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Nation of the Stars by H.R. Moore

Paper Myths Media is THRILLED to be hosting the release week tour of NATION OF THE STARS by H.R. MOORE - the final book in her Ancient Souls Trilogy, featuring sexy supernaturals, past lives, warring factions, and a total A Discovery of Witches meets Outlander, but with demons vibe! Rest assured, we didn't forget book 2, as we know so many of you loved book 1, so keep scrolling for all the deets!

E-ARCS are available for books 1-2 NOW, and limited paperbacks of book 1 - Nation of the Sun are available, and as the author is located in the UK - they are available for those in the US, UK and EU.

Arcs for book 3 will be available closer to the tour dates.

Keep reading for all the details on the book!

PRIMARY GENRE: Urban Fantasy with a slight Historical Vibe - set it our world, or one closely resembling it. Think, A Discovery of Witches meets Outlander with all the sexy vibes of Demons

HEAT LEVEL: Fan Yourself Steamy - Generally 1-3 detailed sex scenes, some coarse language - think A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire, The Black Dagger Brotherhood

TRIGGERS: Child in peril, violence (not graphic), death, sexual assault in past lives (no graphic description on the page).


The Pagans may have retrieved Raina and Callie, but the Templars won't let them go without a fight. To achieve their aims, both the Pagans and Templars need a knowledgeable magik, so they race to secure the first Adept sighted in a generation.

As the Pagans focus on reforming the Registerium and transferring Callie to their nation, demons from other nations disappear without a trace, and the Registerium is too preoccupied to help. The politics rests on a knife edge, and the Pagans must tread a careful path, convincing those who would normally vote against them to come into the fold.

But that's easier said than done when some call for the Registerium to be disbanded entirely, the Templar nation becomes erratic, and the West Coast finally shows its true colors. But Raina and Caspar have waited too long, been through too much to let their enemies pull them and their daughter apart, and they'll do whatever it takes to be together.

Nation of the Stars concludes the Ancient Souls series. It contains adult themes, violence, and content of a sexual nature.


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