Psi-terch Universe

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DAW Books
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New York, NY 10014, USA


"A sexy , thrilling , enchanting , magical  story. After reading this book I cannot wait to  get  my hand on the next  Rowankind book." - JoDean Anderson


"This is the sequel to the marvellous magical pirate adventure Winterwood, which was one of my favourite books of last year. Less magic and pirating, but still well worth a read." Jaine Fenn


"LOTS of great badass women of various kinds." - Wordnerdy


"I’d recommend Silverwolf for readers who particularly enjoy historical fantasy or just like to get wrapped up in a good meaty fantasy novel. If you haven’t read Winterwood, go get that one first, and then settle in for some good reading!" Sherry (via Goodreads)


What they said about Winterwood

"Winterwood is a perfect blend of magic, historical fiction, and romance—it truly has something for every reader." Barnes & Noble:


"Swashbuckling adventure collides with mystical mayhem on land and at sea in this rousing historical fantasy series launch set in a magic-infused England in 1800.... Bedford (Crossways) adeptly weaves together romance, action, and fantastical elements, all set against a richly realized series of far-flung locations. Conflict both nautical and emotional keeps things exciting." Publisher's Weekly | Details & Permalink


Top PickA fabulous plot and engaging storyline. Don’t miss this fantasy read. It’s quite unlike anything else on the market. - Night Owl Review Top Pick


"Swashbuckling action, folklore  and characters to care about: this is an authentic English take on historical fantasy, magic and class.' - Kari Sperring


"A finely crafted and well-researched plunge into swashbuckling, sorcery, shape-shifting and the Fae!
Highly entertaining."
- Elizabeth Ann Scarborough


"A fabulous and fun action-packed story, with an engaging heroine." - Liz Williams


"Winterwood is a powerfully exciting start to a new series, leaving me waiting in anticipation for book two." ~~ Dee Astell in The Nameless Zine


"This book has so many of the elements I love in a good fantasy: pirates, fae, magic, a wolf shapeshifter, a heroine who disguises herself as a man, adventure, romance, an alternative historical setting… really, this book is just my thing." - The Book Adventures.


Rowankind, Book 2
A tale of loyalty, love
and magic running wild.

DAW, 3rd January 2017,
Mass Market Paperback

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Back Cover Copy

“Swashbuckling adventure collides with mystical mayhem…in this rousing historical fantasy series…set in a magic-infused England.”
—Publishers Weekly

Britain, 1801. King George’s episodic sanity is almost as damaging as his madness. First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte is gathering his forces in France. The disease of democracy is spreading. The world is poised on the brink of the modern era, but the rowankind, long a source of free labor, have shaken off their bonds. Some have returned to Iaru to find freedom with the Fae; others are trying to find a place in the world, looking for fair treatment under the law. The course of the industrial revolution may change forever.

Wild magic is on the rise. Creatures of legend are returning to the world: kelpies, pixies, trolls, hobs and goblins. 

Ross and Corwen, she a summoner witch and he a wolf shapechanger, have freed the rowankind from bondage, but now they are caught in the midst of the conflict, while trying their best to avoid the attention of the Mysterium, the government organisation which would see them hanged for their magic.

When an urgent letter calls Corwen back to Yorkshire, he and Ross become embroiled in dark magic, family secrets and industrial treachery. London beckons. There they discover a missing twin, an unexpected friend, and an old enemy—called Walsingham.

“A finely crafted and well-researched plunge into swashbuckling, sorcery, shape-shifting, and the Fae! Highly entertaining.”—Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, Nebula Award-winning author of The Healer’s War


Jacey says:

Bonaparte is an ever-present threat, but Britain is facing another threat. The rowankind are free. The Mysterium is trying to control magic, but wild magical creatures are on the loose and the government is worried.

Ross and Corwen's happy-ever-after is cut short when they are called to deal with a child-murdering kelpie in Devon. Magical creatures are on the rampage, the Fae are making impossible demands and the Mysterium is trying to imprison the Rowankind.

On top of all this Corwen's family is in disarray. His father is ill, someone is sabotaging his sister, Lily's mill, and his wayward twin, Freddie, has gone missing in London.



"Jacey Bedford brings a 19th Century England to life-- with a twist. This is a world like our own but blessed, or some might say cursed, with magic. This is a glorious book, a voluptuous book (does that make sense?), brimming with fascinating detail, overflowing with action, brimming with emotion (it even wrung a tear from me: that's very unusual for a book. The last book that made me cry while reading was 'The Road')

A door has been unlocked, and a wild dance of magic has been unleashed in the world. Humans, magic user or not, Rowankind, Fae and fabulous creatures need to find a place in this world. Our heroes, the witch and the shapeshifter, must use their skills, compassion and courage to resolve the problems, in the public and the private spheres, that this new world brings
." - Deborah J Walker


"This is the sequel to the marvellous magical pirate adventure Winterwood, which was one of my favourite books of last year. Less magic and pirating, but still well worth a read, as the story unfolds in the same readable and pleasing way, and the two central characters are great. Contains a bit of raunchy stuff, though that's no bad thing." Jaine Fenn


"The  amazing cast of characters, the historical setting and the plot that had my eyes glued to the page Jacey Bedford creates an amazing story with Sliverwolf." JoDean Anderson
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