About the Author

With over a decade of experience of bouncing between the entertainment and fashion industries of Los Angeles, Allison Fagundes is a creative professional with her sights set on entrepreneurship. Once she grew the brass-boobs to leave her corporate job for swimwear design, she managed to shuffle away from a car accident that changed the order of her creative expression. After being laid-up on ice packs for months and seeing doctors three days every week, Allison awakened one morning after an incredible dream. She didn’t stop dream-journaling the adventure for four weeks. At the end of that time, she had her first draft of Goddess Save the King. Six-plus months later, she finished the final draft of the project and self-published it through Amazon.

Before the accident, Allison would spend a few days a week building her sand legs to become a better beach volleyball player. Now, she’s gentler on herself as she continues to take the time to restore the strength she once had. This opportunity has allowed her to focus on writing like never before as well as become more invested in the movie-going experience. As a result, she’s on Team Iron Man, ride or die, and is baffled that Greg Rucka’s Batman No Man’s Land hasn’t been made into a Hollywood blockbuster.

She looked at him intentionally, like she already knew all his secrets. Yet, as she peered into his psyche, she withheld judgment. Her knowing look made him feel vulnerable, and that would not do.

Naia Realtor
" This is a fun book and one hell of an allegory! Read it! Can't wait for a sequel. I was trapped and could not put it down, despite needing to get other things done. The last author who messed up my schedule like that was Dan Brown. "
Bridget Avid Reader
" This is a wonderful book. Captivating, it made you want to read more. The writer is a very good writer, keeps it simple and easy to follow all the different characters. Can't wait for the next one to come out to see what happens next!! "
Caitlin Trainer
" This a big book but will keep you turning the page right until the very end. I had to refrain from biting my nails to stubs during the last few chapters. The only downside is waiting for book two! I can't wait to read more and see what else unfolds. "