Celebrating Sea of Shadows with Amy Maroney

I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Amy Maroney on our anthology, Betrayal, and never tire of finding ways to celebrate successes. I am excited to share Amy’s new novel – Sea of Shadows – published on April 12.

Sea of Shadows
by Amy Maroney

1459. A gifted woman artist. A ruthless Scottish privateer. And an audacious plan that throws them together—with dangerous consequences.

No one on the Greek island of Rhodes suspects Anica is responsible for her Venetian father’s exquisite portraits, least of all her wealthy fiancé. But her father’s vision is failing, and with every passing day it’s more difficult to conceal the truth.

When their secret is discovered by a powerful knight of the Order of St. John, Anica must act quickly to salvage her father’s honor and her own future. Desperate, she enlists the help of a fierce Scottish privateer named Drummond. Together, they craft a daring plan to restore her father’s sight.

There’s only one problem—she never imagined falling in love with her accomplice.

Before their plan can unfold, a shocking scandal involving the knights puts Anica’s entire family at risk. Her only hope is to turn to Drummond once again, defying her parents, her betrothed, even the Grand Master of the Knights himself. But can she survive the consequences?

With this captivating tale of passion, courage, and loyalty, Amy Maroney brings a lost, dazzling world to vivid life.

Sea of Shadows is Book 2 in a series of stand-alone historical novels packed with adventure and romance. ­­­­­­­­­­­­

If you enjoy reading the history behind the fiction, do visit Amy’s blog. She writes about the Knights Hospitallers in Rhodes, Greece, a real Scotsman who served them, and the women artists who inspired her heroine Anica Foscolo. Did you know the the Mediterranean spice trade was a bit like the Gold Rush?

I commend [Maroney’s] depth of research, the colorful, sense-awakening, descriptive elements, as well as an innate feel she has as a writer for what creates a compelling story. Sea of Shadows churns with adventure and romance, transporting the reader to a time and place that few authors have bothered to explore.

Brooke Allen, Goodreads review

About Amy

Amy Maroney studied English Literature at Boston University and worked for many years as a writer and editor of nonfiction. She lives in Oregon, U.S.A. with her family. When she’s not diving down research rabbit holes, she enjoys hiking, dancing, traveling, and reading. Amy is the author of The Miramonde Series, an award-winning historical fiction trilogy about a Renaissance-era female artist and the modern-day scholar on her trail. Her new historical suspense/romance series, Sea and Stone Chronicles, is set in medieval Rhodes and Cyprus.

Find Amy online:

Website: https://www.amymaroney.com/
Twitter: twitter.com/wilaroney
Facebook: www.facebook.com/amymaroneyauthor
Instagram: www.instagram.com/amymaroneywrites/
Pinterest: pinterest.com/amyloveshistory/
Book Bub: www.bookbub.com/profile/amy-maroney
Amazon Author Page: author.to/AmyMaroneyAmazonPage
Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/15831603.Amy_Maroney

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