"Beecroft's writing dazzles, brimming with lush descriptions of worldlyand otherworldly landscapes, taut conflict, and two finely drawnromantic leads.... readers will delight in every moment of their adventure." - A Publisher's Weekly starred review.
"It's a common sentiment that readers of m/m often have to lower theirstandards. We'll sometimes talk about accepting flaws we would notaccept in a non-m/m story... lowering the bar a bit to let the storypass over. Well, the Under the Hill books take that bar and they fucking annihilate it. I'm a fantasy snob, have been one for decades,and the list of things I will not accept in fantasy has grown with those decades. In terms of style, originality, aesthetic richness, conceptual depth, and just plain FUN these books are among the best I've everread." - Violetta Vane
"Amazing, immersive contemporary fantasy, beautifully told and meticulously plotted--all-around perfection, basically!" - Gay Book Reviews
From the Author
But as I contined to write and I learned more about Lancaster bomber crews in World War Two, the novel gradually evolved to become a more epic fantasy, a fantasy romance with elements of folklore and history similar to KJ Charles's Spectred Isle. Which is good, because KJ Charles's Green Man series is one of my favourite things.
When the novel was first released, my publisher considered it economical to split the story into two parts (Bomber's Moon and Dogfighters,) but I wrote it as one long novel. So now that I have the rights back I decided to re-release it in this single volume as I always intended it to be read.