voices from the past.
As Adia deals with the Sarnonn sickness which has spread throughout Kthama, tension builds as Khon'Tor's son demands his place as heir to the leadership of High Rocks.
Time is running out, and the High Council must soon decide the course of the People or face inevitable extinction. But will the Sarnonn prove to be their salvation—or their downfall?
Everything is at risk, as Adia and her people grapple with the sins of the past and the specters of impossible choices...in Revelation.
Revelation is the sixth book in the series Wrak-Ayya: The Age of Shadows, also known as The Etera Chronicles. Books seven, eight, and nine will be released yet in 2020.
Dark clouds are forming. The Sarnonn rebels, seduced by Hakani's stories of the comparative ease of life at High Rocks, eye Kthama with jealousy.
Akar's abduction of Tehya continues to haunt her, affecting her health and Khon'Tor vows to end the problem of his estranged son once and for all.
Meanwhile, crimes from the past, long concealed, are now revealed before the High Council with devastating consequences.
Wisdom says there is a time to wield the sword and a time to lay it down. The time has finally come for debts to be paid, in Retribution.
Retribution is the ninth book in the series The Etera Chronicles. Series One will be followed by Series Two and Three in the continuing saga of The People; their tumultous past and their uncertain future.