queenimmortal Elizabeth’s latest release is the first book in a new fantasy series by Kaci MorganQueen Immortal, now available at Audible. Be sure to listen to the sample from this exciting debut at Audible!

Queen Beza is a woman untouched by those around her. Immortal as she might be, she hasn’t yet learned the art of loving anything other than her crown. For more than 300 years, she perfects being cold, hard, and relentless, refusing to let her walls down for anyone.

After an attempt is made on her life, she is led down a path of darkness, deceit, and betrayal, uncovering secrets along the way that were never meant to be uncovered. With her lead guardsman attempting to break through the ice surrounding her heart and a peasant woman who unveils the likelihood that Beza may not be the sole heir to the throne, Beza delves deeper into suspicion, isolating herself further.

Now, she must search for a brother she never knew, convinced he is after her title. In her quest to find the truth and defend her nation against forces both seen and unseen, Beza’s greatest ally may be her heart. But can she learn to trust those closest to her before she loses her queendom, her chance to love again, and most importantly, her life?

An enticing fantasy by debut author Kaci Morgan, Queen Immortal explores the lengths one woman will go to secure her power and status, even at the cost of all she should hold dear.

fifth_queen_1209 Fans of British costume dramas about royalty (such as Wolf Hall and the new Netflix release The Crown) will enjoy today’s Free Audio Friday audiobook: Elizabeth’s solo recording of The Fifth Queen, a novel about Katharine Howard, by Ford Madox Ford. You can download this book for free at LibriVox here.

The Fifth Queen trilogy is a series of connected historical novels by English novelist Ford Madox Ford. It consists of three novels, The Fifth Queen; And How She Came to Court (1906), Privy Seal (1907) and The Fifth Queen Crowned (1908), which present a highly fictionalized account of Katharine Howard’s marriage to King Henry VIII.