Ember Dragon Daughter
(The Fated Tales, Book One released July 19, 2019)
Her heart was fated. Her destiny was her own.
Ember Dragon Daughter is the first installment in an exciting epic YA dark fantasy series that fans of The Selection and A Court of Thorns and Roses will devour.
In a world where true love is promised and dragons have gone missing, a mysterious fateless plague threatens the enclosed kingdom of Ashkadance.
When Ember is thrust into a dangerous new world, she will uncover truths tied to the plague, the death of her moms, the royal family, and more—changing everything she's ever known.
Now that she has love and her secrets are revealed, will she risk all that she has gained to accept her destined fate? Or will she rebel against it?
Ember has spent her whole life running, keeping herself and her secrets isolated—just like her moms would have wanted. Ember doesn’t want that anymore.
Fans of The Selection's complicated family relationships, re-writing of history, romantic courtship, rebel plots, and royal balls will enjoy uncovering the many secrets of the royal family set to oversee the kingdom of Ashkadance in Ember Dragon Daughter.
Fans that resonated with Feyre’s deep need to protect, the complexity of many separated sectors with different magic rulers, and a complicated destiny that takes unexpected turns in A Court of Thorns and Roses will love the threads beginning to weave in Ember Dragon Daughter and the Fated Tales series.
Praise for Ember Dragon Daughter
The action was quick paced but not hastily written. It didn't bore with too many details, kept to the point and truly delivered. Ember's feelings were my own and that's really hard for a writer to achieve. Bravo!
An exciting new novel from fantasy author Rebecca K. Sampson which challenges the love triangle trope through the structure of a magical new world.
author of Lanterns in the Sky
Immediately after finishing this book I was excited for book two. If you’re a fan of novels with twists, there were three twists/revelations that I totally didn’t see coming! The plot also did a very good job of moving quickly and the the pacing didn’t slow at all. In fact, I guarantee the last 30%-40% of this book will leave you unable to put the book down until you’ve finished it.