WOOT! It’s here!
Prince by Blood and Bone, A Fantasy Romance of the Black Court the sequel to The Dark Huntsman will be released next month! And here is the long-awaited cover by phenomenal cover artist Kari Ayasha.
Prince by Blood and Bone, A Fantasy Romance of the Black Court
A rebellious prince, a reluctant witch, and a mysterious prophecy,
twisted together in a tale of Beauty and the Beast
Trapped in an underground palace Prince Kian must remain a beast, or give in to the queen’s plan to strip him of his powers. But Kian refuses to submit to his mother’s evil plan and is determined to escape both his prison and his curse—even if it means dabbling in witch’s magic.
On the run for most of her life, Bryanna MacElvy has never learned to use her healing Gift. When she’s pulled by Kian’s spell into his prison, the prince sees the golden witch as his salvation. Refusing to let her, or to accept she is incapable of curing him, Kian offers her a terrible bargain—heal him, or give up her freedom forever.
Their lives entwined by fate, the prince must learn to love a human and Bryanna must learn to trust herself—or risk losing their freedom, his powers, and their passion, to the evil of the Black Queen.
Dare to enter Jessica Aspen’s world of steamy, fantasy romance in book two of her fairy tale trilogy: Tales of the Black Court
Book Title: Prince by Blood and Bone, A Fantasy Romance of the Black Court by Jessica Aspen
Book two: Tales of the Black Court
Genre: Fantasy Romance, Twisted Fairy Tales
Publisher: Abracadabra Publishing
Date of Publication: April 2014
Ebook ISBN: 978-0-9899558-1-2
Formats available: epub, kindle, paperback
Cover Artist: Kari Ayasha of Cover to Cover Designs
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The blog tour for Prince by Blood and Bone will be May 5th -May 16th. Check back for information on places you’ll be able to find fun reviews, articles, and blogs about me and my books.
And let me know what you think? Don’t you love the cover Kari and I came up with. It was by far the most difficult cover I’ve yet to have come together, but I think she did an amazing job keeping the theme of the Black Court series. I can’t wait to get started on book three, Broken Mirror’s cover. Cassie definitely will need a cover to keep up with her cousin and sister.
Are you a romance reviewer? Use the contact form to contact me and let me know where you review and what kind of e-copy you’d prefer. I’m sending out review copies this week!