In the year 2514, the only thing more dangerous than the seas is those who sail them.
When Clara Eden is offered a job as an archivist working for eccentric estate owner Agatha Montague, she thinks her prayers have been answered. Soon, she finds herself sucked into her research world, captivated by a romantic correspondence thousands of years old. But as her feelings for her employer’s assistant, Fiadh, deepen, so does her suspicion that something about Agatha Montague isn’t right. Unfortunately for Clara, it is far too late to run by the time her suspicions are confirmed.
is the award-winning author of six novels, including Nottingham, which was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award and winner of Foreword Reviews INDIES LGBTQ+ Book of the Year (Silver Medal), and Thorn, which received an IPPY Silver Medal in Fantasy, a Foreword Reviews INDIES LGBTQ+ Book of the Year (Gold Medal), and was long-listed for the ALA Over the Rainbow Fiction Award. Her other novels include Compass Rose and Sea Wolf and the Seal Cove Romance series. Her writing interests include feminist retellings and queer fiction. You can learn more about her at ANNA BURKE www.annahburke.com.