Print Edition of Serpent’s Kiss

Serpent's Kiss, a paranormal romance and Dragonfire #10 by Deborah CookeFor those of you hunting a print edition of Serpent’s Kiss, it’s available at some more outlets now.

Of course, it’s available at Createspace, right here.

This Amazon link will take you to the print book. They should link the digital and print editions soon.

If you’re in another Amazon market (UK or DE, for example), the quickest way to find the book on that site is to copy the url from, paste it into a new browser window or tab, then change .com to the right suffix.

So, here’s the Amazon US link:

Change the suffix to and you find the book in the UK store:

And the DE store:

The book will also be available from the other European Amazon portals.

And finally, Barnes and Noble has both print and digital editions linked, right here. Note that B&N is selling the title from their website, but probably won’t stock it in individual stores.

Edited to add – Here’s the link at the Book Depository, so new that it doesn’t even display a cover yet.

3 thoughts on “Print Edition of Serpent’s Kiss

  1. I can’t wait to read this book. I deliberately read the whole series again in one go because I knew this would be out soon. I LOVE these characters and Rafferty and Sloane are my personal favourites. I know lots of people will say how they love your books, and to be honest I think the phrase is inadequate, it doesn’t truly put over how much these books mean to some of us. I have a lot going on in my life right now and reading is a brilliant escape, reading the stories one after the other meant I was could escape into the Pyr universe and stay there for ages….sometimes forgetting to cook or turn the light out before 2am LOL. I read elsewhere that you are going to be writing the stories of the children, and oh my I really can’t wait. Thank you so much for this wonderful world. Karin in UK xxx


    • Hello Karin – Wow! Thanks for this wonderful comment. I’m so glad to hear how much you’re enjoying the books.

      I think we’ll go into the past before we follow the kids into their new adventures in the future. I’m sketching out three historical Dragonfire novels to follow Sloane’s book. After those are done, I’ll write Nick and Isabelle’s story.


      • Wow, fabulous. I’m about a quarter way through this book now and am getting so impatient because I can’t read fast enough. Into the past sounds exciting, can’t wait. Thank you xxxxxxxxxx


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