Updated: Apr 17, 2022
I'm so excited about this anthology! It's scheduled to release May 10 and everyone's working hard to get ready for the big day. The collection includes some amazingly talented authors and I'm so honored to be included in this set. To prepare for the launch, I'm going to be hosting mini-interviews here on my blog with each of the authors in the anthology. To begin, though, I thought I would go ahead and share some information about the story I'm writing for this fantastic project. Here goes!
What's the title of your book in Midnight Magic?
Tell us a little bit about your story.
Kalina and Thorne have served the Fae for centuries as Guardians of the Veil. As with all Guardians, their service will end in sacrifice to maintain the Veil and protect all of Faerie. Fate, however, has other plans in store, not just for Kalina and Thorne, but for all of the Fae. These two were never supposed to meet, but when they do, even centuries of tradition cannot deny the siren call of their mating bond.
What's your main character like?
Honor is everything to Kalina and to Thorne. Their love is forbidden and for the good of Faerie, they’re determined to ignore the lure of the mating bond. As the years pass, however, the call of their bond gets stronger, rather than weaker, and they begin to question everything they’ve ever known about their role as Guardians and their true destiny in the ongoing fate of the Fae.
Is it part of a bigger series or world?
Guardians of the Veil is part of my Stories of the Veil world. Chronologically speaking, it functions as a prequel to two duets that are coming out this spring and summer, The Veiled and The Unveiled. However, it can be read as a stand-alone story.
Is there anything else you want to tell us about your book in Midnight Magic?
This particular story has been in my head for quite some time. I’ve been focused on finishing other projects, but the siren call of this story, much like Kalina and Thorne’s mating bond, could not be denied. Eventually, I had to write it. I can only hope the readers enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it.