Friday, June 19, 2020

Taste My Wrath
by Debbie Cassidy
* (The Iron Fae #1)
* Publication date: June 18th, 2020
* Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy

A dead earth, a handful of survivors, and a game that could wipe out humanity.
I was one of the few humans to be saved by the shining ones. Powerful beings who came from the stars just in time to stop the annihilation of mankind.But they’ve been here before. 

Earth was once their home and humanity has another name for them. Fae.

Now we live in iron cities paying for haven as workers and conscripted warriors.
We owe them after all.
Until they ask too much.

The Regency Tournament is about to begin.

A test of prowess for the shining ones to determine which House will rule their people for the next century.

And we humans? We’re the prey.

But I didn’t survive earths almost destruction to be hunted like a beast.

If I’m going to go down, then I’ll be taking these pointy eared wankers with me.

And I have an advantage. A shadow companion—protective but tough. My mentor has trained me in the art of survival. With his smooth dulcet tones in my head, and his shadowy form at my back, I’ll no longer be prey.

And when I hunt the shining ones, they won’t even see me coming.

An Urban Fantasy Romance adventure. Experience the magic of the Fae set against a Post-Apocalyptic back drop in a dystopian world.

Author Bio:
Debbie Cassidy lives in England, Bedfordshire, with her three kids and very supportive husband. Coffee and chocolate biscuits are her writing fuels of choice, and she is still working on getting that perfect tower of solitude built in her back garden.
Obsessed with building new worlds and reading about them, she spends her spare time daydreaming and conversing with the characters in her head - in a totally non psychotic way of course. She writes Urban Fantasy, Fantasy and Reverse Harem Fantasy. All her books contain plenty of action, romance and twisty plots.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Isn't it fascinating how authors can create such realistic worlds that are nothing like ours but yet they are?



  1. It sounds dark, delicious and enthralling.
    Thanks for the heads up. Again.

  2. Probably too much romance for me, but definitely more my genre. And that's one cool cover.

  3. I'm not generally one for fantasy, Mason, but I do admire the way fantasy authors can create new worlds and new realities. That takes real talent, and I'm glad you shared this one.


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