Content Warnings

The SEEKERS series

MAY DAY (BOOK I)

 

General warning for violence/murder. 
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, dead bodies, forensic investigation, autopsy.
Brief mention of suicide.
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour. 
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’).
Use of ‘date rape’ drugs including rohypnol, in non-sexual context.
Predatory sexual behaviour discussed on-page but not seen, including stalking, sexual assault and rape, physical abuse of women for sexual pleasure. Use/abuse of prostitutes mentioned. 
Misogyny from side characters.
Brief mention of miscarriage.

JUDGEMENT DAY (BOOK II)

 

General warning for violence/murder. 
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, dead bodies, forensic investigation, detailed autopsy. 
General warning for sexual content (consensual).  
Pressure to take part in kink during otherwise consensual sex. 
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour. 
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’). 
Use of drugs and poisons, including drugged drinks. 
Mention of child neglect.

The SOVEREIGN series

THE GILDED KING (BOOK I)

 

Post-apocalyptic setting; humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creatures. Small communities of humans are isolated from the abandoned outside world, which is considered contaminated. 
General warning for violence.
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
One of the main settings is a city controlled by vampires where humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide/consent under slavery discussed briefly.
No racism, no homophobia (main character relationships are F/M and M/M), no ableism, no animal cruelty (other than calling an ornery horse a ‘bastard’), no misogyny. 
No sex; some kissing (teen appropriate).
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’ but not frequent).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour; sometimes violent (only off page).
A side character in abusive relationship (violent and controlling partner; victim attempts to minimise). Abuse discussed but not seen on page; victim’s wounds treated and emotions discussed (not in detail).
Brief ritual involving cutting baby’s palm.
People (including children) kept in cells long term.

THE SILVER QUEEN (BOOK II)

 

Post-apocalyptic setting; humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creatures. Small communities of humans are isolated from the abandoned outside world, which is considered contaminated. 
General warning for violence.
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
One of the main settings is a city controlled by vampires where humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide/consent under slavery discussed briefly.
No racism, no homophobia (main character relationships are F/M and M/M), no ableism, no animal cruelty (other than calling an ornery horse a ‘bastard’), no misogyny. 
No sex; some kissing (teen appropriate).
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’ but not frequent).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour; sometimes violent (only off page).
A main character is temporarily, and side character permanently, under control of sadist; he injures them, keeps them locked in his house, and emotionally manipulates them.
Minor characters whose mouths have been sewn up.

THE BLOOD PRINCE (BOOK III)

 

Post-apocalyptic setting; humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creatures. Small communities of humans are isolated from the abandoned outside world, which is considered contaminated. 
General warning for violence.
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
One of the main settings is a city controlled by vampires where humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide/consent under slavery discussed briefly.
No racism, no homophobia (main character relationships are F/M and M/M), no ableism, no animal cruelty, no misogyny. 
No sex; some kissing (teen appropriate).
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’ but not frequent).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour.
A main character tortures minor character for information.
A main character finds out she was conceived by rape.
A main character is temporarily, and side character permanently, under control of sadist; he injures them, keeps them locked in his house, and emotionally manipulates them. Main character subjected to emotional abuse disguised as romance.
A side character is a mother who had her baby stolen at birth.
A side character has a difficult childbirth; not graphic, mother and baby fine afterwards.
Minor characters whose mouths have been sewn up.

The SOLIS INVICTI series

A BARGAIN IN SILVER (BOOK I)

 

Viral apocalypse: humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creatures. No zombies seen are people the characters used to know.
General warning for violence.
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
Humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide discussed briefly.
No racism, no homophobia, no ableism, no animal cruelty, no misogyny. 
Sex on page (steamy but not graphic).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour. 
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’).
Mention of past abusive relationships (one violent, one emotionally abusive). 
Heroine is briefly groped.

THE PRICE OF SILVER (BOOK II)

 

Viral apocalypse: humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creatures. No zombies seen are people the characters used to know.
General warning for violence.
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
Humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide discussed briefly.
No racism, no homophobia, no ableism, no animal cruelty, no misogyny. 
Some steamy content but no sex on page.
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour.  
Heroine is briefly groped.
Brief scene of self-harm (for practical rather than emotional reasons).

BOUND IN SILVER (BOOK III)

 

Viral apocalypse: humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creature – including one scene where a character describes seeing his sister become a zombie. 
General warning for violence. 
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
Humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide discussed briefly.
Characters are subject to inhumane prison conditions including physical tasks resulting in injury.
No racism, no homophobia, no ableism, no animal cruelty, no misogyny. 
Some sexual content but not graphic.
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour.  
Brief discussion of main character’s past emotionally abusive relationship.

THE SILVER BULLET (BOOK IV)

 

Viral apocalypse: humanity has been mostly wiped out by a virus that turns them into zombie-like creatures.
General warning for violence. 
General warning for blood/gore, including blood drinking, description of injuries, zombie-like creatures, dead bodies. 
Humans are considered servants/slaves. Issues of power disparity/class divide discussed briefly
Some swearing (up to and including ‘fuck’).
Blood drinking as sexual/pleasurable behaviour.  
Sex on page (steamy but not graphic).
Heroine briefly groped.
No racism, no homophobia, no ableism, no animal cruelty, no misogyny.

The DELUGE series

THE WOLF AND THE WATER (BOOK I)

 

Violence: murder and attempted murder; violent amputation; poisoning; arson, including characters trapped inside buildings on fire; injuries described.
Death: Parental death and aftermath, including discovering the body (on page and remembered); sibling death (remembered); death in childbirth (briefly described on page); death of a spouse (remembered); children left exposed to die (remembered); detailed description of funeral pyre/body burning (on page and remembered); grief explored for multiple characters.
Racism: from side characters, including the use of the words ‘savage’ and ‘barbarian’.
Ableism: heroine has a bone abnormality in her foot (caused by polio) and walks with a cane; she suffers ableist bullying from other characters, including the use of the word ‘cripple’, and has internalised a lot of ableism to the point she feels worthless.
Slavery: the book is set in an Ancient Greece-inspired setting and slaves are present throughout. They are mostly treated kindly. The main character’s family owns slaves; a prominent secondary character is a slave of the household. 
Misogyny: women are seen as possessions of their male head of household.
Parental abuse: both emotional and physical.
Miscarriage (remembered).
Attempted sexual assault of heroine.
Romantic/sexual relationship between slave and owner (presented as consensual).
Romantic tension between step-siblings (not raised together).
Implied romantic relationship between unknowing siblings.