"I love how Devri's writing draws me into the book right away. She created characters that I could love, and facilitated my investment in finding out what would happen to them next." --Amazon Reviewer "I found this book because of a Facebook advertisement, downloaded a sample, and couldn't stop reading. Highly recommend for anyone who likes fantasy, action, and a little romance." --Amazon Reviewer "Today I picked up the newest book from author Devri Walls, The Wizard's Heir. And I found myself riveted. Once again thirsting for the words on the page. I plopped myself in my chair and escaped to a place full of magic, action, and hope. A place that quickly had me falling in love with everything." --Amazon Reviewer "Loved it. Could not put it down. OMG this book was amazing. I have read the Solus series which was fantastic and I never thought it could possibly be topped but this standalone book definitely topped it." --Google Play Reviewer
Tybolt's a Deviant, a hated race immune to direct magic in a world where Wizards ensure survival. But when he loses his entire family to a spell-made storm he joins an elite group of Wizard hunters, organized beneath the new non-magic wielding king.
Now eighteen, he spends his days capturing Wizards. But the nights are his, reserved to feed the starving villagers of Eriroc under cover of dark. There's always more people in need than he can help, and one of these days he's going to hang for theft from the royal kitchens.
Although Tybolt and his fierce partner, Auriela, have imprisoned many Wizards, the one partially responsible for the storm that killed Tybolt's family is still out there: Alistair. When an old informant claims to have information regarding their elusive prey, everything changes.
In a cruel twist, Tybolt realizes he isn't who he thought he was at all. How can he save himself, the people, and those he loves while keeping his secrets safe? Can he hide his true nature and allow the corrupt king to remain on the throne?
Or will he have to unveil himself and risk possible execution to save them all?