Updating time again. While going through the author pages, I found a couple of new tidbits to share.
- I had high hopes that the next Alexandra Ivy Guardians of Eternity book, Hunt the Darkness, would be Roke and Sally’s story. Well, the synopsis confirms it…
The vampire, Roke, is raw, sensual, always in control. Yet somehow he’s allowed the unthinkable to happen: a nymph-like witch named Sally has used her magic to trick Roke into mating with her. The pair will remain bound for eternity unless Sally breaks the spell. The trouble is, she has no idea how. . .
Mating with Roke was an accident; at least that’s what Sally keeps telling herself. She’s on the hunt for her demon father, whose identity holds the key to releasing the spell. The search won’t be easy with Roke shadowing Sally’s every move. As they mate with a ferocity that leaves them both aching for more, Sally isn’t sure if her world is more dangerous without Roke—or with him. . .
- The first Phoenix Fire book from Cynthia Eden isn’t released until next month, but the pre-order links are already up on Amazon for the third one. Playing with Fire will be released on August 26th.
- This next one is huge…at least for me. Jennifer L. Armentrout recently wrapped up her Covenant series, but it looks like a New Adult spin-off is in the works. And it features Seth. SETH! The series will be called Titans, and book one is called The Return. It is scheduled for an early 2015 release, and the author has upped a bit of info on her blog…
1. The Return will be in dual POV (Seth and our main protagonist)
2. You have NOT met the female lead yet.
3. The female lead has absolutely no knowledge of gods and any of that
4. Since it’s a Titan novel, you can expect… the Titans.
5. Apollo will be all up in the book, because well, it’s Apollo and I sort of like him.
6. Deacon and Luke will make appearances, but other main characters will not be featured in this series. (Not giving details to avoid as much spoilers as possible)
7. The biggest difference is that the Titan series will be New Adult paranormal. And here’s the reason why. I never gave Seth’s birthday, but he’s always been well over the age of 18 years old, and I really have no real reason bringing him into a high school environment without making him look like a creeper. And he already has enough creeper tendencies as is, so he really is too old for YA. Does that mean the book will be inappropriate for younger readers? Absolutely not. Will it have more adult content? Probably. I mean, Seth was always borderline inappropriate, but my YA books have that, so….
8. And it will be releasing in early 2015, tentatively February 2015 in both print and digital.
Ok. Anyone else excited thrilled we haven’t seen the last of Seth? This made my day.