LOSING to Arstol didn’t matter anymore – for the Glassfield prince who was nearly losing his city.
AS the heirsen sun rose and set every day, several days had gradually turned into many moons, and many moons into a few tides.
This was since Arstol escaped from his haters’ net and hadn’t been caught still. Continue reading “Outcast eNovel: Chapter 23”
XANDUR stood up to his feet, where he’d been contemplating at his city’s Garden of Honour. He was all restless and agitated by now. Continue reading “Outcast eNovel: Chapter 13”
DALLEON of Waterfort spoke now, as Xandur stood bowing still. Continue reading “Outcast eNovel: Chapter 10”
EMMA leaned back, perched alone in the backseat corner… as she fled Crosswalk Avenue in a cab. Continue reading “Eclipse eNovel: Chapter 3”
THE charming cyclist glanced back at Abby. ‘Call me Romeo for now,’ he whispered in a husky voice.
EVERYTHING was a mad dash for everyone. But Abby’s rush was a different kind of mad.
Tonight was a night like no other on the high streets of Queen Harbour, seated a modest suburb of Victoria City in the island country of Seychelles. Continue reading “Eclipse eNovel: Chapter 1”
THE wounded prince had the answer to the king’s pertinent question Continue reading “Sacriprice eNovel: Chapter 40 – Final Episode”