Friday, April 3, 2015

TWO NEW RELEASES!

Sexy paranormal romance set in the world of King Arthur!

Books 1 and 2 in the new ARTHURIAN HEARTS series are out now.

Both books may be read independently, but Book 2, QUEEN'S HEART ($2.99), does continue the story of one of the fae introduced in Book 1, HEARTSONG (99 cents).

Note: These books do have an element of M/F/M ménage in them. Probably not enough to satisfy true fans of ménage but possibly more than some readers might be comfortable with. If this isn't an element you're comfortable with, then these books probably won't be ones you'll enjoy.

QUEEN'S HEART is available on Amazon only (and free to read via Kindle Unlimited), although Book 1, HEARTSONG, is also in the SHIFTERS AFTER DARK box set, which is widely available.

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HEARTSONG : ARTHURIAN HEARTS - BOOK 1
 
In the time of King Arthur, the greed of men as they spread across the British Isles is driving out the magic of the fae. Brinn is one of the fair folk, betrothed to the son of Herne, Leader of The Wild Hunt. By night, in her Gabriel Hound form, Brinn runs with her pack, wreaking justice on those who desecrate the land.
 
Alain and Pellinore, under orders from their father, King Pellam, attempt to negotiate a peace among the march lords stalking the borderlands of Listeneise. When they unwittingly thrall an injured Brinn, she knows only one thing can free her: the blood of her captors.
 
But freedom may not be so easily won as the three of them form a grudging bond that soon turns intimate. Love should be easy, but The Wild Hunt wants Brinn back, the Questing Beast wants Pel, and Alain wants the impossible—to keep them both at his side.

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QUEEN'S HEART: ARTHURIAN HEARTS - BOOK 2
 
As if Yseult's life weren't complicated enough...
 
The mysterious harper with the sculpted body of a god that she heals of a poisoned wound is actually a nephew of King Mark of Cornwall. He's the renowned knight, Tristan, and he harbors a dark and deadly secret.

When Yseult's father gives her to the aging King Mark in a marriage of convenience, a love spell meant to ease her heart goes awry, bonding her and Tristan instead.

Meanwhile, one of the fae -- a shifter who runs with The Wild Hunt -- has been cursed to live as a man until he can capture the heart of a human queen. Falling helplessly in love with Yseult, he becomes Tristan's greatest friend -- and greatest rival.

Caught between the despair of the king she's married to, the knight who's sworn to her, and the fae who will have her at any cost, is Yseult destined to lose no matter which man wins?