Running with Nthanda and uncovering a plot to destroy both Nthanda and Ru’s long-lost family?
Not normal at all.
Just meant Ru had to kick ass and fight for his future. And that the future might be brighter than Ru ever expected.
Always providing he and Nthanda survived long enough to have a future together.
Duty to Nthanda, his cousin. To the Ceelen who expected him to lead if Nthanda fell.
Someone had targeted the Ceelen for destruction.
Only one person could help Jing discover them: Iman Hogarth, conman, genius and the most beautiful man Jing had ever met.
If Iman would help.
Jing’s only hope was to convince Iman that he was worth risking Iman’s life.
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Just like Ysan’s life.
One slim thread of hope remained for the world. If Ysan and his friends could muster the courage to sacrifice themselves, time would unwind and a new path could be found.
One which prevented the Soul of the World from crumbling to dust, taking all life with it.
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Finally! I’ve been meaning to get these up for over a month for one of them. Three new novels, two for a new romance series set in one of my oldest, until now, unpublished universes. *happy dance*
Believe it or not, I’ve got another Drath novel in final edits and I’m writing the fourth right now. This verse has hit in a very big way. So much fun!
And then Crumbling of the Soul is a standalone novel set in a completely new ‘verse that… well. It’s different. It has time travel and soul bonds and epic fantasy adventure except that I kind of deconstructed all three. Oh, and there’s group minds and meddling gods who may not actually be gods and yeah, as always for me, a happy ending. Odd story that consumed my mind as I wrote it. I kind of sit and stare at it now, wondering where exactly it came from.
Hope you enjoy if you choose to read!