Poison Dance


I originally conceived of James as a supporting character in my novel Midnight Thief, and I quickly fell in love with him. (No, really. I developed a massive crush on this character.) As the enigmatic leader of the Assassins Guild, James was cool, competent and intriguing. He was the type of character who invited questions. How had he come to power at such a young age? What was behind his hatred of the nobility? Had he loved before? Was he even capable of love? I wanted to tell his story, and here’s the result.

James is skilled, efficient, and deadly, a hired blade navigating the shifting alliances of a deteriorating Assassin’s Guild.  Then he meets Thalia, an alluring but troubled dancing girl who offers him a way out–if he’ll help her kill a powerful nobleman.  With the Guild falling apart, it just might be worth the risk. But when you live, breathe, and love in a world that’s forever flirting with death, the slightest misstep can be poison.

Read an excerpt.

Unsure whether to read Poison Dance before or after Midnight Thief? Here’s a guide.

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