I highly recommend THE PRIEST to all who enjoy a great love story. More so, however, Monica's story offers a level of intricacy and poignancy that can pull a reader to consider their own points of view about inequality and gender distinction issues.
The Ginecean Chronicles provide a glimpse into a world that is a mirror image of our own. Ginecea is dominated by a matriarchal society where men are enslaved and heterosexual affection is considered the ultimate perversion. But love always finds a way, because society cannot rule over the matters of the heart.
In Book one, 'THE PRIEST: Love conquers All,' Mauricio is a slave and Rosie is the daughter of the president. Their love is forbidden yet transcends all the rules in a way that brings this love story to life in such a poignant way.
Monica is the author of The Ginecean Chronicles, a dystopian/science fiction series set on the planet Ginecea where women rule over a race of enslaved men and heterosexual love is considered a sin. She has published the first three books in the series, 'The Priest, Pax in the Land of Women', and 'Prince at War.'
Monica is also the author and illustrator of a children's book about the power of imagination, 'The Prince's Day Out.'
Her latest published short, 'Linda of the Night,' is a fairytale love story celebrating inner beauty. Stop by her blog to read about her miniatures, sculptures, paintings, and her beloved beagle, Nero. Sometimes, she also posts about her writing.