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July 25, 2018 at 06:00 PM UTC

Can. Not. Wait!!!!

Arletta Miller

July 24, 2018 at 01:39 AM UTC

I echo all the anticipation and excitement already expressed. I can’t wait to read this one. At first I thought it would Yvrea and Benjimir. I’m so excited to read about Gwendafyn and Benjimir. This should be good! :0 🙂


July 23, 2018 at 08:48 AM UTC

No, I don’t want to wait! I love that description of Gwendafyn. I’m eagerly awaiting the arrival of Royal Magic!


July 22, 2018 at 08:59 AM UTC

Yes! Yes! Yes!…
News of the century…
Can’t wait till 27th
Gwen sure looks like a sassy heroine
Wish time would move faster


July 22, 2018 at 08:24 AM UTC

Can’t wait!!! Can’t wait!!! Can’t wait!!!
Thank you for a wonderful book, in advance!!!

Elizabeth Davis

July 22, 2018 at 03:01 AM UTC

Can’t wait to read it! 😄 The cover looks great, too!


July 22, 2018 at 01:32 AM UTC

Ooooohhh, niiiiice. The premise very, very definitely has me intrigued and SUPER excited. 8D

Royal Magic on Preorder

Wonderful news, Champions! Royal Magic–the long awaited stand alone sequel story to Red Rope of Fate–is now available for preorder. (Click here for the American store and here for the UK store!) It’s launching July 27th!

Royal Magic book

Gwendafyn is slowly suffocating.

As the second princess of the elves of Lessa she is the acting regent of her people and is expected to behave with the serene grace and poise of a model elf. But that is not who she is.  Instead, her very character is constantly criticized as being too passionate, too fiery, and overall “too much”.

The former Crown Prince of the human country of Calnor, Benjimir’s disinheritance has permanently altered his future and place in court. It gets worse. He is forced to watch as the woman he has secretly loved his whole life narrows down her marriage prospects. He may ordinarily revel in his own ruthlessness, but this feels like his heart is dying.

Gwendafyn is given a chance to flee the role that has ensnared her when she realizes there is one escape that not even her family traditions can prevent: marriage to a human from Calnor. But with most humans and elves unable to speak the same language, her options are limited. She starts to lose hope when the human translators only see her title and treat her with fear and awe.

Yet there is one other human who can speak the language of the elves: the scorned Prince Benjimir.

But Gwendafyn isn’t that desperate.

At least not yet.

It starts as a marriage of convenience and an opportunity to strengthen the bond between their two peoples. But what if it could become something more?

I can’t wait for this story to launch! I hope you guys enjoy it–it’s been a long time in coming. Until next time, thanks for reading!

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