Sugar and Spice and All Those Lies by Evy Journey


Evy Journey, writer, wannabe artist, and flâneuse (feminine of flâneur), wishes she lives in Paris where people have perfected the art of aimless roaming. Armed with a Ph.D., she used to research and help develop mental health programs.


She’s a writer because beautiful prose seduces her and existential angst continues to plague her despite such preoccupations having gone out of fashion. She takes occasional refuge by invoking the spirit of Jane Austen to spin tales of love, loss, and finding one’s way—stories into which she weaves mystery or intrigue.


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Gina’s grandfather was a French chef whose life was cut short by a robber’s bullet. The only lasting legacy he could leave his family was his passion and talent for cooking.


Growing up poor but with a mother who is a gifted cook. Gina learns cooking a great meal is an act of love. An art that sustains and enhances life.
A world of new challenges, new friends, and new loves opens up for her when she’s chosen to cook for a Michelin-starred restaurant.
But danger lurks where one never expects it.
Can her passion for cooking help Gina survive and thrive in this world of privilege, pleasure and menace?


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At this restaurant, the second one I’ve worked for, the clientele comes from the moneyed class. Privileged with money to spare. Money to put aside for a full-course dinner costing hundreds for two people. And that’s without the wine. I could never dine here unless I gave up my apartment, banked all my earnings, and slept in my car or a homeless shelter for a whole week.
Our regular customers are often fifty years or older and established, and come twice, sometimes thrice a year for special occasions. Dining here twice a month? The guy at Table 29 must be worth diamonds to the restaurant.
I get shivers in my spine entering the dining room. I’ve only been in it when it’s empty, quiet, and bright from lights and white tablecloths. This evening, the lighting is subdued and—yes—romantic, warmed by candles and small vases of bright yellow chrysanthemums on tables. Nonintrusive, soft music plays against the hum of voices from every table.
Table 29 usually sits four, but tonight it holds only two people. I’m surprised to see that they’re quite young. Maybe about my age or a little older. And attractive. Now I’m even more curious. And intrigued. Mature and rich or nearly rich, I’ve seen a lot of. But filthy rich and young? Well, I must at least sneak a peek at what this priceless diamond looks like.
For now, though, I’m a willing peon, as grateful as strawberry blond is when I started learning the ropes in this exclusive eatery. So, I focus on the course I’m serving Table 29. How I perform at this restaurant decides whether my career goes haute cuisine or a la Burger King. But that last choice is really no choice at all. I’ll work my butt off to make sure it stays that way. It’s my future, after all, that I’m slaving for.
I recite to myself the script we’ve been trained to deliver. The script is quite simple, but this is my first foray into a dining room full of privileged clients. And hives are sprouting on my arms just thinking that I’m serving my creation to the restaurant’s most valued client. If this guy doesn’t like my dish and blabbers to Laure about it, I can kiss my future in haute cuisine goodbye. Laure is well-loved and well-known, and a word from her can make or break culinary dreams.
I quickly glance, first at his date then at him, vaguely taking in how they look. I take a deep breath, smile at neither one in particular and say, “Medallions of raw ahi, wasabi hollandaise, on a bed of diced cucumbers, vernissage cherry tomatoes, and capers, finished with a sprinkle of toasted nori. Bon appetit!”
Distractedly, my fixed smile still on, I wonder if “filthy rich” Table 29 guy holds my cooking future in his manicured hands—or, more likely, on his pampered taste buds. I take a couple of steps back, so they can start eating. Maybe I can catch a glimpse of whether he likes my dish or not before I go back to the kitchen. I’m also waiting for that “buzz” I’ve been made to expect. Nothing yet. Anything to say about my creation? Maybe that’s what it takes.


But I’m new in this game and still a coward, so I chicken out as he picks up his fork. I control the urge in my legs to run backward to the kitchen. Be at your best, Gina. Be cool. But my ego will be in tatters if Mr. Filthy Rich doesn’t like the dish.
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The Tea Shop by Bernadette Marie


Bestselling Author Bernadette Marie is known for building families readers want to be part of. Her series The Keller Family has graced bestseller charts since its release in 2011. Since then she has authored and published over thirty books. 

The married mother of five sons promises romances with a Happily Ever After always…and says she can write it because she lives it.

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Seeing the future is a curse that Abigail Weston has carried her entire life. Knowing how and when someone will be hurt, or the whereabouts of missing people, haunts her enough to move away from the town that no longer trusts her.
When real estate developer Carson Stone meets the intuitive Abigail, he can’t help but feel the connection to her and wonder if love at first sight is possible, especially since they share a passion for old buildings. She believes they all should remain, while he builds new ones in their place.
No matter Abigail’s feelings for Carson, knowing that their future is to be together does not ensure them a happily ever after, especially if she can’t figure out what the other side is trying to show her–because in her visions Carson’s future is dark and cold.




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  1. I have 5 sons who are 6 years apart. (all biological too)
  2. I opened my first business shortly after my 20th birthday
  3. I’ve been driving forklifts since I was 7
  4. I have a 2nd degree black belt in Tang Soo Do.
  5. I write 3-4 books at a time.
  6. I didn’t like to read when I was younger. (What!?)
  7. My favorite meal growing up was steak, rice, and peas.
  8. I’m a loud (but respectful) hockey mom.
  9. I try to go to Disneyland each year from my birthday (and we live in CO…so it’s a task.)
  10. I was born on the 4th of July.


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Upheld by The Grace Lane Authors

Five women have joined together under the pen name, Grace Lane, to write about their personal experiences in hopes to inspire and uplift others.  The following character sketches will give you a little insight about each author.

Writing about motherhood and her husband’s health struggles, Rebekah lives true to the meaning of her name—to bind. Life’s experiences have shaped her into a wise, steadfast daughter of God who has the beautiful ability to make others laugh through her clever wit.
Jeni’s stories revolve around the loving care of her son with special needs. Knowing that he will not live out his childhood, she’s armed with strength and determination to give him the best life possible. The bright hope Jeni finds through the Savior will encourage the lowest of hearts.
Elizabeth is passionate about sharing the Light of Christ. You’ll feel this in reading about the challenges she faces with her spouse’s addiction and divorce. Through sophistication, uplifting words, and a touch of spunk, she’s a modern-day disciple “gathering in the fold” and feeding His sheep.
A woman of intuition, Faith has a distinctive gift for understanding people. Her personal goal in life is to help women recognize their potential in whatever role they fill. She writes about her battle in overcoming abuse as a child and her fight with low self-esteem.


A single mom for ten years, Dawn not only believes the motto “Light trumps darkness”, but she lives it every day. Her short stories are about finding God after a heart-crushing divorce. Dawn touches many lives through her unwavering testimony and simple ways.
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Upheld: Ordinary women discovering an Extraordinary God
Life happens. Ordinary and extraordinary events fill the days and nights, but regardless of the circumstance, God is there. We’re five friends who, over the course of a decade, learned to recognize the heavenly touches in our lives. We share our stories in a series of short vignettes, as glimpses of the profound and practical ways God lifts us.

First as a newlywed and then as a young mother, Rebekah awakens to the daily light that comes from realizing how often and simply the Lord touches her life. Jeni nurtures a child with special needs and learns that strength and support are only a prayer away. Elizabeth forges a new path towards renewal and regeneration after she exits the roller coaster ride of her spouse’s addiction. Faith discovers the beauty of reminders from a loving Heavenly Father that she has worth and the precious gift of agency. Dawn opens her mind to the understanding that no matter what happens peace can abound and everything will work out.

In Upheld: Ordinary women discovering an Extraordinary God we invite you to walk with us, explore the nooks and crannies of life, and have joy in the knowledge that you are not forgotten. As you read, we hope you will also discover God upholding you in your own life.
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Avalance by Cambria Hebert

Cambria Hebert
(BearPaw Resort, #1)
Publication date: March 26th 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

Don’t get caught in the surge.

Through a bullet hole in a wall, I watch a man bleed to death.

Those responsible think their crime died with the victim, until I identify them.

What’s a girl to do when she’s being hunted by murderers

witness protection can’t even stop?


My only refuge is a place I vowed to never go again.

When it’s do or die, an eight-year-old heartache suddenly seems trivial.

Besides, he won’t be there anyway.

But he is.

Turns out my old pain feels brand new the second his eyes meet mine.

I can’t leave. I can’t stay.

This snowy town that’s supposed to be my shelter

suddenly exposes me more than before.

With no one else to lean on, Liam becomes my lifeline.

Now we’re both running for our lives,

trying not to get swept away.

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I got up and went to the bed, yanking down the blankets in one move.

“What are you doing?” She was cautious.

“In you go.” I pointed.

“I’ll walk you out.” She glanced between me and the door.

I laughed. “Subtle. I’m not leaving.”

“Well, you aren’t sleeping with me!” She planted her fisted hands on her hips.

I tried real hard not to smile. “Wouldn’t dream of it.”

A little bit of hurt flashed in her eyes, and I was a bastard because I was glad for it. I wanted her to want me—even just a fraction of the way I wanted her.

I cleared my throat and added, “At least not tonight.”

Her eyes whipped up to mine.

This time I smiled, letting some of the desire and possessiveness I felt shine through.

She ran for the bed and jumped in, pulling the covers nearly over her head. “You can see yourself out!”

I threw my head back and laughed.

Then I returned to my chair.

Making a noise, Bellamy sat up, pushing down some of the covers to glare. “What are you doing?”

“Staying ‘til you fall asleep.”

Her mouth opened. Closed. Opened again. “But why?”

“Because you want me to.”

“You’re ridiculous.”

“You didn’t disagree.”

She fell back on the bed with a groan.

I grinned and settled my hands over my middle. “Go to sleep, Bells. I’ll watch over you.”


Author Bio:

Cambria Hebert is an award winning, bestselling novelist of more than twenty books. She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major, and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair.

Besides writing, Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in, and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (the real boss of the house).

Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: The Hashtag Series, Text, Torch, and Tattoo.

Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC.

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Guinevere: At the Dawn of Legend by Cheryl Carpinello

“Think before acting,” her father always warned.
But Princess Guinevere is ruled by her heart. Her betrothal to King Arthur has
not changed this.
When Guinevere and Cedwyn’s latest adventure takes a
dangerous turn, they find themselves embroiled in a life-or-death struggle as
foretold by Merlyn’s Goddess of the Stones.

Renegades–foiled in their attempt to kidnap the
princess–steal the children of Cadbury Castle to sell as slaves. Guinevere and
Cedwyn vow to rescue the children, but a miscalculation puts them all in more
danger. The plan quickly unravels, and Guinevere’s impassioned decisions come
crashing down as Cedwyn chooses to turn his dream of becoming a knight into
reality. Will their courage be strong enough to survive, or will one make the
ultimate sacrifice?”

I’m a retired high school English teacher. A devourer of books
growing up, my profession introduced me to writings and authors from times long
past. Through my studies and teaching, I fell in love with the Ancient and
Medieval Worlds. Now, I hope to inspire young readers and those Young-at-Heart
to read more through my Tales and Legends for Reluctant Readers set in these
worlds—Ancient Egypt, Medieval Wales, and coming soon, a hair-raising adventure
through ancient worlds in search of 5 rare Phoenix Feathers.
All of my books come with Free study guides and/or extensive
Back-of-the-Book materials.
My husband and I love to travel. In 2008, we spent three weeks in
Egypt traveling by local train from one end of the country to the other; in
2014, we spent three weeks in the UK driving over 1700 miles through England,
Wales, and Scotland; and in 2016, we spent a week in Iceland. We’ve also
traveled to Mexico, Jamaica, and Aruba. Our next big adventure will be to
Greece and Italy.

When I’m not writing or traveling, our 4 grandkids keep us busy.
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Excerpt #1

Within Reach

So often when that long-awaited moment comes–one that we have dreamed about, fantasized about, even lusted about–we find ourselves afraid to actually cross over…We carry on, but oh, what strength of character and soul that requires.

The boy whom Thomas had first called a knight stood in front of his future queen, Samuel, and Aaron. The goddess’ words once again echoed in his soul. Your courage must come from deep inside your soul even for one so young. Your love of family and friends must be great. But greater still must be your loyalty to the knight’s duty. For your knight’s vow comes soon. You must embrace it. You must defeat the temptations to turn aside for your own safety. He wanted to race to the castle, but feared what might await them. He wanted Merlyn to appear, to tell them not to worry. He lowered his gaze, afraid they would see the fear in his eyes. He took several shallow breaths not wanting to taste the blood of the slaughter, but needing to fortify himself. Before their eyes, he straightened his shoulders, and looked at each of them. “We need to go now.”

Cedwyn mounted his horse and turned away from the clearing, intent on skirting the outside.


He stopped, his slender body tense, but not ready for the battle, and turned to face Samuel.

“Please, Lady Guinevere. We must bury them. It is the right thing to do.”

“I know, Samuel, but….”

“We can’t take the time, Samuel, Guin’ver,” Cedwyn said. He didn’t include Aaron because the young boy was beyond understanding. “The renegades may have already reached home. And, if not, then we must get to the gates before they do.”

Cedwyn knew he was right, but Samuel’s plea lay heavy on his heart. He could feel the conflict in Guinevere—the fear for her people weighed against the sorrow for Samuel and the monks.

“Please. They’re our family.” The pain in his voice threatened to push Cedwyn into the earth.

“Cedwyn,” Guinevere whispered.

He looked to her, knew he was right in wanting to hurry, but resigned himself to giving in to their pleas. He would want to do the same if it had been his family, and she hers. Sometimes choices had to be ruled by the heart instead of the head.

Cedwyn dismounted. “We must hurry though.”

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My visit to the Franklin Mountains

Hey Guys!

I tried something new recently and have discovered I absolutely loved it.  During a recent visit to my my sister’s family in El Paso, Texas, I went with my sisters and their families to the Franklin Mountains.  There were a few things that we did which included taking a tram up the mountain on one day and also hiking the mountain on a different day.  Both ways were amazing, the views from both sections were phenomenal and I would suggest them for anyone who wants to try something new.


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Toad by Cambria Hebert

Hey Guys!

Cambria Hebert is set to release a second stand alone novel in the Public Enemy series.  I loved the first one and can not wait for the second.


Author:  Cambria Hebert
Series: Public Enemy
Kindle Edition
Expected publication: January 29th 2018 by Cambria Hebert, LLC
Aerie Boone is a toad.
At least according to every news outlet and online hater imaginable.

Accusations of lip-syncing.
Rumors of being dropped by my label.
Reports of celebrity feuds and rivalries.
And then there’s my personal favorite…

The pending annulment of a marriage I can’t even remember agreeing to.
When you’re the sweetheart of country music, being a headline is a given.
Living the headline is more of an uninvited surprise.
I’m barely recognized for the massive success I’ve had.
Now I’m famous because people love to hate me.
I’m a public enemy, but no one knows my side of the story.
I’m beginning to think it doesn’t even matter.
I’m burned out, hurting, and everyone thinks I have warts. Ew.
Becoming a shut-in is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Too bad my label has other ideas.
They send me a solution…
In the form of a red-haired, green-eyed man who wears sarcasm like armor.
I don’t want a stranger in my house.
I don’t want Nate.
All I want is to go back to a time when I wasn’t a toad.
When I was country music’s princess.
But going back is impossible.
Moving forward will change everything.


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Semester Goals: Spring 2018

Hey Guys!

Well here we are back from winter break and coming into not only a new year but also a new semester.  This semester seems to be creeping up on me fast than usual, but that could be because as a graduate assistant I came back to campus starting January 2nd.  I’m not sure where most of ya’ll are, but for most of my break we’ve had pretty mild weather.  Even our Christmas was in the mid 60s.   However, starting New Year’s eve we had temperatures as low as 26 degrees.  and lasted almost a week.  For a south Texas girl that is way too cold, it wasn’t even comfortable enough to light a fire and sit outside and enjoy, it was a wet and icy mess.

I’ve learned the last few semesters in Graduate school that having goals was a great motivator.  When I saw this on DaniDearest‘s blog I loved the idea.  The goals gave me something solid to work towards and something else to focus on.  Last semester I accomplished 11 out of the 15 goals that I set, not too bad.

Making my goals public like this was the perfect way for me to be held accountable for them.  Before this last semester I’ve never set goals and never so publicly before.  And doing so helped me.

So with the goal of doing better than I did last semester in completing these goals here are my goals for the Spring 2017 semester:

  1. Get at least a B in my classes.
  2. Try and get my assignments done before the day they are due.
  3. Work out at least 2 times a week.
  4. Try a fitness class on campus.
  5. Spend more time with my family and friends.
  6. Actually stick to my budget. (for food, or other things)
  7. Cook more, and take my own lunches for school.
  8. Reach my activity goals on my watch each day/week.
  9. Post on each of the days I’ve assigned a post on HomeTownGirlWriter.
  10. Save at least 10% of my paychecks each week.
  11. Make my bed and pick up things in my room each morning. (In my hope for a clean room/house.)
  12. Take time for myself each week.
  13. Open my planner everyday and make sure it’s completed for the upcoming week.
  14. Have saved at least $500 in my savings account by the end of the semester.
  15. Go somewhere I’ve never been before.

Well let’s see how this turns out this semester.  Especially since I added a few more than last semester.  Question of the Day: What are some goals that you set for yourself?  Do you do them by academic year, semester, monthly or weekly?  Comment down below.

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Semester Goals: Fall 2017 Update

Hey Guys!

Well I’m not sure about you guys but this semester seemed to fly by in a flash for me.  Maybe it was because we had to start the semester almost two weeks later than we should have due to Hurricane Harvey.  But with winter break already here and almost gone, let’s see how this semester’s goals went.

I can’t tell you how much I am grateful for DaniDearest‘s blog that had me start writing goals down for each semester.  It helped out for my 1st semester and did so again for my 2nd and my third.  These goals helped me have a focus and something tangible to reach for.  I accomplished 11 out of 15 , not to bad if I don’t say so myself.

Making my goals public like this was the perfect way for me to be held accountable for them.  Before these last two semesters, I’ve never set goals and never so publicly before.  And doing so helped me.

Here’s my goals for this semester and how I did on them:


1. Get at least a B in my classes.

Result: ✓ Success!  Well, if you read my update from last spring then you saw that I had written that it was a wake up call for me.  I can seriously say that this semester was my most challenging to date.  This was my third semester and my second where I took only history classes.  This was a challenge due to the amount of intensive writing that was being done.  But I will say that I got a B in my Research Methods class (not too bad, but I have my work cut out for me to be able to be ready for my thesis in a year and a half.)  and an A in my Oral History course.  I didn’t think that I would enjoy this course, but I had so much fun doing it.  It wasn’t always easy and I never realized the amount of work that went into an oral history, but it was enjoyable.

2. Try and get my assignments done before the day they are due.

Result: ✓ This was a complete success, this semester I was able to complete all of my assignments if not two days before then at least the day before.  This is something that I am hoping to continue doing next semester.

3. Work out at least 2 times a week. (I’m going to make an effort, but we’ll see.)

Result: X  Yea… nope.  I did not work out once this semester.  I didn’t even step foot into the Dugan.  However, I just got a gym membership so I’m hoping since I’m paying for it I’ll actually manage to go.  So until I manage to at least go twice a week maybe more I’ll be keeping this on my list.

4. Try a fitness class on campus.

Result: X  Yea… nope… see previous number!   Woman Shrugging: Medium Skin Tone on Apple

5. Spend more time with my family and friends.

Result: ✓  Considering that I now have three jobs, I’ve been managing pretty well.  There were weeks where I got home after my family went to bed or I couldn’t see my friends, but I tried.   Hopefully with my new schedule this will even out.

6. Actually stick to my budget. (for food, or other things)

Result: X/✓  This was a semi-pass for me this semester.  I budgeted myself “free” money each week and was able to only spend that amount for the most part, but I need to work a bit more on this area.

7. Cook more, and take my own lunches for school.

Result: X/✓   I didn’t actually do to bad on this one.  But I need to try harder.  I have recently been trying a food service called HelloFresh, which come this new semester I’m hoping to start packing my lunch and only eating out once or twice a month.

8. Reach my activity goals on my watch each day/week.

Result: ✓ I would definitely say this was a lot better than last semester.  Even with me having some days where I did not even leave my house.  I also had two  major papers that I was writing so I had a total of 107 days out of 122.  Yay me!

 September   30/30  October 28/31  November  27/30 December 22/31

Total: 107/122

9. Post on each of the days I’ve assigned a post on HomeTownGirlWriter.

Result: X  … Nope, yet again this was a major failure.  Some weeks I had posts, and others not so much.  If it hadn’t been for the book posts that I was doing for reveals I wouldn’t have anything to post.  Not only do I still have the same hectic schedule, I added to it by accepting a graduate position.  But I’m trying.

10. Save at least 10% of my paychecks each week.

Result: ✓   I’ve actually been doing really well with this.  I had to dip into my savings for Christmas, but other than that I’ve been able to save something from each check.

11. Make my bed and pick up things in my room each morning. (In my hope for a clean room/house.)

Result: ✓   For the most part I did really well, but it’s around laundry time that I get lazy and not feel like putting away those piles of clothes.  But not too bad overall.

12. Take time for myself each week.

Result: ✓  Completed! I made sure that each week I had at least 30 minutes to an hour for myself.  Whether it was just to read a book that I wanted or to take a long bubble bath, it was my me time.  I especially needed this because this last semester has been a really rough one.  This is something that I’ll keep working towards as the semesters come and go.

13. Open my planner everyday and make sure it’s completed for the upcoming week.

Result: ✓  I’m not sure what I did before I started using my Happy Planner, I love my mini (although I do have a classic as well) and the fact that I can take it anywhere!

14. Have saved at least $500 by the end of the semester.

Result: Yep!!! I finally completed this.  It took a few months into the semester to get it to where even having to get into it to fix a shattered car window (So not good on a day when the temperature was 30 degrees!).  Here it is almost the start of the Spring semester and I still have that cushion!

15. Go somewhere I’ve never been before.

Result:    Yep! I actually got to go to El Paso (Okay, so it’s still in the state but considering it is more than 9 hours away it counts!) and got to hike the Franklin Mountains with my family.  I had so much fun.  This year I hope to go back and go higher!


11/15 Goals Completed

Not too shabby, I’m almost there for a full 15 out of 15.  With 10 that were fully successfull and 2 that were semi successful, I had a better semester than my last one.  and I finally got more than half way completed.  that leaves me with three that I need to work harder on and two that only needs a little more work to be completely successful.

Question of the day: How did you do on any goals that you set for your Fall 2017 semester?  Comment down below.

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Book Blitz: Nox by Randi Cooley Wilson

Randi Cooley Wilson
(The Royal Protector Academy #3)
Publication date: January 20th 2018
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal

Love has revived an ancient war

Jealousy has risen and torn lives apart

And one prophecy demands the ultimate sacrifice

What if rewriting your destiny means that you must sacrifice the one you love? Serena St. Michael has forsaken her future—for him. Tristan Gallagher has renounced the throne—for her. The Vergina Sun prophecy has been fulfilled, but at what cost? Their love has renewed an ancient war. With Serena gone, will Tristan save her in time? Or will the dark army of Diablo Fairies descend upon the Royal Protector Academy, destroying the London clan’s legacy and ending the existence of the gargoyle race forever?

Nox is the final novel in the Royal Protector Academy series. This dangerously exciting and darkly romantic conclusion will take your breath away. It can be read as a stand-alone trilogy or after the bestselling Revelation series. Intended for mature readers (18+) due to language, mild violence, and sexual situations.

The Royal Protector Academy novels are a serial trilogy meant to be read in order:

Vernal (Book #1)

Aequus (Book #2)

Nox (Book #3)

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Randi Cooley Wilson is the bestselling author of The Revelation Series, The Royal Protector Academy Novels, The Dark Soul Trilogy, and “Covetousness” a Havenwood Falls Novella. She resides in Massachusetts with her husband and daughter.

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