Last week wasn’t an easy one for various and sundry reasons BUT I did get a giant ray of sunshine. On Tuesday, my awesomely wonderful editor at EC emailed me to say she’d love to contract the sequel to One Knight Only. It was a totally craptastic day so I was super happy to get the news. Made it all better. I’m not sure what the release date is yet, but I’ve signed the contract and put it in the mail and sent over my cover art request.
Only For A Knight will feature the two Fae characters, Derron and Elyne. I wrote this the bulk of this book on my lunch hour, sitting in the restaurant of the building hammering away on my HP Mini. I’m very pleased with the story and really excited it’ll be published soon.
Here’s the blurb:
The Sword of Light is missing. Innocent Fae nobles are slaughtered. And now someone wants the queen’s—and Princess Elyne’s—head.
After saving her love from certain death, Princess Elyne returns to the Otherworld by order of her mother, Queen Maeve. But it’s not the homecoming she expects. The queen is furious she has been meddling with humans and imprisons her, stripping away her magic. The only way Elyne can get her powers back is to perform one selfless act.
When Queen Maeve sends Sir Derron to find the Guardian of the ancient Sword of Light, one of the Four Treasures of the Otherworld, he can’t leave without releasing Elyne. After all, she altered time to save his life in the human world. But freeing the princess comes with a steep price—he must take her with him on this dangerous quest.
Their search becomes much more than a pursuit for the missing Guardian. Dark Elf, Lord Kieran, rises to dominate the Unseelie court. He will stop at nothing to gain control of both the Otherworld and the human realm—he’s murdering Guardians and stealing the sacred Treasures of the Fae. Even with the help of Elves, dragons, and their human friends, the odds are stacked against Derron and Elyne.
Can they stop Lord Kieran before he slays the queen and tears down the walls of the Otherworld?