In my excitement to get book 4 out - the final book in the Love on the Edge series I was highly remiss in not listing the upcoming series starring the youngest witch sister - Iphigenia Holt. At first Iphi was going to get her own book which would have been book 5 but after speaking to readers and doing some deep, internal delving - I decided to give Iphi her own three book series.
I love Iphi! Readers love Iphi! What's not to love? The little cherub with a heart of gold. Thus Iphi's ARC and story are a little more complicated. At first glance she seems almost perfect but as everyone knows - no one is perfect. Iphi, hidden beneath her simplicity, is rather complex. She's watched her sisters find themselves, their partners and fly out of the nest - or rather, escape the sharpened claws of Aurelia. Yet Iphi still remains at home. She has a great career, appears almost fearless in the face of flying, cares deeply for everyone and everything, especially animals, and still, there's something missing.
Other than the usual - in every romance what's missing is a partner/lover - Iphi, like every person, still longs for more. She knows that even though she can see and climb to the top of the aerial apparatus there's something just above it that's still out of her reach.
Every human being strives for more. It's in our nature. And once we've achieved what we set our sights on, we seek another lofty goal. Iphigenia's goal may be even loftier than those of her sisters and their friends. But not because she's a taker, quite the opposite. It's because she's a giver. Giving to others is not only one of her most endearing qualities, it's also her greatest flaw.
Iphi called out for her own three book series and I listened, accepting the task with the hope that I can do her justice and walk with her - hand in hand - toward fulfilling her dreams.