Sterling is Here!

Today marks the official publication date of Tales of Blood & Light, Book 3, STERLING, by Emily June Street. This is LCP’s latest offering, and we hope you will enjoy a lighter fantasy romance read for summer!

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Sterling

Life can change in an instant.
Shy, shunned Sterling Ricknagel never expected to become High Princess of Lethemia—or to be betrothed to the handsomest lord in the land. Though she fears rejection, she dutifully represents her House.

Every privilege comes with a cost.
When an unexpected tragedy throws the country back into civil war, Sterling flees for her life. Anchorless and alone, she knows she must restore her family’s crumbling honor.

Love can prevail over any obstacle.
Sterling’s only possible ally is the one man she cannot trust: her former fiancé, a notorious rake who harbors his own secrets.

Seeking redemption, Sterling sets out on an epic journey, facing despair, deceits, and danger to discover the truth about her family—and herself.

“Romantic and riveting!” Tamara Shoemaker, author, Guardian of the Vale and Heart of a Dragon series

4 thoughts on “Sterling is Here!

  1. Geoff Holme (@GeoffHolme)

    Geoff Holme
    @GeoffHolme
    #FlashDogs
    Word Count: 100

    The Reluctant Dragon-keeper of Drabenvord

    Oneirodynia had plagued the street shoemaker for days. He sought out Llandryff, the purblind dreamcatcher.

    “Our primitive progenitors considered the spheres in your vision to be thaumatoliths, magic stones, appearing mysteriously each Walden-tide under the waning gibbous moons in the sheltered cove east of Jelador, only to vanish a sennight later.

    “It was Olbanir the Bowman that you envisaged watching the pelagic dragon, Aesaphyl, rise from her saltwater realm and deposit her precious eggs in the silvered sands. He pierced her heart with a diamond-tipped dart.

    Carpe diem, Brac Ethefir, eldest son of Ezzredir! Find these fosterlings and nurture them.”

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  2. Geoff Holme (@GeoffHolme)

    Geoff Holme
    @GeoffHolme
    #FlashDogs
    Word Count: 100

    [ Formatting error – this replaces my previous reply ]

    The Reluctant Dragon-keeper of Drabenvord

    Oneirodynia had plagued the street shoemaker for days. He sought out Llandryff, the purblind dreamcatcher.

    “Our primitive progenitors considered the spheres in your vision to be thaumatoliths, magic stones, appearing mysteriously each Walden-tide under the waning gibbous moons in the sheltered cove east of Jelador, only to vanish a sennight later.

    “It was Olbanir the Bowman that you envisaged watching the pelagic dragon, Aesaphyl, rise from her saltwater realm and deposit her precious eggs in the silvered sands. He pierced her heart with a diamond-tipped dart.

    “Carpe diem, Brac Ethefir, eldest son of Ezzredir! Find these fosterlings and nurture them.”

    Reply

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