“Evander’s School for Enchanted Personage is a school like no other. When a new year of pupils enter the front doors, principal Hirum Evander just knows that nothing will ever be the same again.

Through learning about each other, finding themselves and a whole lot of trouble, the kids have more to worry about than magical homework. Romance, adventure and chaos lay before them and it will take unity, compassion and acceptance of their new community of creatures for them to survive their first year of school.”

Book Two of The Evander’s School for Enchanted Personage Trilogy: The Oceans of Faith

One danger. One dream-walk. And one big mystery that could kill them all.

When things start going haywire at Evander’s School for Enchanted Personage, Riley is the first to suffer the consequences. His two soul mates Spike and Payson must try to figure out what is going wrong and who is creating chaos around vulnerable students.

But when secrets are revealed and truths are discovered, their faith in what they know and who they trust, will be shattered.


“So, what have you two been getting up to while I was sleeping?” he wondered, looking between them as he pondered the thought. They were so close, sharing sneaky smiles and looks that gave him hope.

“Nothing all that important,” Spike grinned, winking at Payson, as if they were keeping a great big secret. Then he stretched his foot out and gave his Vampire’s hip a nudge. “Someone was getting their flirt on,” he teased.

Riley laughed, surprised but happy to hear that. He wanted them to get along better, for Payson to feel more open about expressing their relationship with each other. “Maybe I should sleep more often,” he retaliated, playfully.

“Don’t bother,” Spike objected, giving his arm a whack for good measure.

Riley laughed and found himself being tackled from both sides. Payson kissed the back of his neck, while Spike kissed his lips. If his brain wasn’t so frazzled, he might have done something about it.



Book Three of The Evander’s School for Enchanted Personage Trilogy: The Storm of Shadows

One secret society. One-who-is-eight. And one last chance.

The final installment of the Evander’s School for Enchanted Personage trilogy.

As events come to a head, Riley is put under more pressure than he ever imagined possible. Battling a secret society, The Dagger of Enchanted Justice, seems like a walk in the park compared to their newest battle: a double assault from family members, that will break more than one heart.

The children of Evander’s school must fight together, for the right to live and love how they choose, or face a darkness that will corrupt them all.

The fate of their world rests on the shoulders of a sixteen-year-old child.

Sending what word was coming next, Riley put his hand over Spike’s big mouth and glared at him. “No bad words!” he reminded him.

Maybe he was being a prude or maybe he was just sensitive, but there was enough bad blood in the school, without them calling each other names and actually meaning it.

The faint smile of approval from Felicity made him feel better, until Spike licked the palm of his hand.

“Ew!” Riley laughed, as he pulled his hand away and rubbed it on his jeans. “You’re supposed to be the nice one,” he reminded him.

Payson choked on his next sip and stared, in shock, over their boyfriend’s plate. “What does that make me?” he asked.

The entire table erupted in laughter, the mood lightened by his objection to being the bad boy. But he was. And Riley loved him for it.

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Elaine White is the author of multi-genre romance, covering everything from paranormal, crime and contemporary. Growing up in a small town and fighting cancer in her early teens taught her that life is short and dreams should be pursued. Living vicariously through her independent, and often hellion characters, she lives comfortably at home with a pack of wolves cleverly disguised as one standard poodle.

The Winner of two Watty Awards – Collector’s Dream (An Unpredictable Life) and Hidden Gem (Faithfully) – and an Honourable Mention in 2016’s Rainbow Awards (A Royal Craving) she has explored the worlds of multiple genres but remains a romantic at heart. A self-professed geek, Elaine has fallen in love with reading and writing LGBT romance, offering diversity in both genre and character within her stories.

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