Friday, March 18, 2022

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TITLE: Royal Captive (Fate of Eyrinthia #3)

GENRE: YA Fantasy Romance

RELEASE DAY: March 18, 2022



A DECOY trapped in a dangerous lie

A SERJAH searching for the truth

A PRINCE caught in a deadly game

A WORLD choked by secrets

Abducted during a devastating ambush, Clare is now the captive of ruthless mercenaries. Dragged through the wilderness while grieving heart-rending loss, she must maintain the illusion that she is the princess. Because if she lets the mask slip, even for a moment, the Mortisians will have no reason to keep her alive.

After arresting traitors close to the crown, Desfan fights to rebuild his court, knowing that the imminent arrival of the Devendran princess will further upset the precarious balance in Mortise. But Desfan’s world is rocked when he discovers a rumor that rewrites the most devastating event in his life. He will stop at nothing to find the truth–no matter where it leads.

As Grayson struggles to find his footing in Mortise, he discovers new friends and enemies. His life is further complicated by the tenuous alliance with his spymaster brother. With secrets deepening around him, Grayson must decide where his loyalties truly lie. Through it all, his heart remains in Ryden with Mia. Unfortunately, his love for her is no secret, and the Black Hand is a coveted weapon . . .

Eyrinthia holds its breath as allies and enemies collide. Secrets. Lies. Betrayals. Nothing will be the same.


Heather Frost has once again weaved a story in this continuing series with romance, action, intrigue and twisted and turns that will keep you glued to the story til the last page!

Excerpt from Royal Captive –

“Exciting times at your palace lately,” Zadir drawled.

The pirate reclined in his seat, looking perfectly at ease talking with the future serjan of Mortise. The man was in his middle years, his beard thick and black. He was built a little stocky, and a grin twisted in his beard more often than not. For a criminal, he was quite decent. He had a moral code, such as it was, and Desfan was perfectly content to work with the infamous pirate.

He could always arrest him later.

Desfan pulled out a chair across from the pirate captain and sat, Karim following suit beside him. “My life is generally more exciting than I’d like,” he said.

“And yet you claim to bore easily.”


“An enigma is our serjah.”

The men chuckled, and Desfan ordered two drinks. As the serving maid walked away, he pulled out a heavy purse and dropped it onto the table. “For your services to the crown.”

“Not a phrase I’ve heard before.” Zadir lifted the purse and tossed it to the man beside him. “Count it, Whistler.”

Desfan quirked a brow. “You don’t trust me?”

“I don’t trust anyone. It’s how I’m still alive.” Zadir folded his arms across his broad chest. “I admit, I was sorry to hear my findings reached you too late.”

“Jamal was stopped. That’s what matters.”

“Him and half your council, it sounds like.”

“Various crimes.” Desfan shrugged. “Politics.”

“Nasty business.”

“And pirating isn’t?” Karim asked.

Zadir smiled. “At least pirating is fun.”




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About the Story: 

When Wilf steps in for Bennick’s father during an important rite of passage at the military academy, he gets more than he bargained for. Eleven-year-old Bennick has a fight to pick with another student—a boy named Venn Grannard . . .

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Heather Frost is the author of the Seers trilogy and the Fate of Eyrinthia series. Her books have been Whitney Award Finalists and Swoony Award Finalists. She has a BS in Creative Writing and a minor in Folklore, which means she got to read fairy tales and ghost stories and call it homework. When she's not writing, Heather likes to read, travel, and hold Lord of the Rings movie marathons. She lives in a beautiful valley surrounded by towering mountains in northern Utah. To learn more about Heather and her books, visit her website: 

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