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Written By: AmBear Shellea
Published by: Devine Destinies
ISBN #:978-1-77111-355-7
Series: Pedalstem Lillies # 2
Word Count:48194
Page Count: 150
Heat Level:
Categories: Fantasy Romance
Price: $2.99
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    Tilting is head to one side—confusion crossed his mind, as he looked at the man in front of him. He wore his same black robes, same ring on his finger, but his stance seemed different. He stood a little shorter, his shoulders slumped slightly, rage danced in his eyes constantly, but it seemed as if the rage would falter and a ghost of something would dance by, but only a glimpse. That is strange. His face is the same but different.

    “Deklan, what’s wrong. You look as if someone has died.”

    “Someone has my brother, Frankah. She died a few days ago. I can’t bear to stay there, that’s why I was coming to you.”

    “I’m so sorry, what happened. I know that, even though you would never say it aloud, you loved her.” He walked over and placed a hand on his brother’s shoulder and squeezed it gently in sympathy. He closed his eyes and hung his head for a moment while we waited for his brother to continue.

    “She trapped herself in a spell. She had been working with and anti-aging spell and something went terribly wrong. She cast this spell years ago, before we met. I guess it must be redone after so long, I’m not sure. She never spoke of the details, just the basics. She was aging slowly, she informed me. She feared if I saw her true age, I would run away. I pleaded with her that I wouldn’t, but she insisted she knew better.”

    He raised his hand to stop his advance further into the story. “You said anti-aging spell, then you said she aged slowly. Which is it?”

    “Both actually. I’m not sure why she called it anti-aging. It didn’t stop time. It just slowed the clock to a trickle, one small speck at a time, as opposed to thousands of grains, falling at once, which is normal.”

    He nodded, “Oh, I see. Please continue.”

    “The trouble is, when she has to recast all of this anew, she must undo what has previously been done. She will age twice a fast, once it is undone, as if the clock is turned to hyper speed. Therefore, instead of looking twenty, she will age to say, sixty-five, in the span of just few moments. She must be very quick, to remedy this to her specifics. She must recast her glimmer spell, then she casts the anti-aging to seal it. As you know, she is very gifted, in all magic, but especially in the dark side of it.”

    “Yes, I’m aware of that. So, I understand that part of it, but it doesn’t explain what happened.”

    “I’m getting there, but you needed to understand what she was doing, in order to understand what happened.”

    “You may proceed.”

    “A few days ago, it was time to redo things. She refused to let me assist, because I would see her true appearance. She said I could help her in another way. She sent me to the town of Winterhavynn to retrieve a spell book…”

    “How far were you from that village?”

    “Not far, I made it there and back in an afternoon. When I arrived home, and walked through the door, she lay upon our bed with a satisfied smile on her face. She was so beautiful. Her frame long and lean, skin the color of soft sand, her long straight black hair played around her head upon the pillow. Her body, covered in a small see through nightdress. I walked over to her. I ran my hand gently down her face, and….chaos erupted around us.”

    This revelation will bring justifiable consequences.


    Some fairytales begin with once upon a time and end with happily ever after. Revelation, book 2 in The Pedalstem Lillies series, is a not that fairytale. It contains love and sex, but its twisted and dark side, takes it to another level. Our heroine and her hero, find the truth, and begin to piece the puzzle together as they face the puppet master and his puppeteer.

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