Deborah Jay is a wonderful and prolific fantasy writer/author. She recently wrote a short and engaging prequel to her series – The Prince’s Man and The Prince’s Son, called, The Spy and The Lady.
Deborah hasn’t published this book, rather, she is offering it as a free download if you subscribe to her newsletter. And as she comments on her signup form, “I’m an infrequent mailer, so no overloading of your mailbox, I promise.” You may want to sign up to keep abreast of the many promotions she shares of her own books and of other’s as well as other goodies such as this book offer.
I can assure you, if you’re a fantasy genre lover this book will hook you and have you dashing off to Amazon to start reading The Prince’s Man.
Ex-spy, Rustam Chalice, never could resist a lady in peril, and this one’s up to her pretty eyelashes.
Getting into the outlaws’ camp isn’t so tricky, but how come the rogues don’t seem that motivated by promise of a rich ransom? And why does the lady not appear enthusiastic about escaping?
Think ‘James Bond meets Lord of the Rings’
Rustam Chalice, dance tutor, gigolo and spy, loves his life just the way it is. So when the kingdom he serves is threatened from within, he leaps into action. Only trouble is, the spy master, Prince Hal, teams him up with an untouchable aristocratic assassin who despises him.
And to make matters worse, she’s the most beautiful woman in the Five Kingdoms.
Plunged into a desperate journey over the mountains, the mismatched pair struggle to survive deadly wildlife, the machinations of a spiteful god – and each other.
They must also keep alive a sickly elf they need as a political pawn. But when the elf reveals that Rustam has magic of his own, he is forced to question his identity, his sanity and worst, his loyalty to his prince.
For in Tyr-en, all magic users are put to death.
Award winning novel, THE PRINCE’S MAN is a sweeping tale of spies and deadly politics, inter-species mistrust and magic phobia, with an underlying thread of romance.
What readers are saying
“Book 1 in the five kingdoms series is a sensational creation that blends together sweeping epic fantasy with a thoroughly modern edge to it. The mix of spellbinding romance with a dark mystery, made me feel like I was reading a Robin Hobb novel – -and yet something quite different.” Lucinda
“Randomly browsing thru newer ebooks and came across this gem. Was delightfully surprised after reading the description “Think James Bond meets Lord of the Rings” which intrigued me to no end, to find that this was exactly how I perceived the book” R Lewis
“Reminiscent of Game of Thrones, this delightful fantasy will hold your attention from beginning to end.” Rhoda D’Etorre
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