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Publication Order of Artefacts of Ouranos Books

Trial of the Sun Queen (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rule of the Aurora King (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Fate of the Sun King (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon
Untitled Artefacts of Ouranos Book 4 (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Curse of Thorne Books

To Wake a Kingdom (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of The Nightfire Quartet Books

Heart of Night and Fire (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dance of Stars and Ashes (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Cursed Captors Books

Wicked Is the Reaper (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Feral is the Beast (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Nisha J. Tuli is best known as a bestselling fantasy romance fiction writer who has developed a reputation for writing novels that feature swoony love interests, kickass heroines, and slow burns that emit all manner of heat.
She loves to pen enemies to loves and hot fae romances that have been compared to the likes of “A Court of Thrones and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas and “Princess Bride” by William Goldman.

She penned her first work “Wicked is the Reaper” as a novella that was a hit on BookTok in 2022. After getting a lot of success with the novel, she would go on to publish her first long-form fiction novel “To Wake a Kingdom” in the same year.
The novel would provide the confidence she needed that she would subsequently make it into a series. Nisha now has more than five works to her name and has become a very prolific author.

In many of her novels, she makes use of her Indian heritage to inject life into her stories as she weaves in compelling and vibrant plotlines, settings, and characters.

Nisha has said that she writes her novels with the intention of leaving her readers begging for more.

As a full-time author and mother, when she is not writing she can often be found attending to her children who she loves to bits.

Once she tucks them in for the night, she can usually be found reading her angst-filled romance and young adult fantasy fiction novels.

All you need to keep her out of your hair is a windswept castle, a feisty heroine, and a sprinkling of romance and she can be lost for hours.

She particularly loves reading anything by Sarah J. Maas or if not that, she can be found rewatching for the millionth time “The Princess Bride.”

Sometimes, she gets out of the house to go camping with her husband and children, enjoying food and travel and knitting scarves and sweaters so that she can better survive her Canadian winters.

Nisha J. Tuli’s novel “Trial of the Sun Queen” has been called “The Hunger Games” meets “The Bachelor” as ten women engage in a deadly contest in which only one person can be victorious.

Lor had been tormented for more than a dozen years as she has been a captive of the Aurora King. She only desires to get her freedom and ultimately make him pay for every moment of misery she had endured.

She unexpectedly finds herself free and placed under the charge of the Sun King. She is to compete with nine other Tributes in the spotlight to determine who will be queen. If she can win she will finally get her revenge and earn her freedom.
However, Lor feels that she should not be participating in the Sun Queen Trials and does not understand why she was released given that she is not a citizen of the Sun King’s court.

She is hated by the other Tributes who are determined to ensure she does not compete. Given the consequences of losing, she needs to win or else she will die or even worse could find herself sent back to her tormenter.
It is a work full of tension as the two characters want each other but are stubborn and fight each other at every turn making for a delicious enemies-to-lovers romance story.

“Rule of the Aurora King” by Nisha J. Tuli is another interesting novel that combines adventure, romance, action, and intrigue.

Lor finds herself finally free from the Sun King but is now under the authority of the Aurora Prince Nadir, who believes she is hiding something and will do anything in his power to make her talk.
However, Lor knows how critical it is to keep secrets as she has been keeping them for most of her life and will not let go of hers that easily.

When Nadir and Lor team up to locate an item that had gone missing, she is not so sure she can trust him. However, she needs to find the item as it holds the key to her future and her past.
The only thing she is so sure about is that she does not intend to make the same mistakes again despite the many promises he makes. She had once vowed to destroy the Aurora King and she intends to keep her promise
However, she soon realizes that the future of her world may be worth more than the legacy that had been shattered by the Aurora King.

It is an intriguing fae romance that is similar to the works of the likes of Raven Kennedy, Jennifer Armentrout, and Sarah J. Maas.

Nisha J. Tuli’s novella “Wicked is the Reaper” is the first work that she ever published.

People have been working hard for Rowan’s hand but just when her best friend from childhood claims to have earned it, a masked and mysterious figure steps comes out of the shadows and claims he is the rightful winner.
The Reaper is known to be a nightmarish character and when he claims Rowan, he drags her back to his home in the woods where she will await her fate.

What follows is a quick-burn enemies-to-lovers fiction work with a male and female character who have some great banter and are lovable together and in their own right.
It is a sweet and short novella that delivers all the feels and spice that will have its readers loving the lead characters Wicked and Rowan.

It comes with a Fae/curse twist and hints of Beauty and the Beast, even as it hints that the storyline will one day continue.

All in all, this work makes for a perfect little binge and comes with all the good things that can be found in romantic fantasy novels but without the complications of lengthy books with intricate world structures.
This is a great novel that will get just about anyone out of their slump or just a good weekend read by the pool.

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