Evolved Publishing presents the Epic Fantasy, Eulogy : 'They’ll stand amongst the corpses of the beloved.' That's what he said at the end, though I never considered myself one of the beloved, not at the beginning. I was simply a terrified woman then, but now... now I understand. Maybe I... read more
“Kipra. She was.... How to describe her? Spitfire. Gentleness. Anger and happiness and fear. Her father owned a weapons stall in the market, and she helped him sell the pieces. She and Irreor and Bran had grown up together. Through the years, Irreor had trained her, taught her everything his father taught him, and she was nearly as skilled as he with a blade. Yet there was more to it than that. She was a fingertip to a parted lip--silence that should've been said, yet words never spoken. He cared for her. Deeper than the deepest pool, he cared for her. Yet she'd never let him say it.”
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