Blog Tour + Excerpt + Giveaway: Lost Crow Conspiracy by Rosalyn Eves

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Title: Lost Crow Conspiracy (Blood Rose Rebellion, Book 2)
Author: Rosalyn Eves
Pub. Date: March 27, 2018
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages: 464
Formats: Hardcover, ebook

Sixteen-year old Anna Arden was once just the magically barren girl from an elite Luminate family. Now she has broken the Binding—and Praetheria, the creatures held captive by the spell, wreak havoc across Europe. Lower-class citizens have access to magic for the first time, while other Luminates lose theirs forever. Austria and Hungary are at odds once more.

Anna Arden did not know breaking the Binding would break the world.

Anna thought the Praetheria were on her side, content and grateful to be free from the Binding. She thought her cousin Matyas's blood sacrifice to the disarm the spell would bring peace, equality, justice. She thought her future looked like a society that would let her love a Romani boy, Gabor.

But with the Monarchy breathing down her neck and the Praetheria intimidating her at every turn, it seems the conspiracies have only just begun.

As threat of war sweeps the region, Anna quickly discovers she can't solve everything on her own. Now there's only one other person who might be able to save the country before war breaks out. The one person Anna was sure she'd never see again. A bandit. A fellow outlaw. A man known as the King of Crows. Matyas.

“What are you doing here?” I supposed Vasilisa had climbed through the window again.
She waved her hand. “I am here because you are not at the ball, and I wish you to be there.”
I could not help it: I laughed. “So you are to be my fairy godmother?” She looked the part, I’d
grant, all pale loveliness. Though she had a hard, feral edge I’d never pictured when reading Cinderella.
Her answering smile showed all her pointed teeth. “If you like.”
“And shall I win the prince?” I asked, jesting.
“I hope you break his heart.” Vasilisa tapped her lips, then flicked her hands toward me.
My amusement vanished as silver threads began growing up my hands like a living thing, a
delicately sharp pattern like hoarfrost on the window in January. The dress too began to shift around
me, spikes springing from the collar like an Elizabethan ruff to encircle my head and throat. The skirt
slimmed and lengthened, a long pool of palest whites and blues, shimmering in the last fade of evening
“You shall go as the Queen of Winter, the ice at the end of the world. I want all the court to see
you as you are.”
Another flick of her narrow wrists, and something heavy settled on my head. Lifting my hands, I
found a glass crown, the points sharp enough to draw blood.
“Look,” Vasilisa said, turning me to the mirror.

Instead of the mask that was de rigueur at masquerades, the frost from my gloves continued up
my throat, spreading in swirls across my cheeks, biting across my lips. By some glamour, Vasilisa had
enhanced my purely average prettiness, until the face that peered back at me was like snow in
moonlight: beautiful, terrible, deadly. A face to break the hearts of men and women alike.
I was not certain I liked the girl in the mirror.
“This is how you see me?” I asked.
“As you could be—were you not afraid.”
I stared at my reflection for another long moment, wondering if it was fear that set my pulse
pounding or anticipation.
“Stop mooning at yourself,” Vasilisa said, pinching my arm above the frost gloves. “We have
work to do.”
And then she pulled a cloak of darkness across the two of us, opened the window on the sweet-
smelling summer evening, and flung us into the sky.

Rosalyn Eves grew up in the Rocky Mountains, dividing her time between reading books and bossing her siblings into performing her dramatic scripts. As an adult, the telling and reading of stories is still one of her favorite things to do. When she’s not reading or writing, she enjoys spending time with her chemistry professor husband and three children, watching British period pieces, or hiking through the splendid landscape of southern Utah, where she lives. She dislikes housework on principle.

She has a PhD in English from Penn State, which means she also endeavors to inspire college students with a love for the English language. Sometimes it even works. Rosalyn is represented by Josh Adams of Adams literary.

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  1. I can't wait for this book! I adore the cover.

  2. I'm dying to get my hands on this book! I devoured the first book in just 2 days and the anticipation for the second is killing me.

  3. Sounds like a fantastic book, and I love the cover. I can't wait to read it.


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