Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Cover Reveal: The Fire's Princess (An Elemental Royals Novel) by Ley Hayley

By Ley Hayley
Genre: Historical Fantasy
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release Date: June 4, 2014


Rose has lost everything she's ever known. 
Her father has been murdered. She has fled her home in the Forested Land to take refuge with King Andrew Rivers in a foreign kingdom. 
Her home is under the control of a tyrant king, one who will stop at nothing to see Rose and all of her family dead. She has to fight to stay hidden, stay alive, and find a way back home. 
Now Rose must find a way to organize a rebellion to get back to her homeland, as well as win the hearts of a kingdom that doesn't know her. With lords scheming with hidden agendas and her own secrets threatening to
 be exposed, Rose must face enemies she never expected and find a destiny she never planned for.
In the stunning sequel to The Forest's Heir, Ley Hayley takes readers on a journey through court intrigue and matters of the heart. The Fire's Princess truly is a fiery ride!

About the Author:

Ley Hayley was born in Virginia on the night LA Law premiered in 1986. This is important, because her mother never let her forget it. From early on, Ley's life was surrounded by stories. Growing up in the Appalachian Mountains, Ley heard a thousand different folk tales and family histories from her grandmother and other family friends. Even before she could read, Ley loved books.

She grew up watching educational television (okay, and a bit of Power Rangers) and developed a great love of learning. Even today, if she had the choice between getting a real job and going to school, she'd go to school! Her favorite shows as a kid were The Magic School Bus and Bill Nye the Science Guy (who is still her hero), shows which made her fascinated by science and the science behind "magic."

After moving to North Carolina at 13, Ley took up debate (much to the dismay of everyone around her since she wouldn't shut up). If anyone wanted to find her in high school, the first place to look would be the library. It was then that she found her first real literary love: J.R.R. Tolkein's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. To this day, she reads the entire series once a year, every year. And it never gets old. 

She went to college, got a biology degree, went back for a nursing degree, and had to go back to full time work. Much to her mother's dismay, Ley looks at work as her hobby. Reading and writing are her real loves and her full time pursuits. It's Ley's goal to read more and more books every year.

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