Today my 7th book –a book I’ve spent 2 years writing, rewriting, and editing– is out in the world. You can now purchase the paperback or ebook on Amazon.
If you had told 12 year old me that I would have 7 (published) books by the age of 26 I wouldn’t have believed you. And I can honestly say to you that this book is my best one yet. I am so proud with how it turned out, and I’m excited for you to read Daphne’s POV for the first time –she’s a character that really grew on me while writing this story.
This is a strange and scary time to be releasing a book, but I think now more than ever we need books. We need an escape.
This book is special to me. And I hope it can be special to you too. This is the third installment in A Rose With Thorns series, and it’s my favorite one yet.
About the Book:
Every rose has its thorn. Every man has his mask.
Daphne Barlow barely escaped from Ninomay alive.
A twisted turn of events forces her to flee to Shadowland. With nowhere else to go, she finds herself living in a safehouse with mages who remain loyal to Stefan. Amongst the group is none other than her lover, Killian.
Killian is faced with choosing between duty and love. Meanwhile, Daphne uncovers deadly schemes and realizes the safehouse is anything but safe. How could she stay here another day, having witnessed unthinkable horrors?
Daphne’s only hope is escaping with Killian. Can he walk away from a lifetime of crime and still be the man she fell in love with?
In Ninomay, Clara and Lukas work together to deal with the aftermath of tragic events.
When Clara receives a mysterious letter, her worst fears come to light. The island is threatened again –this time with the return of white roses.
While the Council tries to handle the threat internally, rumors soon spread after Declan is attacked and falls ill.
Clara and Lukas’s investigation leads them back to Shadowland, an island far from home and filled with dangers. With death lingering nearby, can they find the rose culprit before another life is lost?
After a long debate, I’ve decided to take December off from writing. Nanowrimo was really difficult this year, and I could honestly use the break before I start on my next project.
Speaking of next projects, if you head over to my instagram today I’ll be revealing my next big project (there before anywhere else). I’ll post about it here as well hopefully in the next week.
In the meantime, this month I’m relaxing, though I might do some prep work for the re-release for Bloodline Inheritance. I’m hoping to release that either in January or February, so stayed tuned for the cover reveal –it’s had a huge glow up!
For now, that’s all. Enjoy your Sunday and here’s to a good release day!