Dark Caravan Cycle #3
Coming out from HarperCollins / Balzer+Bray 2-28-17
An Empress Fighting For Her Crown
After three long years in exile, Nalia is ready to return to her homeland and sit on the throne that is rightfully hers. But the gods might have other plans. Forced to endure untold horrors on the journey to Arjinna, Nalia learns that it will take more than cutting down the tyrant Calar to get her crown.
An Army Fighting To Survive
Raif’s return to Arjinna as the commander of the revolution against Calar and her army isn’t as smooth as he’d hoped. Though he has more soldiers than ever before, his love for Nalia is losing him the trust of his comrades…and the war. But little does the resistance know that insurrection is brewing among Calar’s own ranks—and from the one person she trusts the most.
A Land Worth Fighting For
Arjinna is dying—Calar’s evil experiments with dark magic and the strength of her own psychic powers threaten to destroy the land of the jinn. Is Nalia and Raif’s enduring love enough to transform and rescue their homeland? Will they be willing to save the realm, no matter the cost?
Freedom’s Slave marks the exhilarating end of Heather Demetrios’s Dark Caravan Cycle.
Praise for the Dark Caravan Cycle
"Seductive, refreshing, and unforgettable!"
--Sarah J. Maas, bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series
“The story unfolds at a swift, even pace, and the world building is superb; the jinn inhabit an intoxicating, richly realized realm of magic, politics, spirituality, and history. Readers will wish they had a jinni to grant them the next book in the series.”
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Blending ancient myth and glittering modernity, it’s an intricate and smartly written story.”
"Brilliantly flawed characters lead the reader on an emotional and dangerous journey through mystical, magical realms that hide secrets from all."
--VOYA (starred review)
“This sequel to Exquisite Captive retains all the electric, enthralling twists and rich world building of the first, and Nalia and Raif’s complicated relationship is sure to once again hook readers.”