My new novella series A DJINN ROMANCE, is releasing regularly on Amazon!
Start the series here by reading part one for 99 cents for a limited time!
Read Part One of the second book in the series, Wolves At The Wall, here.
The city of Carnate is under siege by the Hji Empire. But inside and outside the walls of the city, life and love goes on. Young lovers and hardened generals, sorcerers and washing-women, live out their destinies under the shadow of war.
A smuggler on the rise questions who he can trust. Two sorcerers discover a dangerous secret. A librarian falls for a grieving princess.
But soon, a new force will rise to threaten them all.
Follow the forbidden, dangerous, passionate affairs in this fantasy action romance series, A Djinn Romance. Each novella tells the story of a two couples, set against the backdrop of the war.
My first novel, TURQUOISEBLOOD, is OUT NOW on Amazon! Pick up your copy here!
When the dangerous rogue dragon Anya crash lands in an isolated mountain village during a snowstorm, Kiri saves her life. Anya awakens seemingly cured of her madness and, in thanks, offers to show Kiri the country outside her village. Kiri seizes the opportunity.
At the royal court, Kiri learns that the construction of the Great Mountain Road has opened the way to dangerous magic. One has already been murdered because of it–and with the murderer still on the loose, Kiri realizes Anya may be the next target.
To protect Anya, Kiri begins her own search for the murderer, and for those seeking to profit by harvesting the magic in the mountains. To find the answers, she will have to follow the trail of Pristina Aikaterine, a long-vanished member of a league devoted to the hunting of magical creatures.
Meanwhile, 200 years in the past, Pristina races to prevent the rising civil war.
Jaffa from Jaffalogue says:
“In a word–brilliant. This novel deftly weaves 2 narratives of adopted albino women separated by 200 years…Each thread is its own political thriller touching on like locations and motivations across mountainous Rak.
Nothing about this premise should work. And yet it slays.”
Shotobhisha from Booksandblah writes:
“I enjoyed [Kiri and Anya’s] dynamic and their banter…Their relationship was very captivating.”