As I’m sure many of you know, The Games of Enemies and Allies is available for preorder, and is releasing in a few days on January 12th! What’s even more exciting, though is we finally have a description! (IMPORTANT: This description contains SPOILERS for book 1, Lies of Vampires and Slayers! If you haven’t read it yet, you’ll want to skip reading this description!)
What else is coming this week? A new Spot It! tracker for book 2 is coming the day before the release day so you can watch for new cameos when reading. I’ll also be publishing a new Book Spoilers blog post so you can discuss the book and all your theories with other Champions right here on the website. And I am once again going to be offering a bonus short story when we get 100 honest reviews across Goodreads + Amazon for The Games of Enemies and Allies (the Drake vampires star in the new bonus short story – I had so much fun writing it, and I can’t wait for you to read it!). Thank you in advance for every Champion who leaves a review on Goodreads or Amazon, I really appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts with other readers. 😍
And a quick reminder that the third and final book in this trilogy will be released at the beginning of April. I know that is a bit of a wait so I wanted to warn you in case you were planning to read all three books at the same time.
At night they’re enemies. During the day they’re friends. Only one of them is aware of this…
My stress levels skyrocketed after I discovered the deadly vampire who has taken over downtown is Considine Maledictus, one of the most powerful vampires alive.
Now I’m even more reluctant to tangle with him, but he’s started showing up in the middle of my investigations, even if they’re outside his territory. I never know if he’s there to fight or to lend me some unexpected help.
I don’t have time to ponder his weird behavior, because a group of local wizards are up to some shady practices. They’ve never been fond of the non-magical, but suddenly they’re popping up all over the city, “helping” humans.
At least I can count on my vampire friend and next-door neighbor, Connor, for some laughs. Except…he’s been acting strange and is even more touchy-feely than usual these days.
Regardless, I’m going to stay focused on protecting my city. I’m just not sure if I should be more concerned about the wizards, or the chaotic vampire who swaps from friend to foe on a nightly basis.
The Games of Enemies and Allies is the second book in the Magic on Main Street urban fantasy trilogy, and is part of the Magiford Supernatural City world. This series is packed with humor, magical fights, and a sweet, slow burn romance between a slayer who battles social anxiety and a vampire who is sick of his immortality.