Blog Tour: The Heron Prince by Kim Alexander

theheronprinceebook2What’s It About?

The Demon Door can be opened…but the price is deadly.

Rhuun, the half-human heir to the demon throne of Eriis, has found acceptance among the humans on Mistra. He even found love with the tempting and infuriating human, Lelet va’Everly. With Lelet at his side, his ability to create fire has finally awakened, proving that he is not the cursed cripple all of Eriis believed him to be. There are secrets in his blood, unique and powerful…and worth killing for.

When Rhuun is betrayed and tricked into returning to Eriis, Lelet has no choice but to turn to exiles, children, and madmen to save him. She must do the impossible: transform herself into a demon and travel to a forgotten city to make an agonizing bargain for his life.

Surrounded by dark Mages, a war-hungry Queen, mercurial Goddesses, and enemies on every side, the demon prince and the human woman will find the Court of Eriis a subtle and dangerous place, and one false move could doom them both.

What Do Reviewers Say?

…countless incredible characters, and an epic storyline that is sure to span into a fantastic series. The Library Nerdette about The Sand Prince

…it’s both epic in scale and witty in tone. That’s a hard mix to pull off, but such a pleasure to read. Flights Of Fantasy about The Sand Prince

Who Wrote It?

KAKim Alexander grew up in the wilds of Long Island, NY and slowly drifted south until she reached Key West. After spending ten rum-soaked years as a DJ in the Keys, she moved to Washington DC, where she lives with two cats, an angry fish, and her extremely patient husband. She began writing when she ran out of authors to interview (and they pulled the plug on her channel, Sirius XM Book Radio.)

Kim was in her twenties when she finally read a book not prominently featuring spaceships and/or wizards. Turns out Jane Austen was pretty funny!

The Heron Prince is the second novel in The Demon Door series. Her husband tells her she needs to write at least ten more books if she intends to retire in Thailand.

Where Can I Get It?

The Heron Prince is available at Amazon.

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