Finally, I'm done with the first pass of this book. And when I say 'first pass,' I really mean 8 millionth pass, 4 billionth read-through, and 5-hour freak-out before I reluctantly handed my manuscript over to my beautiful, wonderful, kick-freaking-ass editor. So far, we are still on schedule for a March release, and I have the synopsis ready to go. So without further ado, here is a little glimpse of Falling Ashes.
Mena Constantine is pissed off.
Finally freed from her fifty-year imprisonment by a maniacal leader, she is desperately trying to recover and get her life back. Problem is, the life she had is long gone. Struggling under the weight of her memories and healing from the wounds of her captivity, she can't seem to catch a break. Every waking moment, death seems like a relief she would welcome.
Asher Crane is a dead man.
As a Guardian to the King, his only purpose in life is to keep the King alive. And he's failing. Miserably. With the King ill, the Queen dying, and zero plans for a successor, he's pretty much screwed. Because if the King dies, the law says Asher dies, too.
As these two wounded souls collide in a series of bloody and unfortunate events, they will clutch to the last shreds of life before death beats down their door.