Romantasy | Prepub Alert, December 2024 Titles

Thea Guanzon and A.K. Mulford pen sequels, while Emily Rath and Rachel Van Dyken launch new series.








Guanzon, Thea. A Monsoon Rising. (The Hurricane Wars, bk. 2). Harper Voyager. Dec. 2024. ISBN 9780063277304. 400p. $32. ROMANTASY

Guanzon pens a sequel to the bestselling The Hurricane Wars. Alaric and Talasyn are navigating their political marriage. Plots are piling up, even as a magical event threatens everyone’s world—no matter what side they are on. Dragons play a larger role as the story unfolds. With a 150K-copy first printing.

Mulford, A.K. A Sky of Emerald Stars. (The Golden Court, bk. 2). Harper Voyager. Dec. 2024. ISBN 9780063291478. 368p. $28.99. ROMANTASY

Bestselling Mulford (A River of Golden Bones) offers the second book in this romantasy trilogy about wolf royalty, continuing wolf-shifter Calla’s story of self-discovery and also focusing on royal guard Sadie. The Golden Court is spurred to action when a rival wolf king abducts the queen’s friend Ora, sending Sadie on a mission with complicated Navin. With a 100K-copy first printing.

Rath, Emily. North Is the Night. (Tuonela Duet, bk. 1). Erewhon. Dec. 2024. ISBN 9781645662204. 488p. $30. ROMANTASY

Inspired by Finnish folklore, bestselling Rath (“Jacksonville Rays” and “Second Sons” series) starts a new duology. When Aina is dragged into the underworld, a pawn to the Witch Queen and of interest to the king, Siiri travels to the far north, hoping to gather the aid of a legendary shaman to enter the world of death and save her.

Van Dyken, Rachel. Fallen Gods (Standard Edition). Entangled: Red Tower. Dec. 2024. ISBN 9781649377166. 528p. $29.99. ROMANTASY

Bestselling Van Dyken, who writes Regency and contemporary romance, turns to romantasy with this story set in a small Norwegian town. Plot details are slim, other than it involves secrets, legends, and desire. With a 300K-copy first printing.

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