COVER REVEAL FOR THE HOLLOW QUEEN BY SHERRY D. FICKLIN
Our team is excited to share the official cover reveal of THE HOLLOW QUEEN by Sherry D. Ficklin. THE HOLLOW QUEEN will release in all online retailers on September 23, 2019. Check out this gorgeous cover reveal before and find out why this best-selling series has been read by thousands of readers and is called, “A must read romance,” by USA Today.
Haven’t started this series yet? This is the perfect series to kick start your reading goals for 2019 since the first book—Queen of Someday—is currently free!
THE HOLLOW QUEEN by Sherry D. Ficklin
“A must read romance!”~ Serena Chase, Special for USA TODAY
As a princess of the Romanov Empire, Elizabeth has enjoyed a life of luxury and privilege. But the sudden deaths of her parents leaves her unprotected – awash in the dangerous tide of her family’s political rivals. When the supreme council crowns her half-nephew Peter II in her place, Elizabeth is left with no title, no power—and no allies. Now little more than a bastard in the eyes of the world, she is sent to serve in the palatial home of Prince Menshikov—the real power behind the boy king.
But Elizabeth won’t fade quietly into the background.
Determined to uncover the truth behind her mother’s murder and expose the men who mean to rule Russia in secret, she grows closer to the handsome young king, and swears to protect him and his rule at any cost. But the forces that oppose them are as dark as they are far-reaching–and this time, Elizabeth could lose more than just her title…
Novels inThe Stolen Empire Series by Sherry D. Ficklin:
- Queen of Someday
- Queen of Tomorrow
- Queen of Always
- The Winter Queen
- The Hollow Queen (September 2019)
Author Bio:Sherry D. Ficklin is a full time writer from Colorado where she lives with her husband, four kids, two dogs, and a fluctuating number of chickens and house guests. A former military brat, she loves to travel and meet new people. She can often be found browsing her local bookstore with a large white hot chocolate in one hand and a towering stack of books in the other. That is, unless she’s on deadline at which time she, like the Loch Ness monster, is only seen in blurry photographs.