HARROW ETERNUS is an epic adult time travel fantasy—the first in an eponymous series.
Elizabeth Cain is on the run. After a devastating fight with her ex-boyfriend in which the windshield of his car is inexplicably shattered, Elizabeth leaves Michigan, feeling herself pulled to the quiet simplicity of Owlton, Oklahoma… or so she thinks. Lost in a sudden storm, she takes shelter in a cave in the woods, but it’s not the sanctuary she believes it to be, and she’s soon swept into a high-risk world of danger and intrigue when she encounters those who guard the hidden cave.
The Malveauxs—a reclusive family rebuilding their lives after being forced to flee England—have come to Oklahoma following the discovery of an assassination plot against their queen. The cave they guard houses a tunnel that connects the present world with Elizabethan England. Now the Malveauxs need help and an unknown face to spy on a traitorous advisor and stop the assassination. Having nothing tying her to the present, Elizabeth agrees to help the Malveauxs and their mysterious leader, Haeden. But as she starts to fall for Haeden and feels the tension of the lives at stake if the queen should be killed, she uncovers a lie—the real reason the Malveauxs need her help:
humans cannot travel through time.
In love with a man guarding the secret of what she really is, Elizabeth must surrender to her emotions and harness their power to save not only herself, but also the past, if she is to have any future.
Nox Eremite is the second book in the Harrow Eternus series.
After upending Retemyr Sixtus’s plans to alter history, Elizabeth and the Malveauxs find themselves in his crosshairs. They must leave Owlton and head for shelter as his men pursue them across the country.
The map that Mr. Bailey gave Elizabeth leads them to a tunnel in Detroit, but on their journey, a scuffle with Sixtus’s men ends in Ewen’s capture. The Malveauxs follow as the men disappear with Ewen through the tunnel that leads to another new, unknown world.
Eighteenth century Paris sets the stage for weeks of searching for Ewen until Elizabeth realizes that they’re living in the midst of the French Revolution. But before they can find him and escape the horrors of the massacres, Elizabeth is abducted and taken into Sixtus’s captivity.
The fight to get home and start planning to take Sixtus down is a brutal one, leaving Elizabeth’s future with Haeden uncertain, her friendship with Caleb in shambles, and confusion brimming from the way Merrax now looks at her.