I’ve released The Goddess and the Crane as a standalone book now on Amazon. It’s a F/F paranormal shifter novella that appeared in Beating Hearts: A LGBTQIA+ Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy Anthology. The anthology has finished its limited run, so I have my rights back and I’ve published the story on its own.
It’s the first book in a new novella series called Sapphic Legends. I’m planning to follow it up with book 2 (which has the tentative title of Daughter of the Dragon) later this year. Book 2 will have different characters in the same world.
The Goddess and the Crane is available for $2.99 on Amazon.com (and around the same price on other Amazon sites) and it’s included in Kindle Unlimited.
You can find it here:
Amazon.com :: Amazon.co.uk :: Amazon.com.au :: Amazon.ca
Here’s the description:
A seer claimed Lirya would never know the touch of a man. She never expected to find true love.
The goddess Lirya expected a life of solitude when she moved to the wilderness, settling in a cavern beneath the great Kulanji mountain. Content with her life there, Lirya didn’t pay much attention to what she might be missing, until Naji entered her life.
A being born of magic, the crane shifter barely escaped the hunters alive. When Lirya finds her hiding out in the cavern, the goddess is surprised, and offers to treat Naji’s wound. It’s the beginning of a beautiful friendship that might lead to more, as Lirya realises that love can take many forms.
The Goddess and the Crane is a romantic lesbian and interracial paranormal romance novella of around 16,000 words, and the first book in the Sapphic Legends series.
Please note: This story appeared in Beating Hearts: A LGBTQIA+ Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy Anthology.
I’m also currently working on the next book for my Love and Second Chances series. It’s a Christmas/Winter-themed book called Wynter (named after the main character). I’d hoped to finish it by Christmas this year, but I had too much work on my plate, so it will be later before I can release it. I don’t have a date exactly, but I have it partially written right now.