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Tag Archives: hearts and thrones
Coming on September 8th, a new novella in the Hearts and Thrones series! Guardian’s Secret is a side story featuring Drusus, the imperial bodyguard from Healer’s Touch, who is now retired from the guard–and harboring a secret he’s kept for … Continue reading
For those following the adventures of the imperial family in Kjall, meet Marius! Marius believes himself to be an ordinary small-town apothecary—until the imperial guards show up at his door. Then he learns the truth: he is cousin to the … Continue reading
Here is Chapter One from the upcoming Healer’s Touch, book 4 of the Hearts and Thrones series, which will be out later this month. Enjoy! Chapter 1 Marius had never seen a carriage like this one. It sat before a … Continue reading
It’s here, the cover for Healer’s Touch! I love how this one turned out. This book will be out in late November. As to who the guy is on the cover, all I can tell you right now is that … Continue reading
It’s here! I know it’s April Fool’s Day, but no fooling on this one: Prince’s Fire is out today! The third book in my Hearts and Thrones series, Prince’s Fire features a mathematician heroine. Celeste wants to please her brother … Continue reading
Here it is, my brand-new cover for “Archer’s Sin,” a Hearts and Thrones novella coming out in January 2014! This cover turned out to be rather difficult to put together because, as it happens, there are hardly any good stock … Continue reading
Note: I originally posted this on the Epic Fantasy Romance blog. I’m reposting here so that those of you who don’t read that blog can see it. What do you imagine when you think of a strong heroine in fiction? … Continue reading