True love just got hairy.
Victory has given up on her own happy ending.
So the nerdy chemist makes sure everyone else gets theirs. All of her friends in the Keepers. She can live vicariously through their romances, without all of the emotional hang ups or distractions. Vic can help the world – and the Keepers – better that way.
Portal hopping to Nepal, she’s stepped into a war zone between the local villagers and the Yeti. Over the last year, she’s become the Midnight Witch to them. A magical healer that saves them from the villagers. But the malevolent Beldam that drives the war has taken notice of her work in the mountains and plots her revenge.
Raza, King of the Yeti, cannot thank Victory enough for what she has done for his people. He will do whatever he must to keep her safe from the Beldam that cursed him. Even if it makes her hate him. Because to him, she’s so much more than the Midnight Witch. She’s the woman he would love if he was free to do so.
Victory doesn’t want love, but she finds herself drawn to Raza anyway. Even if he is infuriating and overbearing. Even if they can only speak through sign language. But she sees the kindness and devotion behind his Yeti face, and his come to care for him for it.
Can Victory break Raza’s curse and save the Yeti from the evil Beldam? Will she find a prince inside her mountain beast?
Or will the Beldam destroy the Yeti and Victory along with them? Read Victory’s Kiss to find out!
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Too Christian for Mainstream Publishing, Too Secular For Christian Publishing.
We occupy the space between both. Life isn't simple or free of trials, so why should fiction be?
We're not a "Christian Publisher". You'll find no limp-wristed, sanitized and boring fiction meant to browbeat readers into conversion.
Harkening back to Lewis, Tolkien, we aren't afraid to express our beliefs in the context of the story while keeping the creativity and wonder of speculative fiction. Faith has real power, in our world and in our books, and ignoring or being condescending about it leaves an entire facet of the human condition on the table.
There is no victory without trial, no dawn without night, and to write without that produces flat and uninspiring stories.
So if you're tired of nihilistic fantasy that revels in the worst of humanity, science fiction without the hope and wonder, adventure stories without heroes, Silver Empire is the publisher for you.