The Chronicles of Arianthem
The Chronicles of Arianthem is a sprawling, extensive series of action and adventure in a world inhabited by unabashedly sexual women. Described as "wickedly funny" and a "guilty pleasure," the series is quickly gaining a diverse group of fans.
Available July 16, 2015. The latest in the series follows the threads of three stories in which everyone seems destined to wind up in the bed of their enemy. The dragon Queen battles the Ancient dragons, the Ha'kan seek their friend and ally, Skye, and Raine must match wits with the seductive head of the Shadow Guild.
The foundation of the series. The story begin here as Raine, the sole survivor of two mythic races at last meets her perfect mate, Weynild, a stunningly beautiful older woman who just happens to be a dragon. Their bliss is complete but does not last long when the Hyr'rok'kin, denizens of the underworld, begin spewing forth from the Empty Land.
The Ha'kan are an all-female race, highly sexual and utterly non-monogamous. Skye, the heir of their sworn enemy, the Tavinter, seeks to bring peace to their two races by attending the Sjöfn Academy in a novel exchange program.
One of the racier novels in the "The Chronicles of Arianthem Series," Volume 3 brings a few more allies to the quest. Syn, a brigand, thief, and rogue, and the Lady Jorden, a noblewoman who takes what she wants, cross paths and create their own brand of fun and sexy adventure.
As the threat of the Hyr'rok'kin re-emerges, Raine has to act the diplomat to form alliances amongst the long-time rivals of Arianthem The diplomatic role wears on the warrior, especially since the price for cooperation for some seems to be sexual conquest, a price Raine cannot pay.
Raine enjoys a respite with her dragon lover in the land of the Ha’kan, recovering from the wounds sustained battling the dark demons of the Underworld. Skye is melancholy, thinking she has endangered everyone with her uncontrolled magic. But her despondency does not last long when she meets the ravishing mage who is to be her mentor, one who believes that sexual energy and magical energy are intimately related.
Samantha Sabian has quickly become one of the most popular authors of lesbian fantasy literature in the US and UK. Garnering fans from a wide swathe of readers worldwide, she has tapped into an audience that appreciates strong, funny, sexy women.