I'm thrilled to announce that The Sorcerer's Guardian is the runner-up in the Bisexual Fantasy Romance category of the Rainbow Awards!
Here's what some of the judges had to say:
"A perfect score from me for this elegantly written tale of wizardry and enduring love. Savarin is a master wizard, Loriot, the captain of the royal guard - an unlikely and reluctant pairing when Lorriot is directed to guard Savarin on his quest to shore up the magical defenses of Tournai. At first irritated by the wizard's seeming arrogance, Loriot grows to admire Savarin's strength of character and bravery. Their relationship is beautifully written, slow to start then a tumult of passion and desire that heated up the pages to a delicious degree. I loved this story and recommend it to anyone who likes well-crafted tales of alternate worlds and magic."
"The Sorcerer's Guardian was a touching, well-written, and absolutely solid fantasy. I settled into it easily, immersing myself in a believable world filled with complex characters, both main and supporting. I appreciated the internal struggles that the main characters went through to build their relationship, and that the plot was not dominated by a world-ending threat or violent conflict. I'd definitely recommend the Sorcerer's guardian to anyone who wants a good, and feel good, fantasy story."
"Engrossing story of magic, romance, and love, and the care that must be taken to skillfully manage each one."
I'll just be over here dancing around in excitement! Congratulations to all of the winners! Go check them out and add to your TBR list. And if you'd like to know more about The Sorcerer's Guardian, you can find it here.