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Updated February 11, 2020.

Chalice by Robin McKinley

Standalone.
Other Genres: young adult

A beekeeper is chosen as second in all the demesne during a time of complete upheaval. Along with the new Master, who is called to fire and no longer fully human, Marisol has to keep the Willowlands together. 

The Divine Cities by Robert Jackson Bennett

Complete series with 3 novels.
Other Genres: urban fantasy, alternative history, fantasy, mythology
Review Status: Complete

In a world where terrifying, capricious gods once walked the earth, enslaving and brutalizing millions, three unforgettable protagonists struggle to come to terms with the mysteries these divinities left behind— and to make sure these cruel masters do not rise again.

The Faerie Wars Chronicles by Herbie Brennan

Complete series with 5 novels.
Other Genres: young adult, juvenile 
Review Status: Complete

Henry Atherton is a normal boy with a normal life – until one day it all goes spinning out of control. Then he meets Pyrgus Malvae, heir to the Purple throne in the Faerie realm. An heir that needs his help. With dark faeries and demons attacking the throne at all sides, Henry and Pyrgus will get up to a lot of trouble.

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Ongoing series with 8 books, and a short story collection with one spinoff series.
Other genres: fantasy, romance, time travel
Spinoff: Lord John Grey
Review Status: Continuing

Princess series by Jim C. Hines

Complete series with 4 novels.
Other Genres: fairy tale
Review Status: Complete

See the happily ever after. Danielle Whiteshore, also known as Cinderella by others and Cinderwench by her family, is living her happily ever after. Then her husband is kidnapped. Two of her husband’s mother’s maids, one once known as Sleeping Beauty and the other Snow White, aid Danielle in getting him back. Then Danielle joins the Queen’s ranks.

Wayward Children by Seanan McGuire

Ongoing series with 4 novellas
Genres: urban fantasy, portal fantasy, young adult
Review Status: Continuing

Under certain conditions, childrens can slip through the cracks of the world, through the shadows and through doorways into lands that are at once magical and fearful. Where they go is Home. And sometimes they come back. That is what Miss Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children is for. To create a place for children who must cope with just wanting to go home. 

The Witch King by Nancy Holland

(3 ½ stars). Ongoing series with 2 novels.
Other Genres: romance, fantasy romance, paranormal romance
Review Status: Continuing

A world spent by perpetual war, leading to wandering tribes of people. Thalgor hopes for more, he wants to build a town. Erwyn is a witch, and Thalgor will use Erwyn to help his people, in any way he can. Neither anticipate falling in love.

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