Most of us have packed schedules, commitments and a million things available to us when we need something to occupy what little free time we might have. Thank you for taking some of that valuable time to read MASTER OF CROWS. I hope you enjoyed the story and spending a few hours with Silhara, Martise, Gurn and the pungent Cael.
A few readers have asked me if I intend to write a sequel. While I have a sequel in mind, I was ambushed by another story shortly after completing MASTER OF CROWS.
Beauty and the Beast, with its layered themes of what is beautiful and what is beastly, is my all-time favorite fairytale. I’ve used this beloved trope as the framework for my newest book ENTREAT ME.
While romance is always the engine that powers the stories I write, I wanted this story to also express the theme of familial devotion. Told from the perspective of Louvaen, “Beauty’s” fierce, overprotective older sister and Ballard, the “Beast” tortured by his dead wife’s hatred, ENTREAT ME gave me the opportunity to create a world and characters driven by the strengths and flaws that make us all endearing, infuriating, implacable, vulnerable, and so very human.
I hope you’ll visit with Louvaen, Ballard and a sinister rose in the world of ENTREAT ME.
All the best,