Carrier of the Mark
A move to Ireland is about to introduce Megan to her destiny, her real destiny, can she embrace it and will she survive it?
A tragedy in Megan’s past set her on a predetermined course. A chain of events has been set in motion that brings Megan to Kinsale, a small town in the south of Ireland where her destiny awaits her. Her life starts to fall into place as she makes new friends and settles into her new school. However, the reclusive and distant Adam DeRís calls to her body and soul.
She finds herself increasingly drawn to Adam and his strange family. Adam knows a secret from her past and he and his family hold the key to her future. A future that binds her to Adam and his world, a world of power, mystery and ancient orders. A world that, unbeknownst to her, she very much belongs in.
Roxane Edouard manages the translation rights for Carrier of the Mark
The audio rights are handled by Liz Farrell.
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With its page-turning pacing, tension is high and readers will want to read future episodes.
This electrifying debut novel sizzles with unbridled romance, a unique supernatural hook, and a breathtaking Irish Setting, and will entice fans of the Need series by Carrie Jones and the House of Night series by P.C. and Kristin Cast.
Bewitching debut teen fiction from Inkpop sensation—dark magic, prophecies and irresistible romance collide in this beguiling read.
Carrier of the Mark is thrilling, fresh and achingly romantic. It will have you up late at night, devouring the lives of Megan and Adam, leaving you wanting more and more. Jennifer L Armentrout
It's a great read with a fast-moving plot, wonderful characters, and amazing descriptions. Leigh has written a sweepingly beautiful story that will enthrall readers and leave them in awe and wanting more. D.J. Smyter
One of the best paranormal romances I have read in a long time. Fallon manages to provide, not only a new location and country setting, but a different kind of paranormal aspect. Chanelle Gray
Warning: beware of an overuse of adjectives and adverbs. I just loved the book so much! Kris Summers
I found myself crushing on Rian, Adam's hot older brother. Gah, I loved him! The angst, the torture within....mmm.... HOT. Which is funny because... WAIT. I shall say no more—zips my lips.
The Writing Dancer
Leigh Fallon has created a magical story with Carrier of the Mark and that's not just because there is magic involved. It"s because it's just that good. Kelley Vitollo
Excellent tension. Fun humor. Leigh Fallon has the "it" factor—the ability to make life spring from the page. As soon as I finished, I couldn't decide whether to start over or just savor the story ... anything to stay in the world a bit longer. I'm already in line for her next book! Morgan Shamy
I gobbled up Carrier of the Mark in twenty-four hours, and felt warmly satisfied at the outcome. So many first novels leave readers on an extreme cliff-hanger with too many loose ends and no sense of closure. Carrier does not do that to you; however, there are just enough unanswered questions to make you want to read the sequel. Wendy Higgins
I'm kind of a "want to see cool powers, good characters, a lot of butt kicking, and a good story" kind of reader. This book did not disappoint. It gave me a bit of everything I like in a book. Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon is a perfect example of why so many adults are reading young adult urban fantasy these days. It's just a good book.
Combine prophecy, amulets, and a secret society and you have the makings of a fine paranormal romance.
School Library Journal
An engaging story
First-time novelist Fallon has blended a unique tale of magic, folklore, friendship, and sweet romance into a tantalizing mystery with a modicum of danger.