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Prisons of Purple: Official Release Date

Since releasing Pieces of Pink in March of 2020, I’ve been hard at work on the next installment in the Color Code series. Today, I’m excited to announce that Prisons of Purple will officially hit shelves on January 26, 2021.

Stay tuned for more information on cover releases and giveaways!

Prisons of Purple

Divided in the aftermath of their failed uprising, the Pinkcaps struggle for survival. Some hide in the forgotten railway tunnels of the capital city while others flee to the Pinelands, and the rest await execution in the prisons of Citoyen.

Captured by Blackcaps, Grey and Roz must face the consequences of the rebellion while struggling to plan their escape. Meanwhile, Jax guides refugees to the nearest safe houses, trading valuable supplies for news of his missing friends. And along the secret escape routes, a mysterious fugitive searches for Lock.

Will Grey and her friends reunite and rise up against the Whitecaps? Or will they be erased from the Color Code forever?

To Get Started on the Color Code Series, Check out Pieces of Pink!

Available in paperback and e-book through Amazon. (Additional retailers coming soon!)

Book 1 of the Color Code Series

Grey Alcott kneels before the executioner in a pool of her husband’s blood. Having broken the Color Code to marry outside of her caste, Grey has become a fugitive, and the penalty is death. But when a figure from her husband’s past discovers her situation, a twist of fate finds Grey pardoned.

Instead of facing execution, she is conscripted into the lowest caste of her society, where she is condemned to live out the rest of her life as a Pinkcap, a prostitute of Citoyen.

Relocated to a brothel in the heart of the capital, Grey is confronted with a choice: flee the country, or stay and dismantle the system that destroyed her life.

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