ETA: The summary I’ve posted here was on Anne Bishop’s web site at one time; it has since been taken down.
From Anne Bishop’s web site:
Daemon, the Black Jeweled Warlord Prince of Dhemlan, is settling into his first year of married life with his Witch Queen Jaenelle. But as the thirteen-day celebration of Winsol draws near, Daemon finds himself being pulled in too many directions as he plays host to his formidable family…
Shades of Honor
Still recovering from the ordeal that left her wounded and angry, Surreal returns to Ebon Rih on the orders of Prince Lucivar. And when her former lover Falonar ruthlessly challenges the rule of her family, Surreal may finally succumb to the darkness burning inside her…
When someone lays a vicious trap for Queen Sylvia and her sons, the fallout completely disrupts the lives of the ruling family of Dhemlan. Now, they have to uncover the identity of the warlord known only as No Face, before he returns to finish what he started…
The High Lord’s Daughter
After losing the two most important people in his life, Daemon has assumed his father Saetan’s role as High Lord of Hell and built a wall around his heart. But when he inadvertently forges a new connection, will it be enough to break him free from his loveless life?
First off, a huge thank you to Lurv a la Mode for posting the cover of Twilight’s Dawn! I normally troll Ms. Bishop’s site weekly for updates, but apparently I’ve been lax – and just when I shouldn’t have been, too!
Second, the brief summaries have left me somewhat shaken. Worried. Especially the one for “The High Lord’s Daughter.” I read that and my mind raced in a very bad direction; I hope I am so far off, I’ll be forced to laugh at my own foolishness after reading the story. I just hope my stomach can stand the gnawing uncertainty until March of 2011. I can’t stand the thought of…
No. Not going there.
Quite frankly, if I knew how to contact someone at Roc, I’d beg. At this point, I’m certainly not above that.