I didn’t want to say anything until I had enough solid chapters to make it official, but I’m launching a new fairy tale shifter series next year! YAY! The series is called Fairy Tales of the Magicorum and the first book is about Bryar Rose (aka Sleeping Beauty) and it’s called Wolves & Roses.
Here’s the back cover copy… pre-orders will be live soon! I was going to wait to tell you all but I have no self control 🙂 And in case you were wondering, this additional series won’t affect my releases for Beholder (Spring and Fall) or Angelbound (Thrax in the Fall). I just really-really-really want to quit my day job 🙂
Description: Wolves & Roses
Fairy Tales of the Magicorum, Book One
Seventeen-year-old Bryar Rose has a problem. She’s descended from one of the three magical races: namely shifters, fairies, or witches. That makes her one of the Magicorum, and Magicorum follow a fairy tale life template. In Bryar’s case, that template should be Sleeping Beauty.
“Should” being the key word in that sentence.
Trouble is, Bryar is nowhere near the sleeping beauty life template. Not even close. She doesn’t like birds or woodland creatures. She can’t sing. And she certainly can’t stand Prince Philpot, the so-called “His Highness of Hedge Funds” that her aunties want her to marry. Even worse, Bryar’s having recurring dreams of a bad boy hottie and is obsessed with finding papyri from ancient Egypt. What’s up with that?
All Bryar wants is to attend a regular high school with normal humans and forget all about shifters, fairies, witches, and the curse that Colonel Mallory the Magnificent placed on her. And she might be able to do just that–if only she can just keep her head down until her eighteenth birthday when the spell that’s ruined her life goes buh-bye.
But that plan gets turned upside down when Bryar Rose meets Knox, the bad boy who’s literally from her dreams. Knox is a powerful werewolf, and his presence in her life changes everything, and not just because he makes her knees turn into Jell-O. If Bryar can’t figure out who—or what—she really is, it might cost both her and Knox their lives… as well as jeopardize the very nature of magic itself.