In this male/male paranormal historical romance, warden and wolf must reignite the magic that first bonded them together. Wales, 1912 For generations, the magic wardens and the fierce werewolves combined forces to keep their enemies at bay. But when his family breaks longstanding ties to the pack that’s been a part of his life since birth, warden Griffith Jones sets out on a journey to learn all he can of the magic that will reunite them. And reunite Griffith with…
Before Ward & Weft is released, I wanted to expand on part of the world it’s set in. Wolf in King’s Clothing focused on the werewolf side of things – and we don’t leave that behind, since Llywelyn ap Hywel is a werewolf! – but in W&W the focus is on wardens. And what with wardens being, ah, not Kent’s favourite people, I thought Griffith deserved a fair shake.
Ward & Weft has a cover! And it’s so beautiful. I just. I love this so much. The looks on their faces! The mythic landscape, which is how Griffith thinks of Wales, like a story he knew once. And the stars. The stars.
It’s been a few weeks since WOLF IN KING’S CLOTHING was released with Carina Press, where you met Kent and Hadrian and explored a little of their world of wolves and wardens as those two fought (quite literally) for their happy ever after. But what’s next? Well, for Kent and Hadrian, I can’t tell you (right now…?) but I can say that there will be another story set in the same universe, released in fall 2017, again with Carina Press….