New Release: Steal the Sun by Lexi Blake (Paranormal Romance)

by | April 15, 2014

Bestselling author Lexi Blake has released Steal the Sun, a Thieves novel, published by DLZ Entertainment.

Zoey thought she would never have to choose, but to save one husband, she will have to betray the other…

As Zoey Donovan-Quinn first sets foot in the faery homeland of her beloved Devinshea, life is perfect. Her enemy is defeated, her heart is full, and Neil and Sarah are at her side. Daniel and Dev are happy, so their visit to the sithein should be a pleasant honeymoon full of wonder and joy. Well, except for the part where Zoey needs to steal an ancient gem from the Queen of Faery in order to prevent Louis Marini from killing Daniel.

Reunited with her whole crew, stealing the magical artifact should be relatively easy, but unknown to Zoey, Dev, and Daniel, there are dark forces gathering against them. As her search for the Blood Stone gets underway, Zoey makes a startling discovery that will change her life, and Dev and Daniel’s forever.

When her new enemy finally strikes at Zoey from the shadows, her newfound happiness is shattered, and to avenge the horrific attack, Dev prepares his mother’s kingdom for war. Recovering from the attempt on her life, Zoey and Daniel desperately search for the stone and in the process unmask the real monster behind the assault.

Stopping the real threat, and saving Daniel, will force Zoey to choose sides in an epic war between the Seelie and Unseelie Fae, even if it means betraying Dev and his people.

The Lady Scribe’s Notes: I’ve been watching out for this novel since I noticed it in preorders about three months ago. Time hasn’t been a kind mistress, so I’m almost a month late in looking at the book, but between the blurb and the sample, this is definitely one I’m still interested in.

The cover is what initially attracted my attention to the book. I find the colors and layout extremely appealing. Then I noticed the description, which tells of a woman with two husbands. This is definitely unique, and the conservative side of me recoiled a bit. That side of me was promptly squashed beneath my heel. 

This is a paranormal romance, so expect all of the things that fall under the genre.

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