Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Cover Reveal: Bound Gods: Pandora’s Heart Book #10 By Adrienne Wilder

Cover artist: Adrienne Wilder
Bound Gods: Pandora’s Heart Book #10
By Adrienne Wilder
Release: Late spring 2019
Her Highest Honor has one last chance to save her son.

A creature who could rain destruction down on the world.

A beast all gods fear.

A Titan.

And all she needs is a god who is not a god.

A god who loves as a Doxie.

A god with a heart of fire.

It's the kind of story legends are made from.

There's only one problem.

It's all a lie.

This series is best enjoyed when read in order. Grab Bound Gods: The Chimera Book #1 https://amzn.to/2PQPuwT

The Bound Gods Series
Throughout history, there have been people who have survived the impossible.

Individuals with abilities that border on the paranormal. People who see themselves as untouchable. Going so far as to call themselves gods.

To gain immortality, they consume ambrosia.

But the older the god, the more ambrosia they need.

And no god can stop taking it once they've had it on their tongue.

In order to meet their need, they must use the bodies of young men, Doxies, who

are born with the ability to produce the nectar once they take the flower.

A honey made richer with pain and fear.

Doxies have no rights.

But they are not slaves. 

They are objects to be owned.

They are guarded, protected. 

They are the god's greatest treasure.

About the Author:
Georgia born and bred, I am an artist, a writer, and a general pain in the ass.

I spend most of my days working on my next book or designing cover art for other writers. For stress relief, I do Olympic lifting and occasionally run (but hate it). I have been in love with writing since I was very young but it wasn't until recently that I decided to pursue it as a profession.

I have experimented in several genres and found that since I identify as male, male romance has been the most comfortable for me to write. I don't discriminate in my books. All characters are fair game. I do, however, prefer a happy ending at some level.

I don't write the standard romance book. Some might even argue that what I write isn't romance at all. Personally, I think of them as love stories, where even in a fantastical world, there are realistic outcomes to the obstacles the characters face.

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