A once-idyllic kind of world is cast into shadow when its boundaries are encroached upon by the ever-destructive mortal races. The only hope for the Enchanted World is to flee to their refuge, the island of Ilthen. Society grows slowly into chaos as the Elven Tribes work out boundaries and territory, and old grudges are rekindled. Meanwhile, Citrosine and her sister grow apart at a terrifying rate, as Tie questions life and love due to the recent disappearance of their mother, and Citrosine's dark magic takes hold of her. Citrosine must choose between light and dark, love and loss...and between an Elf predicting her death and a charming Shadow Elf whose uncle may be darker than he seems. Ilthen becomes chaos as lives are lost, family is alienated, the flow of time is altered, and innocence is stolen away.
When 15-year-old Ada Mason is invited with her friends to go to a supposedly enchanted island just off the California coast, what can she do but play along? She stopped believing in magic and miracles when her brother died of heart failure years before. Now, Ada starts having dreams and premonitions of haunting possibilities in a world she never thought was real, as one of her friends is plagued by seemingly nonexistent wraiths and an evil villain seeks revenge in Ilthen, the last place where magic can be found. When Ada begins hearing voices in her head that no one else can, she begins to rethink her ideas of what exists and what does not. Between the pages of Until We Meet Again are mysteries and memories, vows and scars, secrets and questions, sadness and laughter, and the rapid process of a maturing soul.