Book One: The Assassin’s Bride
As the one person granted entry to the throne room, she’s now implicated in his murder. The assassin who killed him can help her escape the gallows… for a price.
After all, Thea’s no simple seamstress. As a Threadmancer, she can sew power into garments—including forbidden illusory magic that could allow the king’s alarmingly charming killer to escape forever.
In return for his aid, Gil asks for nothing but these illusions. But as they flee under the guise of being newlyweds, Thea realizes the motives behind his actions may be darker than anything she ever imagined, and two problems come to light:
No matter how dangerous the truth is, she’s not afraid of him… and she might be falling in love.
The Assassin’s Bride is a sweet high fantasy romance that delivers a whole story with a happily-ever-after ending on its own. While generally clean, it is a story about an assassin and contains action and violence on a level similar to the Lord of the Rings films.
Book Two: The Spymaster’s Prize
Now Elia is one of only two witnesses in the disappearance of her friend, and Cass, the surly woodsman who aided her escape, has only one goal: to get her home safely and wash his hands of the whole ordeal.
Elia knows they can rescue her friend, if she can only convince Cass to help—and no matter how prickly he may be, he can’t resist her sunshiny ways. But when her plea for the crown’s assistance results in her rescuer crossing blades with the king, it becomes clear Cass is more than a mere woodsman.
To spare his life, a deal is made, and Elia’s new job is simple: Follow Cass, discover his secrets… and avoid falling in love in the process.
The Spymaster’s Prize is a fantasy romance with no spice, but contains high action and some combat violence. It is a full stand-alone story with a happily-ever-after ending of its own, though readers may enjoy the additional context provided by previous Artisan Magic books.
Book Three: The Artificer’s Wife
These aren’t the words Rilion thought would define his life when he agreed to attend a wedding, but the moment he stops the assassination of his dearest friend, he knows he’s in too deep to deny it. Now he’s caught between two countries who should have been allies, and the deadly woman he must escort home is more enticing than he’d like to admit.
Aedi swore revenge on the king who had her sister killed, but Rilion’s interference could be a blessing in disguise. With his gift as an Artificer, able to sense and manipulate artisan magic in ways no other mage can, there’s no one better to help her navigate the trap-filled castle and treachery that await her at home.
Securing his assistance is easy. He’ll aid her in exchange for help infiltrating the royal library, where he can clear his best friend’s name. But as they begin to unravel the secrets behind her sister’s death, two new dangers come to light: Whoever killed Aedi’s sister is after her next… and the growing bond between them might be too much to ignore.
The Artificer’s Wife is a fantasy romance with no spice, but contains high action and some combat violence. It is a full stand-alone story with a happily-ever-after ending of its own, though readers may enjoy the additional context provided by previous Artisan Magic books.
Will there be more books?
Maybe! It depends on how much you like these.
If you enjoyed the Artisan Magic books, send me an email and let me know who you think deserves a happily-ever-after next.