Her peaceful life was an illusion. Terrifying creatures hold the keys to her freedom. Jenevier must find the strength to claim her destiny and save her world.
If you enjoy character-rich quests, surprising discoveries around every corner, and an ending you never saw coming, then you'll love the first installment of JK Ensley's epic fantasy series, A Dance with Destiny.
Once kissed by paralyzing darkness, Jenevier Embarr must learn to fight if she ever hopes to live a free life. Yet, such a daunting task is only attainable by surrendering herself over to an ethereal power... one that is far from heavenly.
Touted As "a fantasytale that effortlessly pulls you inside the story" and "Lord of the Rings, if a woman had written it" Cursed by Diamonds will leave you awestruck and eager to consume the rest of this magical tale.
Now you can enjoy this fantastically twisting beginning for free... and be ready to see YOUR destiny in a whole new light.
For know this... Every curse has a blessing and every blessing has a curse. When you stand face to face with your destiny, will you be able to tell one from the other?
An epic journey of love and magic, curses and trials, joys and pain, Cursed by Diamonds is only the beginning.
About the Author
JK Ensley is a native Tennessean by way of Missouri, born there and quickly ushered down South. A product of public school and private college, she spent her early twenties bouncing across the country. Fascinated by rich culture, ancient customs, and thick accents, she’s compelled to drink in the many exquisite differences humanity is gifted with. A self-described, happily divorced mother of three with a black belt in snarkism and an über common minivan, she does little to hide her wicked wit, advanced sarcasm, and extreme shoe addiction. “At the core of me, I’m one slightly twisted, pink haired, sword wielding, invisible ninja with a laptop, an imagination, and very little me time. That’s just who I am. I’m comfortable in my skin and I love my life. Totally not kidding about the hair, the swords, or the laptop, but I might’ve stretched it just a little with the invisible part.”