Suddenly Books – I’m in this for the long haul. I love, love, love the world that has been created here … The world building in this series is absolutely fantastic. —
The Wormhole – Creative, Imaginative, clever and well written! Well worth a read – be sure to check it out!!!
Stacey at Goodreads – I enjoyed the hell out of it. The writing is excellent, and the lack of clichéd expressions … refreshing … Definitely recommended.
Nominated for Best Romantic Science Fiction / Futuristic (2011) by The Romance Reviews
NOTE: THIS EDITION CONTAINS BLUE AMBER
A century after the events of Space Junque and Spiderwork , the new world has evolved. Kings rule the city-states with their sisters as loyal Counselors by their side. Durga still rules as Matriarch in Sanguibahd, now called Red City. Jordana is now the Emissary. The world hums along under the new order, and those who can’t, or won’t, fit in are dealt with harshly—for the greater good. All is well. But then, priests aren’t always informed of the gods’ plans.
When Mallory of Garrick Settlement 20 becomes a chalice in Red City, she leaves poverty behind for a pampered life of luxury and sensual pleasure. But when she’s marked with a prophetic firebird totem, she finds herself torn between the will of gods and the schemes of kings.
As a chalice, Mallory is forbidden to love, but when Edmund of Allel tries to save her, overwhelming emotions she can’t control could destroy everything she’s struggled to achieve ~ and bring down the entire new world order.
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Dystopia, dystopian, romance, post-apocalyptic fiction, fallen angels, fertility and matriarchy, urban fantasy