Sun’s Guard: Ten (Book 1)
Caley Boletto wishes the worst problem she had was the unicorn in her grandmother’s barn. But no. Moonshine’s colt, Sunny, has decided in his baby-mind that Caley is perfect for his new best friend and Guard for his vulnerable first year of life. Despite her aggressive and prickly nature, though, the thought of violence makes Caley queasy and the sight of blood makes her downright ill. She’s a vegetarian, for God’s sake!
But little Sunny’s magic is a beacon for everything that goes bump in the night. The goblins are after him and Caley’s all he has to keep him safe…and alive.
This was supposed to be an easy few months spent at her grandmother’s ranch before her important 18th birthday. Then she could finally stop bouncing between relatives and live with her beloved cousin, Bree. All she had to do was not make waves and try not to poke at the past that hurts all of them. She’s even starting to make friends, even if she really wishes Ryan would take a hint that she isn’t interested in boys–she really isn’t interested in anybody.
Now she has more burdens to add to her growing list of secrets. If she could lie, this would be a lot easier.
Sun’s Guard: Page (Book 2)
After dealing with the goblins and a few other pests that have popped up since Sunny, the baby unicorn, chose her for his Guard, Caley finally has some basic defense training under her belt…sorta. If she could get that pesky defense mechanism under control before she accidentally takes someone’s head off, she’d feel better about it.
But there isn’t time for finagling as something new is sniffing around her protections for Sunny. This time the enemy is a lot smarter than the goblins were. It isn’t coming after her directly, and instead seems to understand the mechanics of a pronged-attack. What could it be? Caley is going to have to rely on her friends for help, though that’s going to be tricky with split loyalties.
To make matters even worse, Aunt Claire has decided she wants to try custody. Again. Caley can’t leave now! Even if she could, it definitely wouldn’t be with her pushiest, least favorite aunt. She’s going to have to work together with Granny Kay to out manuever the socialite. And why does she want to avoid looking into Caley’s parents’ divorce…?
Sun’s Guard: Knight (Book 3)
Goblins, witches, and various other beasts and magic type beings have been poking around Sunny, the baby unicorn, but as his Guard, Caley has protected him well. Despite his father being a total grump about everything and anything, and her own inability to lie. So of course something is going to go wrong somewhere. At least it doesn’t involve Caley’s messy family situation, for once.
The school has put Coach White in charge of keeping an eye on Caley. And his brilliant idea is to get her involved in the school dance team. Only problem? Caley has already managed to upset the acting captain of the team, Kristine Farrow, who is already out for blood because of Caley almost ending up on the Homecoming Court (not that Caley cared).
It all seems like petty, high school teen drama on the surface, but Caley realizes quickly that something else is going on as accidents and pranks start to pop up during Spirit Week. All of them focusing on making it seem like she’s the one behind it, and sending her reputation spiraling. Have the enemy decided to eliminate a cornerstone of Sunny’s defense by manipulating the social scene? Caley wishes it would be as easy as hitting something with a sword…