The battle of the sexes has been won by the women in these tales with a twist!
The Queendom of Evlantis
Take an ancient city of six-thousand women convinced that they're the only civilization on earth, add men who are enslaved and forced to cater to their every whim, and throw in a dollop of political unrest. Bring in a mysterious stranger from outside the Queendom who upsets the status quo and you get a rollicking tale of mischief, mayhem, and catfights in the matriarchal Queendom of Evlantis. Amidst the uproar, Low Queen Sephora schemes to become the next High Queen using every tool in her arsenal, including gossip, subterfuge, and betrayal, while Servus plots to free the men so that he can win the heart of the woman he loves.
Following the upheaval in The Queendom of Evlantis, Sephora changes her strategy. Instead of the harpy-gone-wild approach that cost her dearly, she adopts a simmering, calculated application of evil to secure her position on the high throne. Sephora's Revenge takes the reader back to the ancient Queendom for another dose of rampant women's superiority. Ava has turned the city on its ear, Sephora is fighting mad, and the women of the estrogen-empowered Queendom exercise the right to change their minds. Can Ava, Rachel, and Hannah stay the course in championing the rights of men? Will Servus be able to win the heart of the woman he loves?
About the Author
Juliet Y. Mark has done a lot of this and even more of that. Her careers span three decades. In her all-time favorite occupation, she changed diapers, kissed boo-boos, and gave hugs. She's a born storyteller with a great sense of humor and an even bigger imagination. Mark lives in Buffalo, New York, with her husband and two daughters.
Filled with intrigue, humor, suspense, and romance, the Unfallen series takes place in a fascinating world that challenges cultural beliefs. These books will resonate deeply with any woman who has ever been daughter or a mother. Or any human who has wondered what the world would be like with the women in charge.