Updated: Apr 12
All preorders will get exclusive character art of the main characters: Saiden, Mozare, and Queen Loralei (the same characters on the book cover). You can see the art on Georgina's Instagram account, and follow the artist on Twitter. This will be the only way to get this artwork.
You can also glance at them here:
Once you preorder, you'll have to fill out this form (also linked in a button at the bottom of this post along with a preorder button and ones for both Goodreads and Bookhype if you keep a digital TBR list).
Which format should you get?
"Extra" cover art underneath the dust jacket
Cheaper than hardcover
Easier to fit into a bag than hardcover
If you want to learn more about the book, check out this livestream where Samantha shared aspects of her story and experience with the publishing process so far. And she did it with laryngitis—an absolute trooper getting through the hour!
Saiden a Blood-Cursed legionnaire—blessed by both the God of Life and Goddess of Death—is a paradox. Called both “death-bringer” and “world-ender,” she is surprisingly careful about taking lives and proving herself to be a monster. Torn between her loyalty to her queen and the need to protect her people, Saiden struggles to decide who she is going to be in a world that has already cast her aside.
Queen Loralei is hiding the fact that she’s been blessed by the God of Life while navigating the manipulative and dangerous landscape of ruling a kingdom. When she discovers a mysterious prisoner in her dungeons, she begins to unravel a complicated plot that shadows her reign and would change the course of history.
Mozare, gifted by the Goddess of Death with the powers to control shadows, is hiding lots of secrets in the dark. As Saiden’s legionnaire partner, he would do everything to protect her—even if that means killing the queen she swore to protect to save her from a fate worse than death.
With friends and enemies becoming indistinguishable from each other, can these three individuals survive long enough to fulfill their destinies without losing those closest to them, or will their missions irreparably ruin them—and possibly the entire kingdom?