For anyone who likes dragon shifters, epic fantasy, and crazy action, here’s some more from TEARS OF DEVOTION. Book 1 (Land of Gods) is now in audiobook, so I want to share some of this one – probably my favorite book written to date.
The sun hit the grass of the cascading hillsides in front of Lome as he approached the village walls. Shadows stretched over the bricks, concealing the cracks and crevices in the path.
From the top of a hill, Lome saw the village rising up along the mountain behind the walls. He could barely tell where the buildings stopped and the mountain rock began.
Warm air emitted from the walls like a blanket cast from the mountain to cover the earth below. Lome stopped to figure a way into the village, only then seeing the archers’ turrets and at least one pair of eyes staring down at him from above. A great drawbridge was pulled up, forming a flat surface with its cut rock supports. His instincts told him the walls should be centuries old, but they seemed pristine to the eye. Lome looked over it all with a hesitant thought to his past, a memory never there but never gone, from some other life perhaps. (more…)
I went for a new cover all – thoughts? This is for Hounds of Light, book 2 in the Cursed Night series, a spinoff of sorts from the Bringer of Light trilogy (all loosely connected in the Eternal Light saga, in case you didn’t know).
Since this book focuses more on the magic, I thought this more appropriate. And Christian (of Covers by Christian) did an amazing job. Thanks, Christian!
HOUNDS OF LIGHT
Katherine is all that stands against a secret order of vampires and an army of werewolves.
From author of the bestseller Reclaiming Honor books (A Kurtherian Gambit series), with Michael Anderle
The werewolf army’s power has spread far and wide, and a new enemy arrives using dark magic. Katherine has no choice but to rely on her new half-vampire friend to uncover the new enemy’s hideout and stop him and the other vampires from seeking control over all remaining werewolves.
It’s a battle of epic proportions, but Katherine finds new allies on the side of light and honor.
Will her new friends come through for her when she needs them? Can Katherine stand up to a new order of werewolves and their would-be enslavers?
Unfortunately for her enemies, she refuses to surrender, and her friends got her back. There’s no middle ground here, simply victory and world-peace, or utter destruction.