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Sophia Menesini

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Sophia Menesini lives in Martinez, CA, with her husband and their three dogs, Ziggy, Zeppelin, and Tali. The Veiled Threat was her debut novel, and The Veiled Descendants is the sequel in The Veiled Duchess Series. She has an Associates in History and currently attends UC Davis to finish her BA. Sophia is an avid tea connoisseur and lover of Scotland with an unconventional memory for obscure Disney and Broadway song lyrics.

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I'm so sorry for the late response, I want to let you know that your question seriously made my day. Thank you so much for reading The Vei…more
Hi Victoria,
I'm so sorry for the late response, I want to let you know that your question seriously made my day. Thank you so much for reading The Veiled Duchess Series and I'm so glad you've enjoyed the books. The Veiled Duchess Series is a trilogy, I was working on the third book but other projects have unfortunately taken precedent. I had hoped to do a second series revolving around Aster, and the kids of the Veiled Duchess characters. I love this series, it's my first book series I've written. To be honest, I don't know if I'll end up doing the second series as much as I would like to. But I will definitely be finishing Shea's story although, again, to be honest, I don't know when that will be. Thank you so much for your support, it truly means the world. And I hope to return to these characters soon. (less)
Sophia Menesini This is a hard question because their relationship is unique. Shea and Jo are in a committed relationship with each other. But Beck is an uncommitted …moreThis is a hard question because their relationship is unique. Shea and Jo are in a committed relationship with each other. But Beck is an uncommitted partner to their relationship. Under rules and agreements, he is apart of them, but he can still find someone outside of them. He's encouraged by Jo and even Shea. For Shea and Jo, their exception is Beck. I can't label their relationship because it is unique. When I set out to write the book, I planned on having a winner and a loser to a lover's triangle, but that didn't happen. Their relationship evolved organically into something new that I've never seen before, and to me, it's something beautiful. They're family, that's the best I could label it. But if you want to label it yourself, feel happy to do so. To me, they fit. I think there are a lot of relationships out there that are hard to describe, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be portrayed. Love is complicated, and sometimes we make compromises for those we love, for their happiness. To me, they work. They're family.(less)
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The Veiled Descendants by Sophia Menesini
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We jumped right back into action in this book, yes, time has passed, we left off with Shea on her quest for the vaults and her fiance on a quest to capture her after a year in order to ‘woo’ the Pirate Captain " Read more of this review »
The Veiled Descendants by Sophia Menesini
"I fell in love with series & it’s characters last year & book two just made me love it even more. I mean, pirates, elves, fae, royalty, gods, sea monsters, sword fights & heaps of sex positivity, in a variety of forms - what more could you possibly w" Read more of this review »
The Veiled Descendants by Sophia Menesini
"*I received this book from YA Bound Tours for an honest review*

Book 2 of this series is as good as the first book! We learn that Shea’s lineage is not just elf, but she is actually a daughter of Poseidon! Now there is an entire new land to fight for " Read more of this review »
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I had an inkling that there would be a controversy. My editor is the one who encouraged me not to delete it. James is 17, and his age is not explicitly mentioned, and Aster is 16. The reason I decided to include the love scene is that in their world, See Full Answer
The Veiled Threat by Sophia Menesini
“There’s a slow clap from Caen and she meets his glaring eyes. He doesn’t like it when she recklessly uses her elven elemental magic, especially in front of Lycons.
“By my count, that’s two more surrenders than we had last time,” Shea states, batting her eyelashes with a grin.
She looks positively demonic with all the drying blood dripping down her face.
“Merciful Grace,” Caen deadpans.
He throws his hammer onto his shoulder.”
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The Veiled Threat by Sophia Menesini
“Shea’s laugh is quick and sharp like ice, and she thinks Caen is about to speak but she cuts him off, “She’s real now, and she’s so difficult to explain. She saved Aster today. Even though her own life is on the line and I don’t think she thought about it. I came in knowing what I was doing and now…How can something be right and hurt so damn much? Because I wonder. I wonder, if she’d been someone different or if I had? I wonder now. I didn’t use to.”
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“Shea’s laugh is quick and sharp like ice, and she thinks Caen is about to speak but she cuts him off, “She’s real now, and she’s so difficult to explain. She saved Aster today. Even though her own life is on the line and I don’t think she thought about it. I came in knowing what I was doing and now…How can something be right and hurt so damn much? Because I wonder. I wonder, if she’d been someone different or if I had? I wonder now. I didn’t use to.”
Sophia Menesini, The Veiled Threat

“There’s a slow clap from Caen and she meets his glaring eyes. He doesn’t like it when she recklessly uses her elven elemental magic, especially in front of Lycons.
“By my count, that’s two more surrenders than we had last time,” Shea states, batting her eyelashes with a grin.
She looks positively demonic with all the drying blood dripping down her face.
“Merciful Grace,” Caen deadpans.
He throws his hammer onto his shoulder.”
Sophia Menesini, The Veiled Threat

“I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.”
Marilyn Monroe

“If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

“Friendship ... is born at the moment when one man says to another "What! You too? I thought that no one but myself . . .”
C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves

“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
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“Shea’s laugh is quick and sharp like ice, and she thinks Caen is about to speak but she cuts him off, “She’s real now, and she’s so difficult to explain. She saved Aster today. Even though her own life is on the line and I don’t think she thought about it. I came in knowing what I was doing and now…How can something be right and hurt so damn much? Because I wonder. I wonder, if she’d been someone different or if I had? I wonder now. I didn’t use to.”
Sophia Menesini, The Veiled Threat

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