Crimson Dahlia Gets a Facelift

Crimson Dahlia is the third book in my Svatura series and it has gotten a facelift!

Originally self-published in August 2013, it (and the rest of the Svatura series) was contracted by The Wild Rose Press and published again in 2015. I can’t believe it’s already been five years and the rights have reverted back to me.

So I gave it this gorgeous new cover (designed by yours truly) and did a refresher round of edits. No major changes, just updating some of the language and editing out some bad habits I’ve since kicked as a writer.

I’d forgotten a lot of what was in this book and series, it had been so long. So it was a blast to get to relive it with these characters again.

Crimson Dahlia is NEWLY AVAILABLE in it’s new, improved self-published format as of NOW! Check all ebook retailers. The rest of the series will follow, one a week, over the next few weeks.

Will she rise like a phoenix or perish in the flames?

Lila Jenner left her family to start a new life away from Ramsey Pierce. After decades of rejection, she needs the chance to discover who she is without him. Helping to rebuild relationships between tribes of Svatura is just the opportunity she needs.

Determined that the fire raging inside him will never harm Lila, Ramsey denies the magical bond that could be theirs alone. But when an old enemy resurfaces and Lila disappears, he realizes he’ll do anything to win her back and make her his.

However, Maddox, driven by a centuries-old quest for revenge, is stronger than any of them ever imagined. Friends and enemies must band together against this shared threat. Even then, they may discover too late that one dragon is not always enough…


***This novel was previously published with a different cover and has undergone a re-edit. Things were added and changed, but the kissing still remains!

Abigail Owen’s writing is still magical and spell-binding, but it is the pace of her story which keeps the reader continually turning the page.

— All In One Place



Blue Violet | White Hyacinth | Crimson Dahlia | Black Orchid

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