Cover Reveal: Court of the Phantom Queen

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COURT OF THE PHANTOM QUEEN

LOVERS AND LIARS: IMMORTAL WARS, #1

For centuries, the House of Zeus has reigned over some of the world’s largest, most powerful civilizations. First with the Greeks, next with the Romans and their conquered foes. Fueled by their worship, the old Hellenic gods remained unchallenged and supreme for centuries. Now, in the fourth century of the new world order, goddess Athena has discovered a growing enemy: the fanatical Cult of One.

As sanctions arise for pagan worshipers across the Roman empire, Athena decides to unite all the godly pantheons of the human world. Her vision: a council of rational, reasonable representatives from each house to come together and combat their common enemy.

But with arrogant gods and goddesses, both in her house and beyond, that’s easier said than done.

Athena refuses to be beaten, however, and vows to bring her vision to life. The first step is to visit each house and plead her case. With a motley crew of world-wise companions, she begins in the western isles, where she stumbles upon a god who once set her heart aflame in the court of Dagda and his mistress Morrigan, the Phantom Queen.

Unfortunately for Athena, not all gods are interested in playing nice with others.

Or fair.

Court of the Phantom Queen is a fantasy romance novella. It is both a standalone and a part of the overall story of the Lovers and Liars: Immortal Wars series.

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#1linewed: November 23 – Ate/Eat

I ended up doing a #1linewed for November 9th this morning, but I managed to find something to make it work for today too. But for the first time ever, here’s a snippet of my current WIP, The Court of the Phantom Queen!

It’s the first novella (maybe full-length, we’ll see) in the Lovers and Liars: Immortal Wars series. I’m genuinely surprised how much I love writing Athena. She’s a faaabulous lead.

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