Hello my little samurai kitties! I've got a new release to feature today, this time for my Twitter pal Amalia Dillin. So here's a bit about the book, and the pretty cover!

Taming Fate

Fate of the Gods #2.5

For the first time in her many lives, Eve would rather be anywhere but home.

TAMING FATE coverIn 15th Century France, Eve would have burned as a witch if it hadn’t been for the too-timely arrival of the Marquis DeLeon to save her skin. But Eve didn’t ask to be rescued, and their hasty marriage is off to anything but a smooth start. As tensions in the town grow and plague threatens, Ryam DeLeon knows if he and Eve cannot find common ground, their first Christmas may be their last.

*Previously published in the anthology A Winter’s Enchantment.

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Praise for Fate of the Gods

“This story was absolutely amazing. It’s like nothing I’ve read before … a complete game changer. You won’t be able to deny that Miss Dillin is a genius.”

— Parajunkee Reviews

“Inspired! An amazing fantasy world.”

Book Chick City

“I was hooked!”

— Jeep Diva Reviews

“Amalia Dillin is a fresh, exciting voice!”

— Saranna DeWylde, author of the 10 Days series

“A unique, hauntingly beautiful story.”

— JC Andrijeski, author of the Allie’s War series

“Forged by Fate is a beautiful, sweeping story. I couldn’t put it out of my mind for days.”

—Trisha Leigh, author of The Last Year series

About the Author

Amalia Dillin began as a Biology major before taking Latin and falling in love with old heroes and older gods. After that, she couldn't stop writing about them, with the occasional break for more contemporary subjects. Her short stories have been published by Daily Science Fiction and Birdville magazine, and she's also the author of the FATE OF THE GODS series and HONOR AMONG ORCS, the first book in the Orc Saga. Amalia lives in upstate New York with her husband, and dreams of the day when she will own goats — to pull her chariot through the sky, of course.

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