Call of Arcadia


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The Knight won’t die. The Lady won’t give up. And the Pirate won’t behave.

Jonelise gave all she had when her people needed her most...and lost. Years later, she finds herself lost in a strange world, burdened with an impossible task...though she can’t remember what it is.  
A gnawing hunger drives her. Amnesia haunts her. And the friends she makes cannot truly be trusted.
A simple tavern girl, a lady of noble birth, and an incorrigible pirate cross her path, but even with a cast of unlikely, powerful allies—and lovers—at her side, victory seems as nebulous as the ever-present steam that shrouds these floating realms in endless clouds of white.

In a world of steam and steel, spirits and superstition, where magic and leadership are one and the same, a woman who should be dead must snatch freedom from the grasp of the most powerful tyrant to ever exist, and the man who will destroy everything at her whim. 
But is making the same sacrifice again enough to save a people in need, and fill the void that threatens to consume her?
After all, Jonelise is just one girl.
One girl who may be her people’s last and only hope.

Call of Arcadia is the first book in Eternal Queen’s Skies, a genre-bending series of novellas by Annathesa Nikola Darksbane, author of the Dying Ashes series. Gaslamp and Steampunk fans will enjoy the floating islands, airships, and cultural anachronisms, while fans of action and adventure will love the daring battles and exciting chases. Those hungry for an edge of romance in a plot that stands on its own, with an interest in polyamory or harem—and definitely lesbians with steamy sex scenes—will find all they desire in this series of delicious tales about Jone and her sexy lovers.

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Contains mild language, some violence, erotic scenes, and mild polyamorous/harem elements. By which we means there's several lesbian girls who all like the heroine and there's various amounts of attraction and sexual activity between them. It's good. You'll probably like it. There is lesbian sex in here, written by a lesbian. So if that's your thing, have at it! If not, turn back now before it's toooo laaate!  ~27,800 words

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Call of Arcadia
Knight of Arcadia

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