Live forever, not trust forever. When covert alignments, mistrust, mistakes, and regrets dominate every day life, you need a CHOSEN. While it’s good to trust, you must also trust the right person.
My heroes live forever, and need trustworthy Chosen companions. But what if one of them was not what you thought? What if the person you loved didn’t love you? Would you want to live forever surrounded by traitors? Who wants to live forever — all alone? No one. Therefore, you need someone to trust.
What it means to be CHOSEN
Called to serve
Honored to protect
Obedient to the vow
Safeguards of the truth
Enablers of life
Neutralizers of threats
In the secret society of the Chosen, a group of mortals who serve the immortal Sempervians, being gay or straight is no different from being brown-eyed or blue-eyed. No one notices or cares. But disloyalty among the Chosen is punishable by death, and in this trilogy, everyone’s loyalty is questioned.
Covert alignments, mistrust, mistakes, and regrets pepper the playing field. Both the Chosen and the Sempervians harbor enemies and spies within their ranks — some known and tolerated, others concealed behind layers so convoluted eternity isn’t long enough to figure them out. When you factor in multiple allegiances and aliases, knowing who to trust takes on a whole new level of danger — especially if you live forever.
When I wrote the Tales of the Chosen (Wulf, Alitus, and Jawk) I knew the books lived in a much larger universe. Now, several new books in that same universe mean change.
The Chosen series, with its significant plot points make vital reading. Readers who don’t want explicit content will not even know what they missed. Readers asked for these stories in a less hot version.
Once I edit the three books to make them more mainstream, the sweeter versions will merge into an anthology. I’ll keep the Chosen boxed set as well — with the erotic content for those who like it hot. In addition, each set will contain An Immortal’s Guide to Tarth.
I will take the individual books out of print forever once that new set releases, later this summer or early fall.
In the meantime, I’m putting them on sale. In June, pick up Wulf for free. The two sequels, Alitus and Jawk, cost only 99 cents each. The boxed set includes a fourth book, An Immortals Guide to Tarth ($2.99). Unlike my Sempervians, these prices won’t live forever, because on July 1st, prices revert to $2.99 each. Grab them now if you want hot romance at a good price. After this fall, the individual books go away.
Where to find the Chosen
If you want the boxed set, this is where to find it. If you want the individual books (because, say — you already own Wulf) then you want the links after this.
Barnes and Noble http://bit.ly/totcset-bnn
The boxed set not available in print.