Return to Partholon in book 2 of this fan-favorite series by #1 New York Times bestselling fantasy author P.C. Cast. After being mistaken for a goddess in the mythic world of Partholon, Shannon Parker now adores her new life. Everything—particularly all the goddess worshipping—is going great…until she's wrenched back to Oklahoma. Desperate to return to the husband and world she loves, but without any magic of her own, she's got to find help. Trouble is, it might take the form of a too-tempting man. And Shannon soon realizes she's being followed by an ancient evil… Sometimes being divine by mistake is a lot easier than being divine by choice. Originally published in 2006
Get swept back to Partholon in this fan-favorite series by #1 New York Times bestselling fantasy author P.C. Cast. The most excitement Shannon Parker expected on vacation was a little shopping. But her latest purchase, an antique vase, flings her into Partholon…where she's treated like a goddess. Somehow Shannon has taken on another's role in another world. And while there's an upside—who doesn't love lots of pampering?—it also comes with a ritual marriage to a centaur and the threat of war against an army of pure evil. Oh, and everyone hates her because they think she's her double. Shannon needs to figure out how to get back to Oklahoma without being killed, getting married to a horse or losing her mind… Originally published in 2001
Get swept back to Partholon in book 3 of this fan-favorite series by New York Times bestselling fantasy author P.C. Cast. Morrigan Parker’s birth was truly magical, but she was raised as a normal girl in Oklahoma. Now coming of age and discovering the truth of her heritage, her rage and grief take on a power of their own, carrying her back to the world of Partholon. Yet, instead of being respected as the daughter of the Goddess Incarnate, Morrigan feels like a shunned outsider. In her desperation to belong, surrounded by forces she can’t fully understand or control, Morrigan will have to choose her path carefully… Originally published in 2007
Revisit the world of Partholon in book 4 of the fantasy series by New York Times bestselling author P.C. Cast. Marked by the Goddess, Elphame is revered by her people but feels restless and isolated. She’s drawn to far-off Castle MacCallan to seek her destiny. She intends to restore the castle to its former glory. Once there with her team, she finds that the remnants of a great evil are not entirely dead, and they will have to fight to save themselves. Originally published in 2004
An encounter with an antique vase transports Oklahoma teacher Shannon Parker to Partholon, where she assumes another's role as the incarnation of the goddess Epona, which involves ritual marriage to a centaur, threats against her new people, and dealing with everyone's dislike of her double.
Return to the world of Partholon in book 4 of the fan-favorite fantasy series by New York Times bestselling author P.C. Cast. Rather than follow her family’s restrictive rules, Brighid chose to set out on her own to make friends with humans as well as centaurs. And now, while helping guide home a grieving man, Brighid finds herself beginning to care for him. An emotion forbidden by her clan. To add to her troubles, a great power has awoken within Brighid. Just as she’s torn between taking up a force she never expected and a love she’s afraid to admit to, Brighid receives a vision of a tragedy that might destroy everyone she’s ever cared about… Originally published in 2005
DIVINE BEGINNINGS Rediscover the origins of the Partholon stories in this prequel novella by #1 New York Times bestselling fantasy author P.C. Cast. Something isn’t right at Guardian Castle, and Aine can’t figure out what. As Healer, she’s supposed to be making things better, but there’s a darkness that can’t be brightened. And then Aine finds an injured Fomorian—winged, dark, blood-thirsty and inherently evil. Or is he? Because there’s something about Tegan that Aine can’t resist...and once they’ve shared blood, Aine realizes that everything she’s always believed is going to be cast aside... Originally published in 2009