“Hunter’s finest work to date.”
“The perfect marriage of urban fantasy with tinges of romance.”
The newest contemporary fantasy/paranormal romance
from Elizabeth Hunter.
Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within.
Ava Matheson came to Istanbul looking for answers, but others came looking for her. A reckless warrior guards her steps, but will Malachi’s own past blind him to the truth of who Ava might be? While ancient forces gather around them, both Ava and Malachi search for answers.
Whispering voices. Deadly touch. Their passion should be impossible… or it could be the only thing keeping them alive.
“The Singer boasts a truly excellent blend of action, treachery and romance that ends with a startling plot twist. Hunter is an author to watch!”—4 Stars from RT Magazine
a continuation of the Irin Chronicles World
A limited edition Smashwords and iTunes exclusive boxed set of Ava and Malachi’s complete trilogy at an incredible limited edition price. (Includes “On a Clear Winter Night.”)
FAQ: Irin Chronicles
1. Really? You started another series?
Listen, I never claimed to be wise. Or to like sleep. (Okay, that’s a lie, I love to sleep.)
2. It’s about angels?
Eeeeeh, kinda? I mean, it is. But it’s not. The angels in the Irin Chronicles are NOT the heroes. At all. Having an interest in world religions means I get kind of irky (it’s a word) about angels being fluffy good guys with wings. Not to say there aren’t some great, fascinating series featuring angels (like Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series, which is great) but in general, I’m not a big angel fan. (I know! Probably not the best person to write an “angel” series. Oh well.) So the heroes in this series are definitely not the angels. They’re… something different.
3. But a third series?
Sometimes, you get ideas that really won’t leave you alone. And the Irin Chronicles was one of them. It didn’t leave me alone so much that I had to travel to Israel and Turkey for research. I had to go back to Vienna in November. (COLD!) This is a series that I had to write. And oftentimes, it wasn’t fun, but… I love it. It’s probably the most original world-building I’ve ever done. These books have magic. And magic, I have learned, is really not easy. So I love them. They were challenging. They made my brain hurt sometimes. But as we’re approaching the release of the third book (THE SECRET, March 31st) I can honestly say, I’m so grateful this idea didn’t leave me alone, because I’m really proud of these books.
4. Will there be more than three books?
Well, I’ve gone back and forth. First it was no. Then it was yes! Then it was NO. Then it was… probably? Then it was “No, I’m pretty sure I’m going to kill everyone with an asteroid and be done with all of them. ALL OF THEM, DO YOU HEAR ME!? Not even the cockroaches of Vienna shall survive!”
And then I calmed down a bit and decided that YES, there will be more books. But Ava and Malachi’s journey will finish with THE SECRET. (They’ll show up again as supporting characters, though, much like Gio and B did in the Elemental series.) I just got to the end of writing The Secret and realized there were SO many more stories to tell in this world. I’m probably going to take a break, but I’ll be back.
5. Did you really have to do THAT? (If you’ve read THE SCRIBE, you know what I’m talking about.)
Yep. I really, really did. Trust me. I have a plan.
Copyright 2015, Elizabeth Hunter