The sequel to Rebel Princess, Rebel Priestess follows heartbroken Lucy as she tries to find a place back home in Iskendar.
“How dare you enter my chambers! I will have you thrown in prison for... More > this, you filthy pervert!”
The words were out of her mouth before she had truly taken in the woman standing before her. She was an older woman, at least as old as Rael, but she was far more tanned, as if she'd spent a lifetime out in the sun. Deep blue eyes gazed at Lucy under shoulder length straight blonde hair, and Lucy saw that the woman did not wear a guardsman's uniform, but rather a form fitting dark leather ensemble that showed her slim, neat form off to perfection. About her waist, was a thick belt laden with throwing knives, stars, vials of various liquids and bags of powders that Lucy did not recognize. Lucien's insignia was emblazoned over the left breast of the outfit however, and Lucy realized that this must be the bodyguard her Uncle had warned her about.< Less
In a fractured land fought over by petty kings, the Sisterhood, a powerful organization of women lead by the enigmatic Superior sees all and controls all. Except for Cody, a wicked initiate who... More > spends her days flouting authority wherever she finds it.
Mistress Layne hopes to subdue Cody to the useful and the good by mild degrees, but even beautiful Layne has problems of her own in the form of Grizelda, a hard as nails senior Mistress whose callused hands have seen more hard work and hard times than pretty pampered Layne and bratty young Cody could ever have imagined.
When Cody and Layne are faced with Grizelda's harsh authoritarian regime, something has to give. Who will bend, who will break and who will beg for forgiveness?< Less
This sweeping trilogy follows the life and times of Rogue, a young noblewoman born in a land where young noblewomen are expected to make meek and subservient wives.
One of the few women born to the... More > totem of the serpent, a wild and unpredictable totem with powers deemed suitable only for men, Rogue rebels against her father's arranged match with Lord Drexler and escapes into the countryside only to discover the bitter truth that escape does not always mean freedom and that not all responsibilities can be hidden from forever.
Rogue's ultimate fate is not the tyranny of male domination but the firm hand of Lady Mari Drexler and her female warrior companions who have little time or patience for a young brat like Rogue. As the House of Drexler struggles to maintain its holdings against rival kingdoms, Rogue must learn to obey, or face the consequences.
(168 pages / 33 chapters.)
(This trilogy contains Rogue the Serpent, Blood of the Rogue and Rogue's Rebellion.)< Less