Paper Myths Media is BEYOND THRILLED to be hosting the RELEASE WEEK TOUR of TEAR DOWN THE THRONE by JENNIFER ESTEP. This is the second book in her steamy Gargoyle Queen series, and it's one we're itching to dive into! TEAR DOWN THE THRONE is releasing May 3rd and the TOUR DATES are May 3rd - May 9th.
ARCS for TEAR DOWN THE THRONE are AVAILABLE NOW! However - ARCS are available EXCLUSIVELY through Netgalley and Edelweiss - so links will be sent to those that sign up, and it will be up to hosts to ensure they claim their ARC in a timely manner!
Keep reading for all the details on the book!
PRIMARY GENRE: High Fantasy - Set in a completely different world, think Lord of the Rings, The Witcher
HEAT LEVEL: Make me Blush - All the tension and at least one sex scene, but not super graphic. Think A Discovery of Witches and Court of Mist and Fury
TRIGGERS: There is sex, language, violence. I have a lot of fight scenes. The heroine and hero have both been tortured, which is mentioned several times.
Bestselling author Jennifer Estep continues her Gargoyle Queen epic fantasy series where magic reigns, alliances are tested, and a dangerous attraction could tear down a throne. . .
Crown princess. Clever spy. Powerful mind magier. Gemma Ripley of Andvari is all those things—and determined to stop an enemy from using magical tearstone weapons to conquer her kingdom.
Gemma’s quest for answers leads her to a trade Summit between the various kingdoms. Among the other royals in attendance is Queen Maeven Morricone of Morta and her son, Prince Leonidas—Gemma’s charming and dangerous nemesis.
Gemma knows that Maeven always has a long game in motion, and sure enough, the cunning queen invokes an arcane tradition that threatens the fragile truce between Andvari and the other kingdoms. Despite her best intentions, Gemma once again finds herself thrown together with Leo and battling her growing feelings for the enemy prince.
When a series of deadly attacks shatters the Summit’s peaceful negotiations, Gemma realizes that someone wants to tear the royals down from their thrones—and that this enemy just might succeed.