Oh, friends, I am SO excited for today’s cover reveal!
Sarah Addison-Fox writes Christian fantasy and her covers are absolutely stunning (the one I’m about to share is no exception). Not only are the covers hardcore eye candy, but the stories are just as awesome!
As a slight warning, if you haven’t read books one through three in her Allegiance Series, I do caution reading the synopsis due to some spoilers.
(*coughs* I might have accidentally read a spoiler since I haven’t read book three yet. *coughs*)
So without further delay, admire this jaw dropping cover with me!
The war may be over, but the battle for peace has just begun.
When newlyweds Mick and Celeste Haynes accept the offer to search for rogue agents inside Kyraenea, what should have been one final adventure becomes Torrance Kyle’s worst nightmare.
Amaya Mason may no longer be an agent, but there is no way she’ll allow a mistake from Torrance’s past to wreck their happy ending. No matter the cost. No matter what she might lose.
For Mick Haynes, marriage isn’t the simple solution he thought it would be. Torn between wanting to shelter the woman he loves and accepting she is no longer a frightened slave, he’s struggling with his own expectations and with every secret she reveals.
Celeste’s confidence and her faith are growing, but when she confronts the father who abandoned her as a child, he threatens to destroy the happiness and acceptance she’s only just found.
Can Torrance let go of the past and embrace his future?
Is peace even possible for those who’ve spent their lives in constant battle?
Release Date: Autumn 2018
About the Author
Sarah Addison-Fox is a New Zealand-born home-schooling mother of two who loves action-packed, clean, fantasy with strong heroines. She has an astonishing amount of nail polish, has all her creative writing credentials shoved in a drawer somewhere, and has a husband who, after 27 years, can still make her blush. When she’s not working on both her Christian YA fantasy series’, Allegiance, or Renegades, she can be found fangirling on Goodreads or sending GIFs on Twitter.