This was the first Male/Male romance fantasy cover that I’ve had the chance to do and I had great fun working with such pretty, pretty men. Waist-length silver hair? Oh, yes please! :)
The neighbouring kingdoms of Oscia and Arcathia have been at a tentative peace for three years after centuries of warfare. Prince Severin of Arcathia has been brought up to put duty before all else and as the only son of the King and Queen, it is his duty to marry and produce an heir. His parents want him to marry an Oscian princess to cement that tentative peace. Unfortunately Severin isn’t interested in princesses. Now, if he had his pick of princes that would be another matter.
Havyn has been a slave all his life. When his aptitude for wizardry is discovered, he finds himself purchased and freed by Prince Severin and apprenticed to the royal wizard, Ildar. His duty is to stay chaste to keep his powers strong, but his feelings for Severin sorely test his resolve.
With kingdoms at war, the throne hanging in the balance, magic in the air, and outside forces trying to keep them apart, can the two men find happiness together, or is duty more important than love?
The Chosen by Annette Gisby
M/M Fantasy Romance Novel
Available from Smashwords | Allromance
7 thoughts on “The Chosen by Annette Gisby”
Waist length silver hair. Yes please… me too!! LOL!
GORGEOUS cover, as always, Ravven!! :D
Thank you very much! :) I very rarely get to work with guys that suit my personal tastes – and I admit that I am very much a child of the 80’s when it comes to men with long hair. I really miss hair that you can sink your hands in and wrap it around your hands like silk. *fans self*
LOL! I always fancied the guys with dark long hair too… it’s funny that my hubby couldn’t be more different!!
Mine is as well…even though I try to convince him to let it grow out sometime. :)
Ravven, I have to thank you again for the wonderful job on my cover :) It’s like you could see inside my head and knew exactly what I wanted. Severin and Havyn are just like how I imagined them in my head. I could just stare at them all day, LOL!
Thanks, Annette! This was a fun cover to work on. And I could stare at them all day as well. :D
QUITE lovely!! *grin*