Never before have naked green ladies had such a compelling reason to be naked and green.
I bought “Doomseeds” today for $2.99, after downloading Book One (Botanicaust) for free, then buying Book 2 (Taking the Knife, a 99-cent short story) and falling in love with Sefe. I’ve also read an ARC of The Reaping Room, about Michael (a mute narrator), who appeared in Book One. It’s interesting to revisit Tula’s scenes from Michael’s POV. Well done, Tam!
Update (August 13): I love Doomseeds, but I’m mad at Sefe.
The exciting second novel in the Botanicaust Series is now available!
When Jubal, a friendly trader, arrives at the Holdout with news of Eily’s lost twin sister, Eily doesn’t hesitate to head into the cannibal wasteland to save her. But the government insists she carry a tracking device she knows will be the end of the people she once called family.
Jubal has always avoided two things: slave trading and the green-skinned Flame Runnas. But now a cannibal king is holding his father prisoner until he brings back a Flame Runna slave. Beautiful, green-skinned Eily makes the task easy, volunteering to come along. Easy until Jubal falls in love…
With a father’s life at stake on one side and a sister’s on the other, someone is going to have to lose. And the loser might just be humanity.