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First Lines Friday!

Hello, hello & thank god it’s nearly the weekend! I’ve been slowly melting all week at work with my office having no air-con and am seriously looking forward to the weather cooling down. Today I’m going to be highlighting a recent addition to my arc TBR that sounds really dark and mysterious. It’s by two new to me authors & i’m really looking forward to picking it up later this year.

“The Lowe family had always been the undisputed villains of their towns ancient, bloodstained story, and no one understood that better than the Lowe brothers.”

Well I’m definitely intrigued… Ready to find out what it is?

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After the publication of a salacious tell-all book, the remote city of Ilvernath is thrust into the spotlight. Tourists, protesters, and reporters alike flock to its spellshops and historic ruins to witness an ancient curse unfold: every generation, seven families name a champion among them to compete in a tournament to the death. The winner awards their family exclusive control over the city’s high magick supply, the most powerful resource in the world.

In the past, the villainous Lowes have won nearly every tournament, and their champion is prepared to continue his family’s reign. But this year, thanks to the influence of their newfound notoriety, each of the champions has a means to win. Or better yet–a chance to rewrite their story.

But this is a story that must be penned in blood.

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