Saturday 28 September 2013

Book Spotlight: Woman King by Evette Davis

Woman King
by Evette Davis

Meet intrepid political consultant Olivia Shepherd. Born an empath, she inherited the ability to read people's emotions. Since her youth, however, she has rejected her gift-that is until an ancient time walker helps her reclaim her skill.

Olivia's powers draw the attention of the Council, a secret supernatural political organization. When Olivia accepts an assignment to run a high-profile campaign, she's quickly drawn into the Council's perilous politics. A chance encounter introduces Olivia to William Ferrell, a man with his own connections to the organization. Romance is always complicated, even more so for William, who after more than a century of solitude finds himself in love for the first time.

Book one of a paranormal trilogy, Woman King is a story of personal discovery, intrigue and love that will transport readers from the dark, mossy hollows of Golden Gate Park, to the subterranean pools of Hearst Castle, and then on to the streets of Paris, where dramatic confessions reveal long-kept secrets that will change Olivia’s fate forever.

Readers who enjoyed A Discovery of Witches, The Night Circus, and The Historian will enjoy Woman King.

Woman King is FREE on Kindle, Kobo & Smashwords.  A paperback version is also available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  For more information, you can visit, or follow Evette on Twitter at @SFEvette.

About the Author:

Evette Davis is the author of Woman King, the first installment of a thrilling supernatural trilogy. She’s also a San Francisco political consultant. When she's not writing novels, Davis runs political campaigns and dispenses advice to some of the country’s largest corporations, non-profits and institutions. What she knows about politics and business could fill a book!

In addition to being a writer, Davis also serves on the board of the Litquake Foundation, founders of San Francisco’s iconic literary festival. And, she is a member of the Board of Directors of Swords to Plowshares, a veterans service organization.

Prior to establishing her firm, Davis worked in Washington as a press secretary for a member of Congress, and as a reporter for daily newspapers in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communications from Mills College in Oakland, California. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, daughter and dog.

You can find Evette at or @SFEvette.

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