Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Trelloran Seduction by Georgia Carter Mathers ...

Trelloran Seduction

The Making of a Goddess Book 1
by Georgia Carter Mathers

Fantasy Paranormal Romance
Release Date: December 16, 2016
Publisher: Painless Editing and Publishing
Cover Artist: Nada Backovic

It begins on the 300th day of 2195 on Volen . . .

There is no such thing as an individual. All the humans think of themselves as units with predetermined roles, and they do not grow old with their lovers. The females are sacrificed when they turn thirty, leaving their male counterparts behind.

Princess Kaitlau is a nymph who can take any form. She is also a refugee. She came to Volen through the charmed window after escaping her prison on Trellora.

King Ganim, the vampire who is thought to have created Kaitlau, must be punished. She had thought he loved her as a father, but that could not be. Although he was never present in the chamber, the king had ordered the priests to repeatedly rape her. Merely punishing her father is not enough. She wants him dead. It will be done.

Kaitlau has been observing a particular rebel killing priests on Volen. He is just the one to help her. But feelings for the rebel start to emerge when he agrees to carry out her assassination plans, and gradually as they work together, love begins to matter more than revenge. 



About the author

Georgia Carter Mathers finds it hard to describe why she writes. She only knows that she must write. She has been writing on and off since her teens. Always self-conscious, Georgia is enthralled by the world of stories. She holds a degree in Psychology, an Associate Degree in Creative Writing and is currently studying publishing. She loves reading, and she loves writing, especially when her characters argue with her. Georgia lives in Sydney with her husband and son, and she enjoys being able to sleep when she's not busy writing down her dreams and/or nightmares.




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Available as a print book December 16, 2016. 
The e-book will be launched in March 2017.

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