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Ashes Over Avalon Trilogy

Abigail Turner knew she wanted to be a superhero even before her flame powers developed. She honed her skills, aced community college, and became the sidekick to San Arbor’s number one hero, Volcanic. When she is fired for misconduct, however, furthering her career seems impossible.


Determined to don her cape at a different superhero company, Abigail knows she must get stronger and accepts a deal from an unlikely source.


Cinder, a similarly powered villain who has bested her at every encounter, offers to train her if Abigail owes him a favor: A way out of the city.


Falling in love wasn’t part of the deal.


As the line between good and evil blurs, Abigail must choose between her passion to do good and her love for a villain who is hiding much more behind his mask.


Wildfire offers an introspective look at the relationships and career complexities within a superhero society and the pursuit of one’s identity when the shadows of their past loom over their future.

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Being a superhero is pretty awesome.


Abigail Turner finally has everything she’s worked for: A successful career at The Hero Relief Center, San Arbor’s number one superhero company, equipped with a sidekick and corner office, and a movie-like fantasy home life with firefighter Thomas Sanders that she never thought possible when he was the villain, Cinder.


When an arsonist targets San Arbor, Abigail’s perfect life is in the cross hairs. On top of stopping this new threat, she must navigate a minefield of blackmail, unwanted advances, and an oppressive mayor who wants any excuse to undermine the superhero’s authority in the city.


For Abigail, catching the arsonist isn't just a job - it's personal. After fighting to distance herself from being a reckless hero, will she resort to her old ways to keep what she loves most safe? Her city, her career, her friendships could all go up in smoke if she fails. Unmasking the arsonist wouldn’t be difficult if all the signs didn’t point toward Thomas.

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