The Phoenix (The Blood Coven Series Book 5) <— THE SERIES IS COMPLETE WITH THIS ONE!! IT’S LIVE and to celebrate this recent release, T.M. Smith is today’s newsletter sponsor and we have fun facts and an excerpt.
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Five books complete the epic Blood Coven Series—the final one being The Phoenix.
The threads that tie these books together are like a fantasy told through the prologues and excerpts from The Path, a multi-volume ancient tome. The prologues recount the tale of the Cambion of Wales who is mentored by Ohngel, the fire-winged assassin of the OneCreator.
Together, they set plans in motion. As one part of the strategy, the Cambion’s Blood Coven divides the world into three realms to separate bloodthirsty Aeternals from humans. The Path tells stories, sometimes gruesome and often erotic, of Ohngel and his life among his own kind, the immortals.
And in the midst of this background, modern-day Firebrand warriors find romance (and a lot of sex) with the descendants of the Cambion’s Blood Coven who are in danger of … Well, you need to read the novels to see.
1. Indigo, a powerful but quirky witch, has a secret past.
2. Roark, the raven shifter, works for the bad guys.
3. Miller Nash, a man on the run and leader of a secret human organization, comes in from the cold.
4. The Phoenix, like the other novels in the series, contains perks—more than one romance. Celene, no longer a captive, might find her hero in a growly big cat.
5. Rein, from the first book The Firebrand, plays a pivotal, and surprising, role in The Phoenix.
Indigo peeked between the leaves of a thickly foliaged bush, her hand pressing down on a branch for a better view. The greenery tickled her nose. Her eyes narrowed into a squint.
Cheeky bastard. What’s he doing in my river?
With his broad back to her, a male submerged beneath a pool of water created by large boulders and fallen trees. He left behind only a ripple. After several moments, he exploded from the depths. Breaking the surface, he cut through the misty layer which floated atop the river.
Thu-thump. Thu-thump. Thu-thump.
Her heart stuttered against her ribs when he tossed his head from side to side, scattering droplets of moisture. His lazy fingers combed through short, wet, smoky black hair. The muscles of his huge, corded biceps flexed with the movement. Ribbons of water flowed from the top of his broad shoulders to his trim waist until they rejoined the river. Indigo licked her lips, imagining her tongue caressing his moist flesh.
Holy Gahya and hot stuff.
She brushed away dangling leaves to get a clearer view of the hunk.
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