Rite to Reign
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Something wicked this way comes…
Willful witches, supernatural sorcerers, cruel queens, and powerful priestesses fall out of favor and rise to rule in this highly sought-after collection of spellbinding stories!
More than 20 award-winning and bestselling authors have come together to curate this bewitching boxed set collection of the best PARANORMAL ROMANCE and URBAN FANTASY books in the genre, each brimming with stories of royal magic.
Journey through worlds of danger and mayhem, where witches and warlocks battle for influence and wizards fight for unrestricted power.
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Featuring Stories from :
USA Today bestselling author Heather Marie Adkins
JJ King writing with Candace Osmond
USA Today bestselling author SJ Davis writing with P. Mattern
USA Today bestselling author Shawna Romkey
USA Today bestselling author Ash Krafton
USA Today bestselling author Christine Ashworth
Colleen S. Myers
Andie M. Long
Alex H. Singh
Carma Haley Shoemaker
Mirren Hogen & Stephanie Barr
From The Cursed Prince by Teresa Roman
Pieces started clicking in to place. These brothers had a very strange preoccupation with magic. That was the for my second invite. Too bad I wasn’t able to indulge their fantasies. “There are no witches in my family if that’s what you’re getting at.”
“How can you be so sure?” Frederic asked. Before I had a chance to answer, Alexander stood up. “Do you hear that?” He looked across the table at me. “Johann Strauss is my favorite. Would you care to dance with me?”
“I … I’m not much of a dancer.”
“Don’t worry about that. I’ll lead, and you follow. You’ll be waltzing in no time.” Before I could protest, he walked up to me and took my hand, leading me away from the table. I felt Nicolai’s eyes on me as I started dancing with his brother, and my cheeks flushed. I focused on Alexander’s feet and mine, trying not to trip. After a few minutes, I grasped the basic steps.
“Come, Nicolai. Take over. You’re the best dancer out of all of us.” Nicolai seemed reluctant.
“Go on,” Frederic urged. “We know how much you enjoy dancing.” He took Alexander’s place. One hand held mine while the other rested on my hip. I felt self-conscious, worried that he’d noticed the sweat on my palm or my lack of dancing skills. He clearly knew what he was doing. Yet somehow, despite my nerves, as we continued to dance everything seemed to fade away. I even managed to ignore the pounding of my heart. It felt like it was just the two of us in that room, even though his brothers hadn’t gone anywhere. A hundred different questions perched themselves on the tip of my tongue, but I couldn’t bring myself to actually ask any of them. When the song was over, Nicolai dropped his hands to his sides and turned to look at his brothers. “There, are the three of you satisfied now?”
People often ask me where I get my book ideas from. The answer is it is so varied. One book idea came partially from some mining houses near where I live (MInE), another series from a joke with a friend about some candy called Camel Balls (The Ball’s series). Last Rites was a book that had been in my mind for a long time. Originally my idea was to call it Diversion. I knew I wanted it to be about a girl coming into her magical powers and I knew a car accident was at the centre of it. When travelling to my sister’s house, I have to drive down a winding lane, and once there had been a crash there. It’s in the middle of the countryside so if you can imagine lots of greenery and then a concrete snake in the middle of it all. It was a wintery day and the place looked other-worldly and the idea came to me. What if a crash happened but you could go back and prevent it from happening? I wrote about a thousand words of it and then other character’s voices shouted louder and the book was put to one side. That was around three years ago…
Since that time two other things happened. One was a Taylor Swift song called Wildest Dreams. In it are the words.
“Say you’ll remember me, standing in a nice dress, staring at the sunset.”
The song brought to mind my witch, standing at the side of the crashed car, looking at someone, before she jumped from the hill and disappeared, a flowing gown billowing around her. Again this all stayed in my head.
Next, in a pre-made group I am in, a lady called JC Clarke posted a pre-made. Of a woman lying on the ground wearing a blue gown. I just knew, this was the cover for that book. I claimed it for my own. Then waited.
A box set call came out for a set called Rite to Reign. Stories of royal witches. I looked at the description and realised it was the exact fit for the story that had been in my head for all that time, and I wrote it. The sense of achievement of that book finally being written feels amazing. I’d like to say it’s made some space in that mind of mine, but I’m a writer, and there’s always more in there than I know what to do with. But, the story is now real, and can be read. Well, on the 11 December…? So pre-order RITE TO REIGN today. I hope you enjoy my story. Andie xo
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