Now available for pre-order

A tale of smuggling, espionage and romance set amidst the mists and mysteries of Romney Marsh. Follow master-swordsman, Adam Brandon … and discover Camilla Edgerton-Foxe’s secret talent. And meet master-of-disguise Rainham and Finch, possibly the worst valet in the world.

Pre-order now from Amazon and Smashwords – also very soon from Barnes & Noble, Kobo and Apple as well.

Under a Dark Moon will be released on March 27th

A B.R.A.G Medallion for THE KING’S FALCON!

A tale of war and witchcraft … plots and playhouses … love and loyalty.

Charles the Second’s attempt to reclaim his throne ends in a crushing defeat at Worcester.  With only the clothes on their backs, Ashley Peverell and Francis Langley flee to Paris where Ashley, known to some as the Falcon, resumes his secret work for the King.

Beautiful and street-wise, Athenais de Galzain has risen from the slums of Paris to become the city’s leading actress … but along with success comes the attention of a powerful nobleman, accustomed to taking what he wants.

Ashley and Athenais are drawn together with the force of two stars colliding. Ashley has two priorities; to guard the King from a plot hatched in London … and to protect Athenais from the man who would destroy her.  Both will test him to the limits.

The King’s Falcon follows the Cavaliers’ last crusade and poverty-stricken exile whilst taking us behind the scenes in the playhouse.  There is danger, intrigue, romance … and more than one glimpse into darkness.

For those who have asked … the paperback of MIDWINTER MAGIC will be released on Dec 6th along with the e-book.

I have chosen to produce Midwinter Magic in the same 6 x 9 format as the previous Rockliffe books so that it will match when standing alongside them. Inevitably, this means that its 150 page spine looks very slender – but it is a novella and, in print, the cover art looks terrific!

HUZZAH!

A B.R.A.G. MEDALLION FOR HAZARD!

Well done Aristide & Genevieve and Nicholas & Madeleine!

This is another excellent book. I love how the storyline revolves around a few people, but others from previous books are there to enhance the story. Will definitely read more of Stella Riley’s books. A book / series worth recommending!B.R.A.G. reviewer