While two diamond-marked Queens toil under the watch of the monstrous Alexandria, an awakening is happening-- one that the renegade queen would never suspect.
Jack, Stag King of El'Anret, stirs from his crystal slumber.
As death waits around every corner and honored allies begin to fall, he has but one choice: harness the darkness inside him, before El'Anret falls deeper into madness. Jack must find any ally he can to save not only his mother and the rightful Queen of Diamonds, but the only world he's ever truly called home.
Will the Stag King balance the scales between dark and light, or will El'Anret be lost forever?
KING OF DIAMONDS is the explosive finale of Melody Klink's Tales of El'Anret series.
While pretending to be a human, Melody Klink likes to write down words. Lots and lots of them. All to gain the admiration and trust of the human masses.
Wait. I mean… Melody Klink is a lovable little scamp with a sweet tooth for all things coffee. When she's not collecting superstitions about the American South, she can be found scribbling out stories on just about anything, which explains her odd assortment of used napkins, pictures of skin, and copious number of notebooks.
While her first foray into publishing was Bad Mood Boogaloo, a picture book for toddlers, she also enjoys writing novels, and has several titles in the works. Her debut novel, Godeater: The Second World, released on February 29th, 2016. She currently resides in the Mid-South with her husband, daughters, and one annoying cat.
Release day review: It's out, and wow... it's been a long journey.
King of Diamonds, being the final novella in the Tale of El'Anret series, covers a lot of ground. Beloved allies are lost, new alliances are forged, and once again, desperately trying to be good clashes with never going to stop being evil. It's beautiful and painful and chaotic and... well, it's the end.