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Wicked Blood is now available


You guys... it is finally here!


Woohoo!


Okay, okay, this blog post is going up two days late, and that's totally my fault because I [forgot] have been frantically busy with book launches 'n stuff. But anyway, it's here now.


I present to you: Wicked Blood.


Wicked Blood is the standalone sequel to Wicked Magic. In Wicked Magic, we followed Nathan, teenage vampire hunter, who got himself into magical shenanigans and thusly ran afoul of his highly principled parents. It was a blast to write, and so far readers have really enjoyed it.


I like writing magical tales where everyone is already in the know, because it leaves me room to spin complex plots and develop all the intricate details of the worldbuilding. In that spirit, I decided that book two had to tell the story of one of the side characters in book one, and that character practically danced about waving her hand in the air and shouting, "Pick me!"


That's right, it's Cynthia, shapeshifter extraordinaire. Her family was on the run for her entire life, and she had never met her father. In book two, we'll be hopping over to Berlin, where she travels after finishing school. It doesn't take her long to get in way over her head. There's a bit of romance, a supernatural mystery, and a tonne of Berlin culture. I loved writing it, so much so that I didn't want it to end. In fact, I almost snatched my mum's tablet out of her hand and rewrote the ending before she could read it... but that's another story.


The book is now out. It's exclusive to Amazon, so you can get it here and here only.


You can also check out the Goodreads page to see some of the early reviews.


And don't forget to pick up your copy of Wicked Magic. Both books can be read as standalones, so you're welcome to read Wicked Blood first, but I guarantee you both are a super fun read.


See you in the next post,

Margot

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