The Lost Keepers Series by AR Colbert

The Lost Keepers Series by AR Colbert (1-4, 10-11)
Requirements: epub/azw3/mobi reader, 681 KB
Overview: AR Colbert is a wife, mother of two, and life-long daydreamer from central Oklahoma. She believes in the magic of a good story and would love nothing more than to spend the rest of her days getting lost in books. Her other hobbies include baking, cheering on the Oklahoma State Cowboys, and obsessively scrolling through Zillow.
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy

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1. Ancient History – Atlantis. Middle Earth. A city in the sky. It all sounds crazy, right? That’s what they want the world to believe.
My first eighteen years on earth have been the most boring in the history of the planet, but that’s all about to change. I just found out my mom has been keeping a secret from me. A big one. Like, she’s a powerful immortal being kind of big.
Now she’s gone, and I’m left without answers to some very basic questions. Who am I? Who is my father? And why are ancient relics responding to me?
Most importantly, where is my mom? It looks like I may have the rest of eternity to figure it out, as long as the hunters don’t collect my soul first. Or what’s left of my soul, anyway.

2. The Unseen – My mother is missing, and I suspect foul play. The only clue I have is an ancient stone tablet that nobody can read. And to make matters worse—I broke it.
I’ve learned that I’m a descendant from Atlantis… sort of. And that I’m immortal… maybe. Probably. A little bit, anyway. Honestly, the more I learn about the secret world of the Keepers, the more confused I become.
Thankfully, my friend Sean has connections in this new immortal world I’ve discovered, so we go to see a seer. But what do you say to a seer who can’t see?
And how will I ever get anything done when I’m glamoured at every turn by unfairly good-looking Agarthians who are only after my fractured soul?
I’ve got to figure out what the tablet says, and I’ll take any help I can get.

3. The Apothecary – Dark magic, fractured souls, mystery, and mayhem. New York does not disappoint when it comes to adventure.
There’s a new Agarthian hunter in town, and I can’t shake the feeling that he suspects me of a crime I didn’t commit. I don’t even know how to practice dark magic. Not yet, anyway. But you know hunters—always blaming the fractured souls.
I tried to avoid him. I tried to distance myself from the case he’s investigating. But I might be the only one with the answer he needs. I just have to get him to trust me first.

4. In Pursuit – The hunters are deadly.
I know that now more than ever, after watching them extract another man’s soul. I mean, he had it coming, but that doesn’t make it any easier to accept.
And I’ll be next unless I can find my mom and have her reveal the truth about my past. With Agarthians charming me around every corner, I don’t have much time until they find a reason to end me.
I can try to work with the new professor of Ancient Languages to interpret the tablet. Or, I can try to take matters into my own hands. But do I dare play with fire?
What if dark magic is the only way?

10. The Center of the Earth – A non-soulmate, a fiery lake, and a hidden world at the center of the earth. What could go wrong?
I may have found the one who “ignites my heart,” but that only leaves me with more questions than answers. And this magnificent power coursing through my veins is cool and all, but can it really help me do the impossible?
We’re about to find out.

11. Lies in Olympus – The pieces are finally falling into place, and the tablet is nearly complete. But without the full prophecy, I’m still lost.
I have to leave the one who ignites my heart, and face my greatest enemy. He claims to have the answers I seek, but can I trust him?
The people of the world are counting on me. I can’t let them down.

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