I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for erotic romance “The Scorpion’s Empress”. The tour runs from May 16 to May 30. Stay tuned for my review!
May 16th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
May 17th: Promo Post @ Bare Back Magazine
May 19th: Author Interview @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog
May 21st: Promo Post @ Fanatical Paraonrmal Romantical
May 23rd: Book Review @ I Heart Reading
May 25th: Promo Post @ Maari Loves Her Indies
May 26th: Guest Post @ Editor Charlene’s Blog
May 27th: Character Interview @ The Book Daily
May 29th: Book Excerpt @ Indy Book Fairy
May 30th: Promo Post @ Ashley Nemer’s Blog
About the Book
Author: Yoshiyuki Ly
Genre: Erotic Romance
After years of serving a corrupt government, Ser Videl, an idealistic paladin, learns that her younger sister is tangled in a dark scheme against Raj Mangala, the compassionate yet troubled empress of the city’s oppressed lowtown; the two women meet and are deeply drawn to one another, finding a shared sanctuary in their violently-divided city. The Scorpion’s Empress is intimately written through the eyes of both twenty-seven year old women.
Videl’s loving devotion is just what Raj craves, but Raj is wary of letting her guard down while protecting her throne. Determined to prove her worth, Videl chases after Raj and works to unravel the mystery of the plots against the empress. Raj wants Videl to serve her emotional and sexual needs, and the two explore a meaningful relationship of dominance and submission that delves fully into their deepest wants. When the conspiracy against Raj comes to a head, Videl’s loyalties are tested when she is forced to choose between her past and her empress.
Yoshiyuki Ly was born in San Diego, CA. She lived there until moving away to college. In high school, she began writing fanfiction as a serious hobby. Her pen name is representative of her multiracial heritage and a unique, diverse outlook that is reflective in her work. While pursuing an undergraduate degree in philosophy, she spent her free time reading the works of Virginia Woolf, Soren Kierkegaard and Simone de Beauvoir. She then spent the next years honing her craft to become a published author.