Author: Nina Walker

Category: Teen & Young Adult

Regular price: $9.99

Deal price: $0.99

Deal starts: May 11, 2019

Deal ends: May 11, 2019

Description:

What if color held the secrets to powerful magic?Forced to move into the palace, Jessa begins training as a Color Alchemist under the direction of the kingdom's most eligible bachelor, Prince Lucas. As an alchemist, Jessa must capture and harness the color of living things. Every color has a unique purpose, except red. Red is the untapped magic no one can access—until Jessa.Prince Lucas is running out of time. His mother is nearing death and the healing magic isn't working. When Lucas suspects someone is using alchemy to control her, he sets out to discover the truth, even if it means uncovering Jessa's secrets in the process.The Color Alchemist Boxset offers you entry into this unique young adult romantic fantasy series for an incredible price. With four books, over 360k words and 1,200 pages, this boxset won't disappoint. Join us in this fresh dystopian world where a Victorian flair meets the dynamic magic of color. PRISM (Book One) has snagged these Kindle sales tags since its release:#1 Bestseller in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction and Dystopian#1 Bestseller in Teen & Young Adult Visionary and Metaphysical#1 Bestseller in Teen & Young Adult Witches and Wizards#1 Bestseller in Children’s Fantasy and Magic (Canada)#1 Bestseller in Children’s Literature and Fiction (Canada)Download the series readers have compared to The Selection, The Hunger Games, and Red Queen!"I didn’t collect secrets. I only had one. One little, messy mistake I’d kept buried in the back of my mind for months. Now, I felt the danger of its existence as I stared into the eyes of the person whose job it was to dig up those secrets. She would inch around it, gentle at first, before she’d rip it out by the roots. Then the intruder would take it away, and I would go with it.    “Do you know why we’re here?” the royal officer asked. Her glare locked me in. I shook my head, knowing the lie had to be seamless.    The officers had come with their questions on the worst possible morning. Every minute of this day should have been spent preparing for the most anticipated ballet performance of my life. Not this. Anything but this.     I wanted nothing to do with magic."