The first two books in the Chimera trilogy are also available on Kindle Unlimited this spring.
The third and final book, Blue Shadow Legacy (working title) is in the works and should come out at the end of the year. When the trilogy is complete, the cover of Forget Me Not will be redone to match the rest.
When tragedy strikes, Rae makes a terrible choice and struggles with the aftermath. In the wilderness of the Tongass rainforest, she finds herself hunted by creatures of hell, monsters she never dreamed could be real.
A hidden world, an ancient race, and a secret she discovers by accident give a new meaning to her life but only if she can escape and return to civilization. If she is to survive, Rae must comply with Ari, her reluctant hero, and allow him to wipe away any memory of this realm. Knowledge is power, but is it worth dying for?
When push comes to shove, that’s when real strength emerges.
What would it take to discover what you’re made of?
Joining the Resistance to fulfill the prophecy—dismantle the Council and free the chimera, Rae’s life went from ordinary to exciting overnight. It didn’t last long.
Kidnapped by a witch with her own agenda, Rae uncovers a web of lies woven to conceal the true extent of her magic. To survive she must concede to her captor’s terms but there is a silver lining — Michael, her vampire guardian is also held captive with a curse. Rae sets out to break the curse to sway the vampire’s allegiance. But nothing ever goes according to plan.
Blue Shadow Prophecy is the second story in the Chimera Trilogy. If you enjoy magical realism and supernatural creatures in a fantasy setting, give this trilogy a try!
What readers have to say
Forget Me Not
The first thing that grabbed me about the book was that it grabbed me. Over the course of reading FMN, it felt to me that I could really sense the author honing her craft. The second third was tighter and more polished, and by the final third, the writing was as good as any Fantasy that I’ve read. In the first chapters though, even though the prose was a little loose, the story grabbed me right away and effortlessly kept my attention.
FMN is hard to put down, and easy to pick back up.—Michael
The story grabbed me from the start and I was fascinated to learn about the Otherworld, with its magical creatures like Lycans, fairies, hellhounds, witches, demons, shapeshifters, and, of course, wolves and vampires. Parts of the book seemed reminiscent of the 2008 movie, Twilight. This did not diminish my enjoyment of the story, but I could not shake off the comparisons.—Satabdi
I do not usually like or read these young adult books, but I do like paranormals. Rae encounters vampires, hellhounds, and wolf shifters. She also discovers secrets about herself, she finds is stronger and as scared as she was at the beginning of her crazy and action packed visit/encounter lost in the woods.
I enjoyed the flow of the story line and the plot, this is book one in the Chimera Series. I really enjoyed this book and will continue with the series!—Sonia N.
I read this book for a blog tour and I enjoyed it so much. It is a fantasy book, but it is not too much of a fantasy, I mean, if you aren’t a fan of fantasy books, I think you’ll still like this book. I really enjoyed how Anca intertwined the mythical/magical creatures and their history in Rae’s story. I also loved reading how Rae developed through the story, how she went from grief to determination.—(Ellie) ReadtoRamble
It’s difficult to write a character that is flawed but also likeable. Antoci has accomplished this in a skill that is not often seen in debut authors. The protagonist Rae is flawed, but her mistakes are endearing because of what she is going through, and that’s what makes her compelling, because she is wonderfully relatable. We all have weak moments, especially when we are hurting. Antoci reflects Rae’s pain vividly in the beginning of the book, which in turn immediately captivates the reader.—Elle Lewis
Blue Shadow Prophecy
One of the things I liked a lot was that BSP introduces quite a few new characters. Some are likable, and some…not so much. I always enjoy a well written bad guy/gal and this novel provides a good one. You’ll love to hate her.
I really enjoyed the Author’s knack for surprises in her first of the series, FORGET ME NOT. She hasn’t lost her touch with this newest book and I enjoyed the twists and turns. Since the world-building was mostly completed in the first book, BSP just hits the ground running and doesn’t stop.—Michael
I got drawn into this world so quickly again and it was great to be back with some old characters, and also some newer ones. Rae is back and she is back kicking and fighting in a way. I loved her in book 1 and I feel like she had such a huge development since then. She is very strong-willed and a character who strives for just behaviour. She would not hurt a fly, literally, and I really like that she is compassionate and caring as well as strong and so important to the plot and greater events surrounding it.—(Ellie) ReadtoRamble
I loved this book! It’s the sequel of “Forget Me Not”, which I also really liked!
Some new characters are introduced in this book. I really liked the Antagonist as a character and Jessica, who I am hoping to read more of in the next book! The first time Jessica was introduced I would wanted to be her friend :D.
I have read a lot of vampire books as a teenager and would usually not pick up any more, but reading this felt like something else completely. The author created a universe, where several creatures (besides vampires) exist and I love it.—Jasmin
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