Hey you guys. Jane True here. Nicole Peeler writes about me in her series that some super creative person entitled “The Jane True Series.” All the books have “Tempest” in the title . . . Tempest Rising, Tracking the Tempest, Tempest’s Legacy, et cetera. Nicole thought that would be a great idea, until she got to book three, and realized that there were only so many things you could pair with “Tempest.” She’s now threatening to call my sixth, and final, book Tempest Bledsoe.
Anyway, what do I do on a typical day, you ask? Well, I wish I could tell you that I got up at five for a six-mile run, followed by a healthy breakfast of twigs and berries. But there’s only one kind of twig and berries I like to enjoy, and it’s not the kind that comes in a bowl.
Unless you’re into bowls. That’s cool if you are. I don’t judge.
My typical days, given my druthers go something like this:
Of course I should also add that the only thing better than basking on a sunbaked rock is basking, naked, on a sunbaked barghest. Especially when he’s named Anyan Of The Gorgeous Gadonk, He of the Thick Black Curls and the Motorcycle Which is Unsafe Yet Sexy and the THIGHS. OMG the THIGHS.
Have I mentioned the thighs?
So, yeah, I much prefer lounging on Anyan. Cuz he can do this thing with his power, where he slides his….
If you’d like to learn more about me and how I romp, check out nicolepeeler.com. And be prepared to get your blush on.
Jane’s not happy. She’s been packed off to England to fight in a war when she’d much rather be snogging Anyan. Unfortunately, Jane’s enemies have been busy stirring up some major trouble — the kind that attracts a lot of attention. In other words, they’re not making it easy for Jane to get any alone time with the barghest, or to indulge in her penchant for stinky cheese.
Praying she can pull of a Joan of Arc without the whole martyrdom thing, Jane must lead Alfar and halflings alike in a desperate battle to combat an ancient evil. Catapulted into the role of Most Unlikely Hero Ever, Jane also has to fight her own insecurities as well as the doubts of those who don’t think she can live up to her new role as Champion.
Along the way, Jane learns that some heroes are born. Some are made. And some are bribed with promises of food and sex.