Love, rage, lust and blissfully sweet romance fuel this non-stop, edge-of-your-seat fantasy that blends a medieval dystopian future with the supernatural world of angels and demons.
I just had to share this extraordinary review of Clandestine -Book two of my Dystopian Fantasy The Mercy Series….
The year is 2446. Tzadkiel, Archangel of Mercy, has somehow found the one merciful person left on Earth. His job is mostly complete with Lourdes at his side. Nothing but his conscious stands between him and releasing the Final Horseman from his waiting place.
First, though, he needs to find a place to keep Lourdes safe. As love begins to blossom in the French countryside, the twisted Savauge clings to their trails, intent on finding them and keeping Lourdes all to himself. Blinded by lust and rage, he’ll go to any length to get his hands on her.
All three of them will be pushed to the very edge, and there may be no coming back.
Before I dive into my actual review, I want to say how THANKFUL I am to Cynthia Morgan, who so gracefully gave me a free copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest…
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Exhilarating and distinctively bewitching, The Good Witch of the South will whisk you off to a place you THINK you know for a journey that is as fresh and unforgettable as the classic from which it’s spun.
. #Dystopian #Fantasy #BookoftheYear #Winner 3 Times over The Mercy Series is #GOT meets #LesMiserables and #Gunslinger How much will an Archangel sacrifice to find one person? FREE http://mybook.to/misericorde
. 😊 Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman is #17 in Poetry about nature. Whispers in Verse...#38. 😲 I am Blessed and Truly Thankful ❣
Alien meets The Arrival, with a hint of The Expanse, the Milijun Series holds as much promise as the coalition it characterizes. I could easily be drawn into a NetFlix Mini Series!
Because I've been working hard developing the story of my WIP The Mercy Series, I thought I would share the preface of book three...which prefaces the entire series, really. I hope you'll find it intriguing!
CROWMAN is inspired by the Native American myths about the sun being kept in a box and freed by the crow. Once I started to think about what such a world would look like, the book began to form in my head.
I can honestly say I've never read a book about grammar that incorporates spirituality and mindfulness, the psychology behind the fear of death, and how we think about sex....until now.