Fresh For 2015

We’ve had a great 2014 but we are already starting to think about next year and we are very excited to be welcoming two new authors to the Uruk Press family. Here is a tiny tease of the start of two new erotic fantasy series coming in 2015.

Fencing Academy: Book One by AW Freyr

The peninsula of Zachon is a land of brooding forests, low, jagged mountains, ruined castles and a dour, serious folk. But from anywhere in this land a line of smoke was always visible, like a black tear in the sky. To follow it leads to Rotham, the city built on blood and iron and lead. Here, coal powers the city’s machines in the day, filling the crooked streets with the metallic din of heavy machinery. At night, electric lamps buzz and cut islands through the gloom. Whores, murderers, rakes and thieves stalk in this artificial twilight. Blood cements itself between the stones of cobbled streets.

Lyza had returned home.

Hope’s Awakening by Guinevere A. Hart

Adri looked around the luxuriously appointed rooms that were hers for the night. The entrance was on a seating area with soft couches and a table laden with food. There were bottles of red wine, bowls of honeyed almonds, figs, pomegranate seeds, and cherries. She saw a theme in the assortment of snack foods, and she giggled. Through an archway, she entered the bedroom. An enormous four posted bed dominated the center of the room. She ran her hand over the heavy, red brocade coverlet, and then pulled it back a little ways to reveal clean white linen sheets. She gave a few good pushes into the soft mattress. With another giggle, she threw herself onto the middle of the bed. Movement from above nearly scared her out of her skin, and then she doubled over in laughter as she noted the mirrored canopy.

She stared up at her reflection and wondered, not for the first time that day, if she had made the right choice to cut her hair so short. Before today, her long white tresses flowed all the way to the small of her back. If she had pulled it straight, it would reach to mid-thigh. Now it was gone. She had it cut short on the back and sides of her head, with a bit more length on the top. Her head felt lighter, which was interesting, but she wasn’t sure she liked the look. She also had piercings done that day, with little gold rings glinting all the way to the tapered tips of her ears. It was painful to pierce the cartilage, but as a cleric with access to divine healing, it did not hurt for long. Adri ran her hands over her chopped hair, and again wondered if the hair cut made her ears look too big. She shrugged her shoulders. It was too late to worry about it now. She had a date to get ready for.

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