In the Moon of Asterion
There is a beast in the labyrinth… a monster. The people say he is both man and bull; they call him Asterion.
Of all Crete’s citizens, only two dare enter his lair. One bears his child. The other sees the Goddess in his eyes.
Terrifying yet compelling, the beast offers Crete’s only hope for redemption.
In the third installment of The Child of the Erinyes, Queen Aridela sets out to rebuild her devastated country. Will she sacrifice her beloved consort as ancient tradition demands? Chrysaleon seeks a way to escape his vow of death and subjugate his adopted land. Can he thwart the Goddess and survive? Menoetius must offer his allegiance. Who will win his loyalty? His brother, or the woman he loves?
The choices these three make have unforeseen, horrific consequences, changing the course of history and propelling Goddess Athene’s triad toward fulfillment of a bold, far-reaching design.
“Together we bring forth a new world, and nothing will ever part us.”
(word count 94,000; ebook: $3.99 USD)
Reviews of In the Moon of Asterion
“As a reader, I was captivated, caught up in a boiling whirlpool pulling me toward the inevitable conclusion. Now that I’ve reached the end, I can’t wait for the next beginning.”— Melissa Conway, author of Selfsame, The Gossamer Sphere, and Xenofreak Nation
“The Year-god’s Daughter and The Thinara King were page-turners but this is where the real fireworks take place!” —Lucinda Elliot, author of That Scoundrel Emile Dubois
“Of the three Bronze Age stories, I found In the Moon of Asterion to be the most compelling. Full of action, intrigue, heroics, and tragedy it’s a fitting culmination to this segment of the continued saga of the Erinyes.” —Janet Colley, author of The Halo Revelations