Blood Mercy portrays occasional medieval fantasy violence, an emotionally abusive father, and conversations about attempted sexual assault.
In particular, the main character has difficult encounters with her father in “The Cloak,” “Change of Plans,” and “Day of Mourning.”
“The Way of Things” is an emotional, but not graphic chapter in which one woman confides in another that a man tried to assault her.
The novel confronts these topics to show women supporting each other, healing from trauma, and seeking justice.
Blood Solace portrays some medieval fantasy violence, an emotionally abusive parent, and conversations about attempted sexual assault.
In particular, in “Blizzard Wraiths” (48 Nights Until Winter Solstice), villains make verbal threats regarding sexual violence. “Battle Scars” (47 Nights Until Winter Solstice) shows women confiding in each other, without graphic detail, about past close calls with sexual predators.
The novel confronts these topics to show women supporting each other, finding courage, and fighting back.
Blood Sanctuary Part Two
Blood Sanctuary Part Two includes some fantasy violence, but also themes that are tragically real for many people, including suicidal thoughts and peer abuse.
In particular, “Hypnos’s Brink” and “Crossing the Veil” (12 Nights Until Winter Solstice) are an emotional, but not graphic portrayal of characters intervening to prevent a loved one’s death by suicide. “The Greatest Mage” (Festival of Sanctuary) includes graphic bullying and shows one character supporting another who is experiencing suicidal thoughts.
Blood Union Part One
Blood Union Part One portrays a character healing from her father’s emotional abuse. She confronts painful emotions and memories, including a traumatic flashback in “Friends in High Places” (69 Days Until Notian Spring Equinox).
Blood Union Part Two
Blood Union Part Two portrays fantasy violence and characters healing from trauma. The heroine experiences flashbacks of her father’s emotional abuse in “Ancestors” (53 Days Until Notian Winter Solstice). “The Cassia Grove” (51 Days Until Notian Winter Solstice) mentions pregnancy loss.
Blood Price portrays medieval fantasy violence, death, and mental health struggles with grief, including references to terminal illness. Chapter Ten discusses women’s fertility and miscarriage.