Queen Lucy Series by Rhiannon Lee — Blog Tour

Hellfire and Kittens

Queen Lucy Book 1

by Rhiannon Lee

Genre: Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance Adventure

Hell is just a place on earth, right? For Lucy, this couldn’t be any closer to the truth. Stuck working in another dead-end job in another unremarkable city, Lucy’s adapted to life on the run by arming herself with a smokescreen of snarky humor. Sometimes though, her filter-less sasses land her in hot water, especially when it comes to triggering her unruly magic.

After a trip to the pound, where a small, scrappy black cat befriends her, a rapid series of events thrusts Lucy—literally—into the complicated world of Hell.

Lucy will need to learn to rely on others and use the help offered to her by an alluring demon and a ragtag team of misfits in order to save Hell before it’s ripped apart by all manners of depraved, ruthless enemies.

The Queen Lucy series is a fantasy romance adventure with a reverse harem theme.
** This series contains explicit language and adult situations. **

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Hexes and Wolves

Queen Lucy Book 2

Like greeting an old friend, if that friend is a slap across the face from reality, Lucy launches herself headfirst into a new series of challenges that come with the territory of being the Queen of Hell.

On top of being pulled every which way by royal duties and rules, and a conflict simmering just below the surface of Hell’s five realms, Lucy must also juggle a newfound romantic life she couldn’t have previously imagined. As her love for Cain grows, the arrival of a mysterious stranger throws a wrench in her initial plans. And of course, he’s not the only one who has their eyes set on the vivacious queen.

The uncertainty of Lucy’s future increases as a lurking threat begins to rear its head. Can Lucy figure out the key to keeping her world intact while also opening her heart to the love of all the men in her life before it’s too late?

The Queen Lucy series is a fantasy romance adventure with a reverse harem theme.
** This series contains explicit language and adult situations. **

Hijinks and Demons

Queen Lucy Book 3

On the scale of being caked by a minxle to foiling assassinations, everything should have prepared the Queen of Hell for waking up to a handsome stranger, right? After Abaddon ran away with this tail firmly tucked, and Lucy could finally catch her breath, she was prepared to start a new life with the men and family she loved most. But letting her guard down was her first mistake.

In a race against her own future, Lucy must trust her instincts now more than ever. And if she wants to stand a chance at restoring Hell and her reign, she also needs to tread carefully around familiar faces. If there is one thing she knows all too well, it’s that not everyone is as they seem.

The Queen Lucy series is a fantasy romance adventure with a reverse harem theme.
** This series contains explicit language and adult situations. **

Goodreads * Amazon

Horoscopes and Oaths

Queen Lucy Book 4

Lucy must prove herself to the people of Hell for a second time. And things are not just where she left them. If that doesn’t make things difficult enough, Cain and Bohden don’t remember her and she learns that reclaiming the rest of her men won’t be as easy as she hoped.
With her world falling apart, she must march an army across hell to defeat Abaddon once and for all. But will there be enough time to reunite her family, or will she lose part of her heart forever?

This is the epic conclusion to the Queen Lucy series. It contains adult situations and language, and a fair share of hilarity. A why choose romance adventure!

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Get the Box Set here!


Rhiannon Lee lives in the Appalachian hills of West Virginia where she loves to spend time with her family, friends & her rambunctious orange tabby named Chicken Nugget.

Addicted to music, obsessed with books and highly dependent on coffee, she spends her free-time trying to play with squirrels, consuming sci-fi and fantasy movies, and making art.

Website * Facebook * FB Group * Twitter * Instagram * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

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Tour Schedule

Sep 10
kickoff at Silver Dagger Book Tours
The Library of Erana

Sep 11
Twisted Book Ramblings

Sep 12
Devouring Books – GUEST POST

Sep 13
Chapters through life
Alated Bibliophile

Sep 14
Books all things paranormal and romance
Insane Books

Sep 15
Books a Plenty Book Reviews
Midnight Book Reader

Sep 16
Lady Hawkeye
Scrupulous Dreams

Sep 17
Girl with Pen
The Bookshelf Fairy

Sep 20
The Book Junkie Reads . . .

Sep 21
The Sexy Nerd ‘Revue’

Sep 22
Writing Dreams

Sep 23
eBook Addicts

Sep 24
Inside the Insanity

Sep 25
4covert2overt ☼ A Place In The Spotlight ☼

Sep 26
❧Defining Ways❧

Sep 27

Sep 28
Momma Says: To Read or Not to Read

Sep 29
The Scratching Post

Sep 30
Stormy Nights Reviewing & Bloggin’

Oct 1

Oct 4
A Pinch of Bookdust
The Faerie Review

Oct 5
Craving Lovely Books
The Book Dragon

Oct 6
A Reader’s Book Corner
Liliyana Shadowlyn

Oct 7
Bedazzled By Books
Cover Love Book Blog

Oct 8
Book Lovers 4Ever
Teatime and Books

Oct 9
Don’t Judge, Read – REVIEW

Oct 10
Valerie Ullmer | Romance Author

Author Interview

Who is your hero and why?

The women in my family will always be my heroes. They are the people that have made me feel most loved in this world, and every one of them is interesting and a tad quirky. When I was growing up, I spent a lot of time at my grandparent’s house. My grandmother, Phyllis, would take me to the store and encourage me to buy as many books as I wanted in one trip. And believe me, I tested the theory. One afternoon, I plopped twelve babysitter’s club books on the counter, and she never batted an eye. In fact, she had almost selected that many herself. Then we would come home and eat cup-a-soup with oyster crackers while watching either Bewitched or Scarecrow and Mrs. King.

My grandmother was a strong woman who held our family together. She had raised four children with little money while my grandfather built his career as an electrical engineer. Because of that, she could come across as stubborn and opinionated. Everyone would give my grandfather hugs when they visited, but rarely was my grandmother included. She never protested or expressed hurt feelings, but I remember glancing over at her one day as we were headed out her door and wondering why we never hugged her, too. And then I thought about how awful that was because she loved us so much. From then on, I made sure she got just as many hugs as my grandfather. Other family members took notice, too, and started hugging her. Honestly, I don’t think she knew what to do with all the affection at first, but she figured it out.

She wasn’t the only woman who took a hand in my upbringing. When my great grandmother Alice stayed at my grandparent’s house, we would watch wrestling while eating peppermint patties from her stash. When she wasn’t watching television, she was reading gossip magazines and discussing Bat Boy or whatever headline was popular. I never once saw her with anything but jet-black hair, and she wore red lipstick religiously, even in her eighties. She used to collect bells and write letters to the president. One time she began sending in our family recipes to the newspaper to be published. My grandmother found out and was furious. My grandmother took her postage stamps away for a week.

I could write a thousand stories about how they taught me to have inner strength and love myself, which they did just by loving me exactly the way I was. I always felt accepted when I was in their presence. Their memory is a gift I will carry with me always.

Where were you born/grew up at?

I was born in the beautiful hills of West Virginia. My mom said it snowed for the first time that year on my birthing day. I grew up surrounded by nature, with a family that taught me to identify plants, birds, and animals. Spending the day traipsing barefoot down the creek was not an unusual activity when I was young. When I was seven, we moved to Germany with my stepfather, who was in the military. For three years, I was immersed in a wholly different culture and community. We didn’t live on the military base; we had an apartment in town with the local folk. The food was amazing. From loaves of sourdough to gingerbread cookies to bratwursts, I devoured deliciousness I had never before experienced. While we were there, we vacationed through the Black Forest, France, and Switzerland.

I finally arrived back in West Virginia at the age of nine, but not without forever being changed by the incredible people and culture I found in Europe. That’s not to say that I don’t love where I was born, because I do. I still live in these glorious mountains. In fact, I spend my mornings outside, feeding birds and squirrels while I drink my coffee and get ready for my day. I do not, however, walk barefoot down creek beds anymore, although sometimes I think I should.

Do you read yourself and if so, what is your favorite genre?

I love to read! My favorite genre is fantasy, with a dash of the occasional woman’s humor book. I started reading Piers Anthony as a teen and moved on to some of my most loved authors; Anne McCaffrey, Andre Norton, Terry Goodkind and Terry Brooks. I picked up a book by Sherrilyn Kenyon in my early twenties and got pulled over into the fantasy romance genre. I’ve been lost ever since.

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