I’m excited to be hosting one of my fellow Solstice Publishing author’s, KateMarie Collins, on her blog tour for her newest release, Son of Corse.
By KateMarie Collins
It’s been almost two years since Arwenna banished the Demon Corse from her world. Life has been good. Idyllic, almost.
The illusion is shattered in a heartbeat during her sister’s wedding. Not only are once-dead enemies back, but they’ve stolen Arwenna’s only child, Sera.
The price Arwenna will have to pay to save her daughter is high. Can she muster the strength to make a pact that jeopardizes not just her own soul, but that of an entire world?
“I like that idea. But we cannot let your friend have his toy yet. I have need of her still. Make sure he knows he doesn’t get her until I’m finished.” A hand reached out, playing with the end of Senyan’s hair. The muscles in his neck tightened slightly at the touch. “I’ve made all the arrangements. You will be going back in the morning. Do what you must to bring Bohrs back to help you. Once he is raised, go back to the cavern near the lake. You know how to find it. I’ve been busy down there. I’ll finish giving you both your orders there.” Corse paused, deliberately shifting on the couch so to tempt Senyan with Mialee’s lush body.
Senyan nodded his agreement, his mind busy with plans of his own. Recognizing the shift in Corse, he spoke quietly over the rim of his goblet. “Anything else you need from me tonight?” His ice blue eyes met red ones, both understanding the question and answer.
Born in the late 60’s, KateMarie has lived most of her life in the Pacific NW. While she’s always been creative, she didn’t turn towards writing until 2008. She found a love for the craft. With the encouragement of her husband and two daughters, she started submitting her work to publishers. When she’s not taking care of her family, KateMarie enjoys attending events for the Society for Creative Anachronism. The SCA has allowed her to combine both a creative nature and love of history. She currently resides with her family and three cats in what she likes to refer to as “Seattle Suburbia”.