Queen of the Fae (Book Two in the Fae Unbound Series) is right on track for an early March release. To the left is the rough artwork for the cover, courtesy of my fabulous cover designer (and treasured friend), Peter Dahl-Collins.
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVE NOT FINISHED BOOK ONE (MAGIC UNBOUND). DO *NOT* READ MORE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO RISK KNOWING TOO MUCH ABOUT THE ENDING OF THE FIRST ONE!
I’M WARNING YOU! REALLY, DON’T DO IT!
I apologize for the shouting. If you’re still reading after all of that, here’s a peek at what goes on in Queen of the Fae:
One month after Fae Day, Lizbet faces down tough times as she tries to adapt to being half-fae. More than anything she just wants to go back to being a normal girl.
Although she doesn’t know it yet, she’ll soon be fighting a battle with the fae Queen for control over her own body. Tanji, James, and Eamon team up to help her, but in the end it’s going to take everything she’s got to take her life back.
Tanji, James, Thomas, and Bobby all have larger roles in the second book, and the second book is longer than the first one. I’m really excited about Tanji playing a bigger part. She’s my personal favorite character: you can expect her to be even more important in the third book.
You’ll also meet elves, gnomes, wisps, and a dryad before the story is through, and all of the newly half-fae characters jump right in getting up to speed with what their magic can do. From healing potions to control over the elements, magic has definitely been unbound!
That’s it for now.