***AS OF JUNE, 2022, THE SERIES IS FINISHED!***
ALL EIGHT INSTALLMENTS IN THE CHILD OF THE ERINYES ARE NOW AVAILABLE, SEPARATELY OR IN A COMPLETE DIGITAL OMNIBUS EDITION!
THIS BOX SET CONTAINS THE FIRST THREE BOOKS IN THE CHILD OF THE ERINYES SERIES:
THE YEAR-GOD'S DAUGHTER
THE THINARA KING
IN THE MOON OF ASTERION
A new myth from ancient Greece. Epic historical fantasy inspired by Ariadne, Theseus, and the Minotaur.
The Bronze Age portion of the eight book series can now be read in a convenient boxed set.
Crete: where magic and mystery meet courage and hope.
Aridela: an extraordinary princess who dances with bulls.
Two brothers plot Crete's overthrow, but desire for this woman will propel all three into an unimaginable future, and spark the immortal rage of the Erinyes.
"Atmospheric, lyrical, and inspired. I envy readers newly discovering this riveting epic." Lucinda Elliot, author of That Scoundrel Emile Dubois, Ravensdale, and The Villainous Viscount, Or The Curse Of The Venns.
The set also includes excerpts from Book Four, The Moon Casts a Spell, Book Six, Falcon Blue, and Book Eight, Swimming in the Rainbow.
Step into the Bronze Age....
For time beyond memory, Crete has sacrificed its king to ensure good harvests, ward off earthquakes, and please the Goddess. Men compete in brutal trials to win the title of Zagreus, the sacred bull-king, even though winning means they'll die in a year.
Two brothers from Mycenae set out to trick the competition and its formidable reckoning as they search for weaknesses in this rich, coveted society.
Hindering their goal is the seductive and fearless Cretan princess, Aridela, an uncommon woman neither brother can resist, and ancient prophecies promising terrible retribution to any who threaten Goddess Athene's people.
A woman of keen instinct and unshakable loyalty. A proud warrior prince and his wounded half-brother. Glory, passion, treachery and conspiracy on the grandest scale.
What seems the end is only the beginning.
The Year-god's Daughter and The Thinara King are both award winners: A B.R.A.G. medallion and a Chaucer First Place Award for Ancient Historical Fiction.