This shape shifter princess is no princess
She'll kill with her bare hands if she has to. She's done it before, and she'll do it again if she's faced with another violent human.
All she has to do is change her form.
She could change into a snake or a jaguar, depending on the circumstances. She'll choose the best form to crush her opponent.
Yet, Kait is a princess. She's the rightful heir to Trellora's throne.
Trellora is a planet, which finds itself connected to another planet called Volen. There is only one way to travel between the two planets, and that is through a charmed window.
Kait couldn't give a damn about Volen. But she'll do what is necessary to take back what has always been hers.
She'll punish her father, the King, who must have known she was being relentlessly raped on Trellora.
She'll even make alliances with the Volenese rebels. And well, damn, she never expected to meet a human like Pietah Tilm.
He seems to deliver spikes of sensation Kait doesn't know how to handle.
He's everything she needs and everything she's not ready for. What can a rebel give a princess? More than she is betting on.
Be ready for angst. Be ready for fight scenes. Be ready for love scenes that will grab at your heart strings as both Pietah and Kait face their demons.
Don't wait. Just do yourself a favor, and read as both Kait and Pietah find out that there is more to life than revenge.
Praise from readers
It couldn't have been easy to write but it was a great book to read and I liked it a lot. I am looking forward to reading more from this author. - Scarolet
a fantasy that keeps you on your toes
Kaitlau peered around.
A crack burst from the ground ahead. A twig, a broken branch, but she couldn’t see Pietah. Had that vampire finally tracked her down? Kaitlau turned, her heart thudding in her chest. She put her nose to the air. The scent of rain and dirt hung heavy. “Pietah!” she whispered, stupidly, because he would not have heard her if a vampire had already taken him.
yet it will tug at your heart
She rested her head on his shoulder and sighed. “No one could hurt me when I could morph. How silly is that? Since I’ve been torturing myself. Maybe I already feel as though my father has won; I don’t know.”
Pietah stroked her hair as it extended from her scalp to her shoulders and beyond, infusing the air with the essence of rain. “You don’t need to morph to rise up against him,” he said in her ear. “In whatever form you take, you are stronger than you think—a being to be reckoned with, Princess Kaitlau. I know that better than anyone …”
Page length: 458 pages. The US print version is 638 pages long. It is the same story, but it has a different interior layout, which means that there are more pages.
Format: PDF (yes, your Kindle will read PDFs). I provide a Kindle file after purchase as well.
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Galaxy Bookshop, 131 York Street, Sydney Australia
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This is an actual church that sits in the middle of Sydney. You wouldn't know it from the picture, but it still houses church services and is open at select times for those who wish to pray, worship, or visit and admire the gothic interior.
I visited this church many years ago while writing the novella Butterfly Girl, which eventually turned into Trelloran Seduction. When I saw the church building and the grounds around it, I sensed that a church just like this one would play a key role in the story.
Trelloran Seduction is a unique and enthralling dystopian offering from debut author Georgia Carter Mathers. I was rather impressed with this story, it's not your usual vampire tale, not by a long shot. Georgia has created a world where darkness reigns and while it's total fantasy, parallels can be clearly drawn between our society and the one that exists in Trelloran Seduction. This is a gritty read, at times confronting, but never drawn out. There are scenes which will reach deep into you and give your heart a good squeeze. The ending is hard fought for and lacks that element of perfect happiness, which is in my opinion, a very good choice that Georgia has made. Despite the cover, which may appeal to teen readers, I think it's important to disclose that this is not a YA novel. Themes and situations are for mature readers. I look forward to the continuation of this series and hope we don't have to wait too long for another installment.
-Theresa Smith, author of Somebody I Used to Know, In the Arms of Sleep, Yellow Light and Selling the Drama.
I experienced sexual assault when I was a child, and perhaps this story is a public acknowledgment of that in some way, although the book discusses many other types of sexual abuse as well, and it predominantly follows the journey toward healing.
According to Centres Against Sexual Assault, a university study found 20.6% of women and 10.5% of men reported non-penetrative childhood sexual abuse by the age of 16 and that 7.9% of women and 7.5% of men reported penetrative childhood sexual abuse by the age 16 years. (Mamun, Lawlor, O' Calloghan, Bor, Williams. & Najman, 2007 Queensland University study, http://www.casa.org.au/casa_pdf.php?document=statistics)
Recovery and healing after child sexual assault is hard but it is also attainable: http://www.theadvocacycenter.org/adv_abuseheal.html
Investigate people who inhabit the vampiric psyche: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/drive/it27s-all-academic3a-real-vampires/6402072
Oh, wow. I love print, and I love signing books for readers. Every single copy I send out, I personally sign. At the moment, I only have twenty copies left, and these copies are only available within Australia.
How long will the print copy take to deliver?
It depends where you live in Australia. It could take anywhere up to 5 days, but some customers receive their books the next day after they've ordered. I use Australia Post for delivery.
How much is postage?
AUD$8.95. This makes the total cost to you $19.95.
Is this a YA book?
No, this is a dystopian fantasy romance for adults.
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Select Print from the drop down box. Then, select Australian Resident from the second drop down box, and you should see the special price for Australian print editions appear. I'll use the first name listed on the order you put through, so if the book is a gift, please use the first name of the person to whom you want to give the book.