New release! The Guild of the Cowry Catchers, Book 3 Ashes by Abigail Hilton

A crowd favorite returns! Enjoy The Guild of the Cowry Catchers, Book 3 Ashes. Here’s what it’s all about:

The Guild of the Cowry Catchers, Book 3 Ashes by Abigail HiltonTHEY LOST EVERYTHING THAT DEFINED THEM. EXCEPT EACH OTHER.

Gerard Holovar, Captain of the Temple Police, was only trying to do the right thing when he spared the life of a pirate. He gambled. And he lost.

Now, mired in grief and choking on despair, he stumbles through days of slave labor, mourning his loved ones and trying to understand where he went wrong. His life as a prince and Captain of Police becomes a hazy memory. When Gerard’s luck finally changes, he emerges from the slave deck of a ship–free, but numb and scarred. He plans to leave Wefrivain, believing that everything he knew and loved is dead.

Gerard may have let go of his past, but his past hasn’t quite let go of him. While struggling to survive as an escaped slave in the wilderness of the Lawless Lands, Gerard finds a friend in even more desperate straits–a friend who betrayed him, a friend he thought was dead. Gerard realizes that, while he could not save everyone, he may be able to save one person. And perhaps here, in the ashes of their lives, there may still be time for second chances.





2 Responses to “New release! The Guild of the Cowry Catchers, Book 3 Ashes by Abigail Hilton”

  1. Stacy Says:

    Only on Chapter 19 so far but you have managed to both pluck at my heartstrings and shock me with surprises! Another awesome installment!!! Thank you! :)

  2. GKML Says:

    The character work in this production is fabulous, especially with Silvio. I have hear a lot of mixed responses to this installment in the series, mostly with people who are offended by homosexual relation ships…. HELLO! Abby has warned us EVERY time, ” if you are offendeable, you will be offended”. I really like the series, and personally wish there were more bad-ass ship battles and dragon/wyvern fighting (is this a kissing book?) in this one, but to each his own. Over all, I am quite invested in the characters, and found this book to be satisfying.

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