Game of Lies: A Paranormal Space Fantasy; Messenger Chronicles, Book 2
The Messenger rocked your world, and now she’s back. But have her lies finally caught up with her?
Trust doesn’t come easy for Kesh Lasota. She survived life as a slave and the Dreamweaver’s touch, but surviving Marshal Kellee and the mysterious Talen is a whole other game, one she’s not sure she’s ready for.
When the three are captured by a bloodthirsty fae general sweeping through the last of Halow’s human colonies, the only weapons they have left are lies. And so Kesh must pretend to be the gladiator they all expect, while Kellee is forced to fight against her, and Talen is… well, just who is Talen when he can command soldiers with a glance and move among the fae elite as though he belongs?
Trust doesn’t come easy for Kesh Lasota, neither does love. She must survive both, or everything she’s fought for will be lost forever, including her men. The enchanting & mind-blowing Messenger series continues with more action, more romance, and more exciting twists!
Please note: The Messenger Chronicles is a slow-burn reverse harem. The reverse harem elements develop during the series.
Soundbooth Theater continues Pippa DaCosta’s tantalizing paranormal sci-fantasy. Annie Ellicott reprises her role as the mysterious Kesh Lasota, as we discover more about her origins with the fae, and uncover her frightening power. With Jeff Hays returning as Kellee, Talen, and a growing cast of brooding fae, Annie continues to delve into Kesh’s psyche, and reveal her true nature.
The Soundbooth Theater Team for this production:
Annie Ellicott – Narration
Jeff Hays – Kellee, Talen and the Rest of the Male Cast, Sound Design
Dalton Lynne – Editing and Proofing
Griffin Malnar – Editing, Sound Design, and Mastering
Born in Kent, UK, two-time DragonCon Finalist & Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semi-finalis… Wait a second. Let's cut to the chase. I write kick-ass urban fantasy & sci-fi novels with conflicted characters, breathless action, and no-holds-barred dialogue. My books may not leave you feeling all fluffy and warm inside, but they will excite you. There will be plot twists, angst, probably a few dead bodies, and very likely your favorite character will turn out to be the bad guy. Don't say I didn't warn you.