Of Course Girls Can’t Be Knights #newrelease #book #ya

YA urban paranormal adventureI’m pleased and proud to announce the release of Girls Can’t Be Knights this coming Friday, June 12th. The ebook is on pre-order now, and will be 99 cents for a limited time only. This book is my first foray into writing for Young Adults on purpose, though most of my other books are suitable for teenagers.

This story takes place in Portland, Oregon. In this alternate universe, ghosts are a serious problem and an order of Knights have the task of dealing with it. Naturally, Knights are always men. Until Claire comes along. She’s going to be a Knight whether those stuffed-up jerks want her to be or not.

Justin has already been a Knight for several years, and he’s the lucky guy who gets stuck as Claire’s mentor by virtue of proximity. He, a happily married man with two adorable daughters, takes her under his wing to defend her from the spirits that think she’s the tastiest thing since sliced bread. Together, the pair stumble, stagger, and slash their way through danger with the aid of a sarcastic horse.

This young adult urban paranormal adventure is available on Kobo and Amazon in print and ebook versions.


Lee French has published several fantasy and science fiction novels, and is a member of the Edgewise Words Inn staff

 

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Author: Lee French

Lee French lives in Olympia, WA with two kids, two bicycles, and too much stuff. She is an avid gamer, casual bicyclist, and lackluster gardener. Most of her writing is done in a Beanbag of Comfort +4. Best known for her young adult urban fantasy series, SPIRIT KNIGHTS, Lee is an active member of SFWA, PNWA, and NIWA.

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