Book Launch: The King’s Mistress



A couple of weeks ago, Rachel Leigh Smith joined me to chat about her upcoming novel, The King’s Mistress, sequel to My Name is A’yen. Well, today is the day the book goes live! I for one cannot wait to read it.


Freedom has a cost. Can A’yen pay it without losing his soul?

Liberation of the enslaved Lokmane begins with the king. A’yen and Fae agree to visit the Hidden, a group of escaped Lokmane, to protect his identity while the Shadows make their move with emancipation acts. But he’s not prepared for the prejudice rampant in the Hidden, or their lack of patience for him. And his new linked bodyguard is unstable to the point A’yen fears for the young man’s sanity.

Upon returning to Titan, A’yen is kidnapped and taken to the largest breeding farm in the galaxy. This time he’ll be himself even if it kills him. His resolve to unite his people grows as he wonders if he’ll live long enough to do it.

With A’yen kidnapped, Fae returns to the Lokmane homeworld seeking the final pieces of what happened two thousand years ago when they were conquered and enslaved. Getting as far away from her father as possible is the only way to keep her from disappearing too.

Separated by light years, A’yen and Fae have to stand alone and fight for their right to live in freedom. No matter the cost.

If you go to Rachel’s author page here on the blog, you can follow the links there to purchase a copy of the book.

Please note: I am not being paid or coerced to advertise for Rachel. I read My Name is A’yen (brilliant book), and I genuinely wish more people could read these fantastic books.


About Laurel C Kriegler

A born and bred South African, I was educated at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa, where I graduated with an Honours Degree (post-graduate) in Economics at the end of 2001. After spending several years gaining work experience in the UK, I returned to South Africa to get married. It was during the ensuing period that my pursuits of writing and editing took hold.
This entry was posted in Books, Sparky's Fireplace. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Book Launch: The King’s Mistress

Comments are closed.