Can Febe recover from being burned by Morbidon’s wraithfire? Or will the price for his healing be too high for her to pay?
Ah, Monday, you little thorn in my side, you. Here you are again. So, I have a whole list of blog posts that I want to write and put up on my blog, but of course, if I could actually get to finishing anything on my list, I would be a superhuman being of awesomeness! …
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Febe is dying, being slowly consumed by Morbidon’s magical wraithfire. He isn’t able to put out the flames. No matter what magic he tries, he’s only able to slow them down, but his soulmate still suffers. Can he confront the rage inside him and defeat it to quench those flames once and for all?
From villain to hero…can Uriale make the leap, even with wings? I try to use a questionnaire to find out more about my villainous adurian prince, but he doesn’t make it easy.
A simple misconception has set Febe once again at odds with Morbidon. She expected accusations and recriminations from her betrothed. What she didn’t expect was what would actually happen.
I’m back from my vacation and it’s so good to be home! Being away from my laptop (and phone! Gah!), was not as relaxing as I anticipated. Needless to say, my handwriting skills got a workout on this vacation. I don’t think I’ve ever used my little journal so much. I had a good time, …
I had a plan for this Monday’s blog, but my brain checked out early. It just cashed in its chips and ran for the door. So unreliable! Tsk, tsk. That’s why I abandoned my plans, (don’t worry, I made notes for other Mondays so you will see the blogs I intended) and decided to go …
I read a lot of romance and sometimes the alpha warrior heroes all start to sound the same: noble, honorable, “good”. I like all those qualities, but sometimes, I want my heroes to be a bit villainous. Am I alone in this?
Febe must come face to face with her fears. She’s fighting to find her courage in the land of the dead, but all that was familiar to her seems lost, and she’s reeling from her change in circumstances. How will her first real conversation with her future husband go?