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What must she think of me? Coming back here to her island instead of his own family’s, especially after all this time away.
He rested his hand on the highly polished brass doorknob—a luxury in their metal deprived world—and took a deep breath.
He opened the door, and there she stood, nearly as tall as he, but vastly more elegant and beautiful. He knew in that moment that she still firmly possessed his heart.
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Two lovers separated for a hundred years by their own selfish behavior. After all this time, can the queen and the minstrel make amends and reunite, or will their elvish pride keep them apart forever?
Surprise! I’m not dead. At least not at the moment, though not for lack of trying on a certain sadistic faerie prince’s part. But I digress – yes, I survived the fall, & injury free at that. I’m sorry for waiting so long to tell you, but believe me when I say this was literally the first chance I had to do so.
I know even if I tell you not to that you’ll still worry about me, so I won’t bother. That said, please know that as of this writing I’m alive & well, & more importantly, happier than I’ve been in a very long time. I promise I’ll tell you all about it when I get back – it’s a pretty crazy story for sure.
Also, you’d better believe that as soon as I get back I’ll race you to the pond!
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This is the third short story from the War of the Seasons world, written to give fans some insight to what happens to Josh after Story falls into the cave during War of the Seasons: The Human.
member of the hunter clan, everyone else knew it as well. My life became nothing but
the hunt then. Years of arrows and stalking. Targets and trails.
But Adair, she was different. She was new.
She was wild.
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This short story features trilogy favorites, Adair the dryad and Eisrus the elf, in a back story to War of the Seasons: The Half-blood.