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Sunday, March 3, 2019

The Prince's Prisoner by Klarissa King & Isla Jones 💕 Spotlight & EXCLUSIVE eBook Giveaway 💕 (Fantasy Romance)

A dark fae prince. A stolen human girl.
And an unwanted marriage.
Not all beasts can be redeemed...

Callie doesn’t believe in fairy tales. Too bad they believe in her.
The fae whisk Callie and her friend off to be prisoners of an eternal dance. But Callie is stolen again.
Maybe the eternal dance wasn’t so bad after all…
A lethal fae has taken her as his unwilling bride, and she has to balance between life and death in his castle, while finding a way out of the dangerous fae realm. Only, she’s playing games with the Prince of War.
The Prince learns just how far Callie will go to save her friend from a lifetime of torture—and just what she will do to save herself from his clutches.
Callie must escape the wicked prince before she turns from prisoner to prey. But as the prince himself tells her, ‘Sacrifice is no noble thing in the fae realm.’
Everything in the fae realm comes at a price…

The Prince’s Prisoner is a Dark Fae Retelling of the original Beauty and the Beast, and is the second book in the anthology series, Feared Fables. Can be read as a stand-alone. Please be aware of themes.



Book 1 of the anthology series, Feared Fables
A dark re-telling of the old tale, where Red Riding Hood isn't so little, and mightn't be so good after all.
The villagers call her Red.
It's the colour of her lips, her cloak, and the blood that stains her when she returns from the woods.
The villagers call her Red for many reasons, but most of all, they're too afraid to call her what she really is.
But when a wolf stalks the village, Red might be the only one who can save them from the beast...the beast who has his sights set on her already.
Red races against the three days until the full moon to uncover the wolf's identity, find out what he wants from her, and save herself. To hell with the village, Red just wants to save herself.
That's what good witches do.

Red Run is a twisted take on the old tale, with some magic sprinkled onto a young woman's journey to find herself in dark times.
First in the FEARED FABLES series. Soon to come: Second installment, Pestilence, is due for release December 2018. Cover art is now on Goodreads and author Facebook page.
Red Run contains adult content and possibly triggering mentions, such as medieval methods of abortion.


Klarissa King

When not writing, Klarissa can be found in bed poring over a great new release, or reluctantly walking her demanding dogs who pretty much run the house.

She is the writer, Isla Jones. Isla uses the pen-name Klarissa for fantasy, while using Isla Jones for her darker, grittier horror works to help separate the styles and genres for her readers.


Isla Jones

Isla Jones loves a good 'unlikable heroine' (though, she isn't fond of the term). Whether her female protagonists be wicked, cruel, cowardly, cunning, strong, or weak, Isla loves them all. When her characters can fight, it's realistic, and when they can't, they find other ways of getting what they want. "Misplaced love" is a concept that fascinates her, and one that (shock!) only applies to women! So don't be surprised if you read a female character's love for her animals or friends to be stronger than her love for children or RIs.

Isla writes in various versions of English, depending on the setting of the book. One minute she's swimming in the world of Zs, lost in daydreams, tapping into the minds of her characters. Then, she's reading folklore and decides to write a series of unfortunate tales.

Check out her second pen-name, Klarissa King, for some juicy dark fantasy and dangerous reads.


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