Hi everyone! I have a special deal going on right now that paranormal lovers will not want to miss. Through April 2nd, you can pick up The Oracle of Delphi for FREE! This book, years ago was shown on History Channel. It is the romantic retelling of the Greek Myth of Perseus (the slayer of Medusa.) In my version, he falls in love with Princess Andromeda. Perseus goes to the cave to talk with the Oracle of Delphi to figure out how to slay Medusa. However, he finds Andromeda on the oracle’s throne instead. She is pretending to be the oracle so she can get Perseus to do her bidding.
And for those readers in the US and UK, the rest of the series is on kindle countdown until April 4th. The price starts at 99 cents each but goes up every few days, so don’t wait.
Kyros’ Secret. Sapphire Award Finalist and Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice, 2000. (UK Link). This book was inspired by the TV shows I loved to watch nearly 20 years ago called Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. I fell in love with the character of Ares, the god of war played by the late Kevin Smith. Ares shows up in my book playing a major part. The hero is cursed by Ares during the midst of a heroic act, and ends up turning into a centaur every night. Thera, my heroine is Ares and Aphrodite’s daughter. (Ok, I warned you this is very paranormal, but lots of fun.)
Then there is Thief of Olympus. (UK Link). I bring in the Amazon Warrior women (thanks Xena) because you all know I like to write strong female characters. Princess Lysandra is paired up with King Zarek, and there is a baby involved. Remember, Amazonites were a tribe of warrior women so Lysandra wants a girl, however, Zarek wants an heir so is looking forward to a boy. I also bring in the inventor, Daedalus into this story. You might remember him as the man who made the wax wings for his son, Icarus who flew too close to the sun.
The last book in the series is probably my favorite. The Pandora Curse focuses on Vara the Conqueror, a descendant of Pandora. (UK Link.) She’s been plagued with the vices from the box. Nikolai, the seer and demigod, needs to collect her vices in secret for his mother, Hera. Baruch, Hera’s little green shapeshifting minion, brings a lot of smiles to this book. I guarantee you will end up loving the little minion as well as the story.
Get lost in the magical, mystical lands of ancient Greece where horses can fly (Pegasus), mythical creatures run rampant, and the Greek gods are petty and cruel. Still, romance will bloom where you least expect it.
Have fun and escape to a place like no other!