Novels published as part of the Unseen trilogy.
|"The Burning"||#1||Nancy Holder & Jeff Mariotte||May 01, 2001|
|It’s summertime in Sunnydale, and Salma de la Navidad, a friend of Buffy’s from Sunnydale High, needs help. She and her family immigrated to America, and now she fears her brother, in an attempt to gain social acceptance, has stumbled into supernatural gang warfare. To make matters worse, an unknown creature has been doing a little night stalking. Buffy is certain that this new demonic presence has its roots in L.A. — Angel’s turf. So with the help of the Slayerettes, she heads off to battle demons — both actual and personal.|
|"Door to Alternity"||#2||Nancy Holder & Jeff Mariotte||June 26, 2001|
|Part two of the three-volume crossover series featuring Buffy and Angel. In Los Angeles, the pair compare notes and realize that both are dealing with cases of missing teenagers, most of them children of rich and powerful parents. Coincidence? Or is there something more sinister at work?|
|"Long Way Home"||#3||Nancy Holder & Jeff Mariotte||August 28, 2001|
|Buffy and Angel find themselves launched into a frightening reality where fierce dragons and other fairy-tale monstrosities rule supreme. Once they locate each other, they rally the missing teens — including Salma — and attempt to make their way through the interdimensional portal back to Sunnydale. Little do they know that two unlikely allies have also come through to alternity: Spike and the rogue Slayer, Faith, both with their own respective — and complicated — MOs.|
Novels published as individual stories.
|File:Seven.crows.jpg||"Seven Crows"||John Vornholt||July 07, 2003|
|Somewhere on the border between Mexico and Arizona lies a town where Riley Finn and his wife Samantha have been assigned to work. Their mission is to track down recent deaths in the desert area, as there’s a chance there might be some supernatural occurrence in relation to the deaths. But when they decide to call in reinforcements, they didn’t realize that they’d be calling in backup from two different sources; Sunnydale and Los Angeles. Buffy and Angel join the married couple on their investigation and the unlikely team of Sam and Angel begins to make Riley rethink their team in the first place. Riley also notices the increase in crows in the area, possible portents from a poem he remembers from long ago…|
|File:Monster Island (Buffy-Angel Novel).jpg||"Monster Island"||Christopher Golden & Thomas E. Sniegoski||March 01, 2003|
|Since he arrived in Los Angeles, Angel’s mission has been to help the helpless. He has saved countless innocents in his city. However, one escaped his grasp: Doyle, the half-demon who came to Angel on a vision quest. Doyle sacrificed himself and in turn reconciled his internal conflict toward his own demonic heritage, leaving Angel and Cordelia to carry on with the good fight. And fight they do. But as the group squares off against evil in the City of Angels, little do they know that back in Sunnydale, trouble is brewing. A shakedown of snitches yields info: Someone other than Buffy has been slaying — and whoever it is, he or she is strictly after half-breeds, going so far as to lie in wait to attack. It doesn’t add up, and the Scoobies are stumped. But back in L.A. the picture becomes clearer when Angel Investigations is visited by an unexpected guest…|
|File:BuffyCursed.jpg||"Cursed"||Mel Odom||November 11, 2003|
|Sulking around the Slayer in Sunnydale, the vampire Spike has often run into demons intent on punishing him for throwing in with the White Hats. But when there are hints of a more organized campaign dedicated to vanquishing the vampire with a chip in his head, Spike sets off on the trail of whoever’s put a hit out on him. Meanwhile, in the City of Angels, the vampire with a soul finds that the search for a mystical object is tied to his days as the vicious Angelus. Then Spike — his former partner in carnage — arrives in L.A. Each nursing a grudge, and with the specter of Buffy in both of their (cold, dead) hearts, the two vampires reluctantly work together… until their torturous past catches up with them!|
|File:Heat (Buffy-Angel Novel).jpg||"Heat"||Nancy Holder||June 29, 2004|
|Buffy and Angel both battle the same ancient evil, a Possessor who was once Qin, First Emperor of China. As a Possessor, Qin’s body loses its temperature fast and he is forced to jump from body to body through the ages, rendering him immortal. In present day Sunnydale and Los Angeles, Qin is attempting to usher in the Year of the Hot Devil and drive humans out of his dimension by resurrecting an ancient dragon frozen in ice from centuries before.|