Flight of the Godkin Griffin, Godkindred Book 1

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On the eve of her retirement from the army, Mistress Commander Angharad Godkin finds herself re-activated and directed to replace the governor of the newly conquered territory of Shraeven. With its multitude of diverse societies and religions, the province will not be easy to tame; but Angharad has thirty-four years of experience and is determined to succeed–even with the additional challenge of an ex-lover as her second-in-command.

However, what starts out as a seemingly predictable military challenge takes multiple unexpected turns at the hands of Shraeven’s rebellious people, their unorthodox beliefs, and their capricious, demanding, and very tangible gods. Angharad quickly finds herself the central piece in a game being fought on too many levels, all of them very foreign to her nature and background.

But if she’s being forced to play, she’s going to play to win; and Shraeven may come to regret having gotten her into the game.

Genre (setting): sword & sorcery (Godkindred)
Tags: furries, religion, politics, asexual, bisexual protagonist, mythical creatures
Rating: R for implied rape, violence

 


The Godson’s Triumph, Godkindred Book 2

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Mistress Commander Angharad Godkin hates politics… so of course, her ruler the Godson sent her to replace the Governor of barely tamed Shraeven province. She hates religion, so naturally, the native gods began to plague her the moment she arrived. And since she hates both, the gods started playing politics–and the politicians began playing at godhood. In Flight of the Godkin Griffin, Angharad, a creaky old veteran of the Godkindred Kingdom’s many wars of conquest, was dragged out of retirement only to discover her newest assignment–to rule a province in peace–might finally be the death of her.

But she wasn’t anticipating getting the attention of her own monarch. And she certainly wasn’t expecting to face off against him in a battle that will decide now just her own fate, and not just the fate of Shraeven Province… but of the world itself.

The Godson’s Triumph returns us to the world of Angharad Godkin and her comrades and concludes their epic journey. But who will be left standing when the fires burn out and an ancient truth is finally revealed?

Genre (setting): sword & sorcery (Godkindred)
Tags: furries, religion, politics, asexual, bisexual protagonist, mythical creatures
Rating: R for implied violence