Howdy folks. We’re finally into October. You can feel the crispness in the air, it’s staying dark longer and you can tell there is mischief around the corner. There’s no better time than now to get lost in a darker fantasy.
We’ve got a treat for you. If you’ve been following us for the last couple of months, you’ve no doubt seen the works of Tiffany Shand. Her Tales of the Ithereal series was very well received, and you can pick up the whole box set on Amazon for a ridiculously low price. Shand isn’t showing any signs of stopping though. She’s got a new book out that you’re sure to dig.
Memories Lost is a tale of finding yourself, and embracing who you are. It’s a slightly darker tale than the Tales of Ithereal books, but Shand slides into it with ease. Her new characters, Zoe and Nick, are easy to like and you’ll find yourself eager to see what’s next for them. Read on to get a feel for the first book in the Fey Guardian Series.
Life is tough when you don’t know who or what you are
Zoe Finn has no memory of the first ten years of her life and struggles to find out who she is, and where she comes from. While Zoe battles with her inner demons, and against the world, a handsome stranger is going to change the course of her life.
Nick Trevelyan is the last guardian and enforces the law of the council of races – the Circle. Only he can help her find the answers she desperately seeks. While Zoe investigates the deaths of psychics, she is going to discover the dark secrets of her own past. Will she find out about her unusual abilities? And will the cruel world of fey let her know who she really is?
Shand has already done a phenomenal job displaying her affinity for fantasy. Her catalog keeps growing by leaps and bounds, and Memories Lost is a great addition to it. It’s an adventure that you’ll want to be a part of, and with every turn of the page, you’ll be eager to see it through. This book opens up a brand new world of stories from the author, and it’ll be great to be along for the ride. Check out Memories Lost on Amazon today. You can also pick it up on Nook, Kobo, and a couple other places here.