Freya Marske lives in Australia, where she is yet to be killed by any form of wildlife. She writes stories full of magic, blood, and as much kissing as she can get away with, and she co-hosts the Hugo Award-nominated podcast Be the Serpent. Her hobbies include figure-skating and discovering new art galleries, and she is on a quest to try all the gin in the world. She is the author of The Last Binding trilogy.
Stunning—the writing is lush, the world-building is fascinating, and the romance is searing hot. I am completely obsessed with this story of unrepentantly dangerous people falling in love with one another -- Cat Sebastian, author of <i>The Queer Principles of Kit Webb</i> Delightful and spicy . . . Marske is simply superb at her chosen genres -- <i>The New York Times</i> on The Last Binding trilogy A delightful, twisty, endlessly charming romp. I would travel anywhere with these characters -- Grace D. Li, author of <i>Portrait of a Thief</i> A Restless Truth keeps all the heart and heat of A Marvellous Light, but quadruples the hijinks. It's the lesbian locked-room murder mystery of my dreams. Beyond delightful -- Alix E. Harrow, author of <i>Starling House</i> on <i>A Restless Truth</i> Jaw-droppingly fantastic. Anyone who's ever hoped that the Miss Phryne Fisher Mysteries had a bit more magic and a lot more sex is going to adore this book, which doesn't skimp on either. Add to that fantastic, thoroughly captivating characters, a deeply engaging story and divinely lyrical prose. In a word: delightful -- Jenn Lyons, author of <i>The Ruin of Kings</i> on <i>A Restless Truth</i> A magical world of exquisite refinement, where peril skims beneath manners, interiors bespeak both faultless taste and deadly secrets, and the sexual tension crescendos until it literally makes sparks fly. A dazzling debut -- Shelley Parker-Chan, author of <i>She Who Became the Sun</i> on <i>A Marvellous Light</i> A breathtaking queer romantic fantasy . . . Sensual erotic scenes, an intriguing magic system, and a puzzling mystery combine to make this novel a wonder -- <i>Publishers Weekly</i> starred review on <i>A Marvellous Light</i>