The first book in the Looking Glass Gods series won't be available until February 2015, but I'm way too excited about this cover to wait to show it to you. (And apparently, so is the rest of the Internet. While I was busy hand-making the giveaway prizes for the cover reveal, the full cover popped up in several places. Just ignore it.) ;)
Over the next 12 days, I'll be revealing pieces of the cover for Idol of Bone. You can enter each day to win one of 12 handmade looking-glass or apothecary-jar pendants. The looking glass pendant includes a matching bracelet with turquoise Swarovski crystal bead accents, and each jar pendant contains two pieces of raw blue tourmaline to match the cover—"peacock blue" is my character Ra's signature color, and a certain scene in the book features a solid gemstone window of blue tourmaline in the dome of the temple at Soth Rhyman. So now you can wear a little piece of a Meeric temple window. ;)
If you enjoyed my novella, The Devil's Garden, you'll want to read Idol of Bone, where Ume Sky and Cree Silva reprise their roles, unknowingly entangled in the fate of another Meer.
One stranger seeks to claim her heart…another is destined to destroy her.
Looking Glass Gods, Book 1
Ra. Just two letters. Barely a breath. When she stumbles into the frozen Haethfalt highlands, her name is all she has—the last remnant of a past she’s managed to keep hidden, even from herself. Her magic, however, isn’t so easy to conceal—magic that’s the province of the Meer, an illicit race to which she can’t possibly belong.
The eccentric carpenter who takes her in provides a welcome distraction from the puzzle of herself. Though Jak refuses to identify as either male or female, the unmistakable spark of desire between them leaves Ra determined to find out what lies beneath the enigmatic exterior.
But more dangerous secrets are brewing underneath the wintry moors. Jak’s closest friend, Ahr, is haunted by his own unspeakable past. Bounty hunters seeking fugitive Meer refuse to leave him in peace.
Harboring feelings for both Ra and Ahr, Jak nonetheless struggles to keep them apart. Because like the sun and the moon coming together, their inevitable reunion has the potential to destroy Jak’s whole world.