My latest Fantasy Romance fairy tale, installment #3 of The Brother’s Keep novella series, published by Soul Mate Publishing, released today. I want to
reveal that this particular title, Tree Lord's Oracle, happens to be one of my favorites in this series—straight from the depth of my heart and imagination, directly to you. I hope you enjoy Arekel’s story of her growing love for a soul snatcher she was sent to destroy.
The official blurb:
Arekel becomes the chosen of her world to stop the Tree Lord menace from expanding his domain of Deadwood. Embarking on the fretful task, the young maiden learns that she alone holds the key to destroying the Tree Lord’s malevolent heart. There’s just one other problem. She’s fallen in love with him.
Now available through Amazon.
I like change. I like to try new things. Often in life, I heed the advice of respected advisors, following many counseled moves. This is golden! Sometimes though, I want to explore all on my own with blinders to the
peripheral world. Where I can reflect alone, move untouched, and survey
uninterrupted. Some of what I thought of as little trinkets along those paths of discovery proved valuable nuggets of treasure—even those that have
challenged greatly. One never knows what is beyond until your feet take you
there; one step after the other with an unremitting focus on what’s straight
ahead. We live. We learn. We gain wisdom.
I have the wonderful opportunity to extend to you a promotional offer via Amazon and my publisher, Soul Mate Publishing. Today and tomorrow, May 8-9, my latest fantasy romance, Sea God’s Siren, is FREE, that’s right—FREE! See the link below to receive a complimentary copy. Happy midweek, happy reading!
Sea God's Siren - Amazon
In the romance genre, heroes and heroines when first they meet can be disappointed, later impressed – or never disappointed at all and the natural conflict arises from some outside circumstance. Any false expectations end well. You might identify somehow with a character and think at some point, I wish I had what she/he had. Isn’t that human nature? The belief that every person has a soul mate is a supreme concept. In romance books, soul mates are often established. And there’s always a happy ending. I like those happy endings.