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The Kiln of Empire

An empire on the brink of ruin. A family destroyed. A woman to bring the world to its knees.,.

In the Kyrían Empire, a person's worth is judged by the favor of their Ancestors.


After a popular revolt decimates her family, the newly appointed empress Verína desperately tries to hold together a fractious empire that is ready to explode. When the scion of an important family is killed in the street, and evidence arises that she might be responsible, the Senate demands her abdication. Disgraced and on the run, she hides with Letó, an arrogant, ambitious potter. If Letó finds out who she is, he'll sell her off to the highest bidder. Without an army, allies, and her only decent skill is with her oration, she'll have to turn the people to her side to get her throne back.

An impossible task, because they hate her and she hates them. But dangerous bargains must be struck if she is going to survive.

A war is coming to the Empire, and none will emerge unscathed.

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The Buried King

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Died once. Born twice.

Eighty years before the events of The Kiln of Empire, the Kyrían Empire has waged a war of subjugation on the southern Kassanians for a decade. A land of sand and barren wastes, it is worthless except for a singular resource: gold. The gold mines of Kassania run deep into the earth. The emperor, Valentinos, wants the gold at any cost.

Aeneus is in training to join the finest fighting force in the world. The fourth son of Idaeus Epidexios, his father, rather than letting him inherit property, has offered him to the Hetaroi. The elite guard protects the Emperor Valentinos and all his attendants from threats. His last trial before becoming a full Hetari is to slay an enemy and castrate himself, but he’ll do anything to make his Empire proud. He’s being prepared ahead of peace talks between the emperor and the Kassanian king, Anassar. His assignment is to attend and protect King Anassar, and Aeneus has sworn his honor and his life to do so. But when Anassar is attacked by the Emperor’s own, Aeneus has to decide whether his honor is worth turning against his empire.

Blood will be spilled, and secrets will be buried.

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