THE BRIDGE & SWORD COLLECTION
(Books #1-3 Plus Bonus Prequel Novel)
THE BRIDGE & SWORD COLLECTION (Books #1-3 Plus Prequel Novel), is now on sale and available on Kindle Unlimited! :)
If you haven't checked out this series yet, now's a great time to get introduced to this world and these characters, with the first three books and the prequel now being offered at a discounted price in the set.
For those who HAVE read the books, I would love it if you would leave a review! It's perfectly fine to just copy and paste a review you've already written for one of the four books (ROOK, SHIELD, SWORD or NEW YORK). Amazon is fine with only reviewing one of the books in a boxed set. :)
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Box Set Description
The first three novels, plus a full-length bonus prequel novel, in the gritty, epic, apocalyptic science fantasy romance series, BRIDGE AND SWORD, starring psychic assassin seer, Revik, and and his partner and leader of the seer resistance, Allie Taylor.
Includes the following books:
NEW YORK (A Bridge & Sword Prequel)
ROOK (Bridge & Sword #1)
SHIELD (Bridge & Sword #2)
SWORD (Bridge & Sword #3)
Description of NEW YORK (A Bridge & Sword Prequel Novel):
Born in a cyber world. Hunted by an ancient cult.
Allie Taylor lives in a world populated by seers, a second race discovered on Earth.
Psychic, hyper-sexual and enslaved by governments, corporations and wealthy humans, seers are an exotic fascination to Allie, but one she knows she’ll likely never encounter, given how rich you have to be to get near one.
Then her boyfriend has a band concert in New York.
In New York, seers are already visible fixtures on the sex club and business scene. During her trip, Allie survives a terrorist attack, sees seers tasered on the street, deals with boyfriend troubles and someone leaving her cryptic and creepy notes. Weirder still, a tall, black-haired guy with strangely colorless eyes keeps showing up everywhere Allie goes.
When a bizarre seer religious cult targets Allie for an end of the world ritual, her visit goes from bewildering to quite probably fatal.
Description of ROOK (Bridge & Sword #1):
In a world populated by a second race, having the wrong blood can be deadly.
Raised human, Allie lives in a version of Earth populated by seers.
Psychics enslaved by governments, corporations and wealthy humans, seers are an exotic fascination, one Allie knows she’ll likely never encounter in person, given how rich you have to be to get near one.
Then members of rival seer factions show up at her work.
Soon Allie finds herself on the run from the law, labeled a terrorist and in the middle of a race war she didn’t even know existed.
When Revik tells Allie she’s the Bridge, a mystical being meant to usher in the evolution of humanity––or possibly its extinction––Allie must choose between the race that raised her and the one where she might truly belong.
Description of SHIELD (Bridge & Sword #2):
“And Death will live among them in the guise of a child…”
Grappling with her new identity as “Bridge,” a being meant to end all humanity, isn’t even Allie’s biggest problem.
A new set of rules around Seer culture and her relationship with the infamous Seer infiltrator, Revik, keep getting her in trouble. Plus, the power-hungry Rook she put in the White House just started a war with China.
Then the boy appears.
A sociopath with all of the energetic markings of Syrimne, a deadly telekinetic who killed thousands during World War I, he doesn’t appear to have aged in one hundred years.
Worse, he thinks Allie belongs to him.
Description of SWORD (Bridge & Sword #3):
“I was now, officially, a real terrorist…”
After losing her husband, Allie fights to prevent the human and seer worlds from exploding into all-out war.
But her husband, Revik, isn’t really gone.
Instead he’s transformed into someone she barely knows.
Now they’re on opposites sides of a racial war––a war he wants to see play out, a war he’s ready for, and worse, one he’s already fighting.
Compromise with him might be impossible, but it also might be the only way she can save him from himself.
It might also be the only way to keep him from killing everyone she loves.