Print Copies available

Trade paperback versions of the Traitor Lords Saga are now available.  The cover price is $19.00.  The page counts for the ebooks will probably change as the two copies sync up.  The books themselves haven’t changed, but some sites have a hard time accurately calculated page counts when there is no print version (some of Amazon’s page counts were off by nearly 100 pages).

Lord Edwin Falls



cover of Lord Edwin Falls by Adella J. Harrris

I’ve just put up the links to pre-order Lord Edwin Falls, the third book in the Traitor Lords Saga. It will be released on June 20, 2017 and it’s on a pre-order/ new release sale for $2.99 instead of the normal $4.99 (like book 2) until the end of the month. I’m atill waiting for Google Play and a couple of other places to get the pre-order page up. I’ll add links when they do. You can find the ones I have here.

New Releases



cover of Lord Heathborough Invests by Adella J. Harrris

The Traitor Lords Saga is going to be releasing soon.  It will be a very fast release since I want to get these first books out quickly.  Lord Lynster Discovers will be free and should be making its way out to the sites.  As soon as I have a couple more of the larger ones, I’ll post the links to its page here.  Lord Heathborough Invests will be coming out on June 13 and Lord Edwin Falls on June 20.  They’re coming out at a special pre-order/new release price of $2.99 then will go up to their regular price of $4.99.

Coming soon


Lord Lynster Discovers

cover of Lord Lynster Discovers by Adella J. HarrrisWhen butler Daniel Rivers finds his employer, the Earl of Lynster, has shot himself, confirming he was one of the traitor lords plotting to kill the king, Daniel’s only thought is to protect his childhood friend James, the new Lord Lynster, from the scandal.  He’s been quietly looking out for Lord James ever since the day by the pond when James’s “experiment” of a kiss proved to Daniel that he loved the young lord.James had heard rumors of traitor lords and a plot to kill the king, but he didn’t realize his father was one of them until he read a newspaper story hinting the traitors were on the verge of being arrested and finds his father has shot himself rather than be tried, making James the new Lord Lynster.  Fortunately, his father’s butler, Daniel Rivers, found the body.  Daniel knows James’s deepest secret, and James knows he can trust Daniel, even when the Crown decides they’d like another traitor lord to put on trial.

When it’s discovered there may be more traitors involved in the conspiracy than the ones the Crown already knows about, James will need all his resources to prove he isn’t one of them.  And Daniel will do anything he can to keep the former Lord Lynster’s scandal away from the son, even if it means allowing himself to be suspected.