Wednesday, June 12, 2019

BLOG TOUR: King of Ruin by May Sage

Welcome to the Official Blog Tour for May Sage's King of Ruin, the first title in the Lords of Sidhe trilogy! Today, on our tour stop, we have an exclusive excerpt to share! Plus, there's a tour-wide giveaway, too! So... Be sure to grab your copy now!!!

Paranormal/Fantasy Romance
Lords of Sidhe, #1
Publish Date:
June 6, 2019

They say the fae used to take the most beautiful maidens and make them their brides.
They lied.
What they do with them is much worse.

After the seven lords of Sidhe are massacred in one day, the thrones of the fae realm pass down to their heirs.
The Iron Circle remains leaderless, as its true lord lives in another world.
The nobles of the realm will find the heir, and they will destroy him.
Or her.

West, in the Silver Circle, a new lord has taken the throne.
A warrior who never hesitates to crush ants for the good of the world. A man whose rule will change the fate of their realm.

Melpomene has never known where she came from, and after centuries, she’s stopped caring.
Until the fae take her, dragging her to a land where bloodlines and power is everything.
To survive, she needs to embrace the monster buried inside.

Lords of Sidhe is a fantasy romance trilogy.
Note that while it is unsuitable for sensitive or clean readers, there is no trigger warning.


Someone walked in front of her cell, quiet as a shadow.
A man, this time. He hadn't been among the five who'd come for her. She would have remembered him.
Her abductors were stunning. This man…was something else. The smile, the bright eyes, the delicious mouth. He made her want to be his with one glance. Magnetic. That was the word for it. His very presence was a weapon.
Mel took a step back.
"Chatty," he said, voice soft and velvety, like dark chocolate sauce on top of a strawberry.
He smirked. Another weapon, and he honed it like a master who knew just what sort of effect he had on women.
"Lessara wants your beating heart seasoned with bluebells and golden apples."
"Gross. Raw meat without salt?" Mel always had a smartass retort at the ready. Right now, she half wished she could take it back when the boss's smile broadened.
"I hear you killed Coder. A brute and an idiot, but he was skilled enough. How?"
He was demanding an answer. Demanding she show her neck to the wolf and reveal all her secrets.
"Come here. I'll show you." Now she was really bluffing. With no water in sight, she had no hope of using her magic against him. As for physical combat, she could tell—she just knew—he'd make a chew toy of her and spit her out.
"Sassy," he said. “I like sassy.”
She wondered if he meant he liked to eat sassy.
"I denied Lessara's request, for now. I am bored, and I see that you may entertain me well enough for a time. So you get to keep your neck on those pretty little shoulders, as long as you're fun. How does that sound?"
She hated the way he was looking at her. Like she was a helpless rat and he, a playful cat. "Sounds like you're a megalomaniac deluded enough to think that I won't slit your throat and get back home before my next book club meeting."
Again, he laughed. "That might prove to be rather difficult."
On that note, the man—the Aos Si—walked away, toward the light.
She glared until he was out of her line of sight, but a movement to her right caught her attention. The wall opposite the door was moving. A panel slid away, giving her a window to the outside. There still was a transparent, vibrating energy wall between the outside and here, but she could see out now.
Her jaw fell open.
She'd been right. They were in a transport.
A transport advancing toward a flat land set on a cascade of golden fire. A strange world with seven circles of land and right at its center, a large blue tree with white leaves and flowers red as blood.
In the distance, she could see a large reddish-brown planet with black spots like a Dalmatian’s. It had four rings similar to Saturn’s around it.
That planet, she knew. She’d seen illustrations of it, and heard about it in her tutelage, many moons ago.
Unless she was much mistaken, the planet was Tartarus. And as for the world they were approaching at high speed…
Mel gulped. "Old man?"
"Tell me this isn't what I think it is. Tell me we aren't in Sidhe."


**About the Author**
May Sage is a USA Today Bestselling romance writer dabbling in different genres, although the readers who follow every series know they’re all related. When she isn’t writing, she spends her time with her German Shepherd, her two Savannahs, and her black rescue cat, in England. She loves reading, ballet, running, and cake. Mostly, cake.

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