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Of Blood And Light by Camilla Monk

Of Blood And Light

A girl with a secret…

In the back of an ambulance, River Greer is counting each breath her little sister takes, until the final one: Sage’s body is giving up, ravaged by a mysterious illness. The late-night rush to the ER, however, turns into a surreal nightmare when River is abducted and ferried across the universe, to the fabled Thule: a world beyond worlds, where Victorian mores collide with magic and Arthurian legend, and where . . . capybaras are the pet of choice.

Of Blood & Light is now available as an ARC in my Facebook Group, Yaycupid! I left 10% (first 6 chapters up.)

Meets a duke on a mission… There, his grace Hadrian Landevale of Caid is fighting losing battles of his own: to recover Isolde, his runaway wife, and against the blight that threatens the ichor, the source of all life on Thule. To add insult to injury, the captured fugitive Thule pathfinders just brought back from Earth is not his duchess, but an eerie doppelgänger. When it becomes clear that someone on Thule will go to any length to silence River, Hadrian offers his protection to this enchanting, infuriating alien . . . whose secrets might be the key to save Thule’s most precious treasure: the light in its blood.

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Of Blood And Light by Camilla Monk

A Sneak-peek at The Count

All right, drum roll . . . I, the hit-man people call Virgil, a humble country boy from Georgia, have peaked. At thirty-three, I’ve actually managed to:

– Leave Georgia—that alone ain’t no easy feat.

– Retire—got injured on duty, just a flesh wound.

– BUY A CASTLE IN FRANCE and the goddamn title to go with it. It’s Monsieur le Comte, to you now, and I even bought myself a mean crossbow to test the arrowslits: sweet.

Now, the place does need a bit of TLC, there’s a serial killer living down the road, and I’ve got a cute, catatonic girl following me around who goes by Ted. And that’s just for starters: apparently, my castle is also in the crosshairs of a N’drangheta boss. Carmine Musco—that’s the guy—wants a pair of old Italian paintings that I bought along with the place, and he’s willing to kill me for those. Well, he ain’t gonna be the first to try, and I guarantee that he won’t be the last either, because Ted and I make a hell of a team, and we’re going medieval on his ass.
Not time to explain: jump in and let THE COUNT take you on a high-octane rampage through the South of France that’s definitely not in tourist guides . . .

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Of Blood And Light by Camilla Monk

Of Pears & Spears

She’s five feet. They’re five inches. This will not be a battle of giants.

This companion novella to Of Blood & Light will take you back to Thule for another round of improbable Victorian shenanigans, fringe ethnoscience, and, of course, capybaras.

She’s five feet. They’re five inches. This will not be a battle of giants.

Over the course of two bewildering nights, housekeeper-turned-lady’s-companion Sfjona Brist took her first windcruiser flight, attended her first ball, and danced with a knight of the Round Table—twice! A third spin with the too-kind, too-tall Sir Natameus Bedivere of Bedrydant would have been positively scandalous, but Miss Brist’s virtue was thankfully saved when her employer, the Duke of Caid, jumped into Lake Nimue to brawl with law enforcement and was nearly devoured by a pack of bloodthirsty water wolves in the process. Now His Grace is back from his perilous adventures, and Miss Brist must resign herself to resume her monotonous life as a spinster in the service of the Caid household. Or rather, she would, had she not received an urgent message that her father was just arrested.
  • For breaking into a distinguished household’s pantry . . .
  • during a hunt for a legendary species of minuscule goblins.
  • Said pantry belonging to the Earl of Bedrydant . . .
  • that is, Sir Bedivere’s father.
. . . . . . . . .

This companion novella to Of Blood & Light will take you back to Thule for another round of improbable Victorian shenanigans, fringe ethnoscience, and, of course, capybaras.

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