New York Times bestselling author G.A. Aiken is acclaimed for her addictive fantasies filled with fierce female heroes, lovable families, and plenty of unpredictable magic. That's why we're thrilled for The Blacksmith Queen, the first book in her new fantasy romance series The Scarred Earth Saga. Set in the same world as Aiken's hit Dragon Kin series, The Blacksmith Queen follows a bloody battle for an empty throne and the blacksmith who must forge a rag-tag army to save her younger sister from the vengeful royal family.
Together with Kensington Publishing, The Portalist is giving away two copies of The Blacksmith Queen to five lucky winners! Give the second copy to a friend and share an adventure in the Land of the Black Hills.
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About the book:
The Blacksmith Queen
When a prophesy brings war to the Land of the Black Hills, Keeley Smythe must join forces with a clan of mountain warriors who are really centaurs in a thrilling new fantasy romance series from New York Times bestselling author G.A. Aiken.
The Old King Is Dead
With the demise of the Old King, there’s a prophesy that a queen will ascend to the throne of the Black Hills. Bad news for the king’s sons, who are prepared to defend their birthright against all comers. But for blacksmith Keeley Smythe, war is great for business. Until it looks like the chosen queen will be Beatrix, her younger sister. Now it’s all Keeley can do to protect her family from the enraged royals.
Luckily, Keeley doesn’t have to fight alone. Because thundering to her aid comes a clan of kilt-wearing mountain warriors called the Amichai. Not the most socially adept group, but soldiers have never bothered Keeley, and rough, gruff Caid, actually seems to respect her. A good thing because the fierce warrior will be by her side for a much longer ride than any prophesy ever envisioned …
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