Gypsies is available now from Total e-Bound. Click here to check it out. It’s the first book in a new trilogy called The Beasor Chronicles, and will also be available in print. 🙂
Here’s the blurb:
Book one in The Beasor Chronicles Series
Will the unconditional love of his best friend be enough to help heal Percy after almost being broken mentally and physically?
On Beasor, being a Gypsy gives Percy almost god—like status. His power over nature and animals could allow him to make a good living exploiting people, but he chooses to live with his best friend, Alden, over Alden’s pub in Catalai, the capital of Beasor. Percy loves Alden, but has never been able to tell Alden, afraid the truth would ruin their friendship.
In a fit of jealousy one night, Percy travels through the universes to Earth, and finds himself captured by two humans. As a magical Beasor, silk binds him to their will and Percy finds himself close to breaking in every way as the humans drain his magic.
When Alden rescues Percy, the best friends finally admit to their love, but Percy needs help to replenish his magic and find a way to ease the memories of his captivity. With Alden supporting him every step of the way, Percy fights to heal and become the Gypsy he was once.
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series
Angel’s Evolution was re-released on Friday by MLR Press. Click here to check it out. I missed announcing it last week. Sorry about that.
Here’s the blurb:
I’m a monster, but with one kiss, he changes everything I believe.
I’m a monster and I’m imprisoned in a world I hate and fear. As heir to my father’s title, I’m expected to marry, but my secret desires may keep me from fulfilling those expectations. One night, a stranger kisses me. In his touch, I see the possibility of a life beyond my prison. My name? Just call me Angel and this is my evolution.
Thank you for all your support. I’m hoping to get back on track today and get the next installment of Threadbare Gypsy Souls done as well. 🙂
Hope you all had a great weekend.
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