Elizabeth Stephens, author of the Xiveri Mates series gave us a treat this week with two cover reveals! Yesterday, I had a cover reveal for Taken to Lemora, and today I have the cover for Taken by the Pikosa Warlord! If you’re a fan of steamy sci-fi romance, then you should totally check out this fabulous series!
Also, be sure to scroll to the bottom for an awesome FREEBIE!!!
Let’s take a look at this stunning cover, which is designed by Amygdala Design.
Taken By the Pikosa Warlord
About Taken by the Pikosa Warlord:
Series: Xiveri Mates #7
Publication Date: August 31, 2021
Synopsis: The slaves weren’t supposed to speak the language of the Pikosa, but Halima did and she had every intention of using this to her advantage. In order to do that, she’d have to seduce the terrifying warlord Ero. He, on the other hand, had every intention of killing her. But when they came together, it seemed neither of them was particularly good at their jobs.
Taken by the Pikosa Warlord is a full length (100k word) barbarian warlord romance that takes place on the war and climate-ravaged Earth that the satellite humans now living in Voraxia and Sasor left behind. It is a complete standalone with a smart tenacious heroine, the violent warlord unsure what to do with her and a happily ever after.
Taken to Sasor Sale:
To celebrate the preorder launches, Taken to Sasor (standalone book 3 in the series) is FREE on Amazon.
About Taken to Sasor:
Series: Xiveri Mates #3
Page Length: 286
Publication Date: August 28, 2020
They came. They shifted. They conquered. Mian’s human settlement stood no chance against the shifter alien warriors. To spare the whole, she offers herself up to the cocky, arrogant Neheyuu. She expects to be made his slave, but when a rival horde threatens, she doesn’t expect invader to become unlikely protector. Or that Neheyuu won’t give her up.
A grumpy, alpha alien snakeshifter meets a sweet, no-nonsense human heroine in Taken to Sasor, a full-length (100k words), standalone, interracial, shifter romance. While part of the Xiveri Mates series, Taken to Sasor can be read in any order and stands alone with fresh characters and a guaranteed HEA. YES for fated mates, enemies-to-lovers, world-building, action adventure, and extra steamy bits. NO for cheating, harem or love triangles. Violence, including an attack scene against our heroine, may be trigger warnings for sensitive readers.