Unfortunately, it's not the final volume of the Time Captives, which is what I REALLY want to read, but it is a companion book set in the same world, but a different country.
About the Book:
“Sir Roland has invited us to visit for the Autumn Feast.”
“Do we have to go, Papa? I couldn’t feast with the most crooked politician in all of Briznom.”
As the daughter of a Briznomian vassal lord, Vannie Cumberland has spent her childhood immersed in the world of politics. Relations between Briznom and the neighboring country of Calhortz are strained due to the tyrannical rule of the strytes. A proposed alliance could calm relations between the two countries, but would come at the cost of Briznom’s freedom.
When her father’s political archenemy invites them to the Autumn Feast, Vannie uncovers an evil scheme endangering the life of someone close to her. Personal enmity comes to a dangerous head as Vannie struggles to expose the corruption and stop the alliance. Time is running out.
Events are becoming too big for her to handle. Will Sir Roland’s son help or will things finally spiral out of control?
Espionage, A Companion to Time Captives, will be released on May 16th, 2016. Stay tuned on Morgan’s blog and Facebook page for more information and sneak peeks.
About the Author
Morgan Elizabeth Huneke is a homeschool graduate who lives in Georgia. She has enjoyed creating characters and writing stories since early childhood. Her other interests include reading, playing the piano and violin, and politics. She is the author of Across the Stars and The Experiment as well as the Time Captives fantasy trilogy.
You can connect with Morgan on her website, blog, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Instagram, and Pinterest.
What are some of the inspirations for this book?
Primarily a dream I had. Almost entirely from that dream, actually. I woke up from it with a plot, characters, title, and cover. I never get a package deal like that. I’m sure being involved in politics since age 8 played a part in the inspiration process as well.
When will I be able to read the final Time Captives?
When you finish reading Espionage. ;)
You're mean. ;)
What's your favorite sword in fiction?
Hmm. I think I’m going to go with Riptide. Who wouldn’t want a magical sword that disguises itself as a pen and that you can never lose? Plus, I can only think of a handful of named fictional swords and I’m reading Percy Jackson right now. :)
I agree, Riptide is awesome. Just wait until you meet Jack in the Marcus Chase series, though...
Oh, wait. you guys want the cover? Sigh. I guess I'll share it then.