About a woman who sold her soul to the devil in exchange for everything she ever wanted. To seal this bargain she does Satan's work but alon the way she discovers a man who has mocked and insulted Satan who she now calls her dark father. She is known as The Countess and her plan is to lure this man to her private estate in a remote part of Europe and keep him there for the rest of his life!
Loyalty, Love, Blood. A steady peace has been reached between the fractions of London's supernatural underworld. The model has been replicated across the globe and the word-the non-human one perhaps-is drifting towards peace. Sine is perfectly happy with this. Sure, she likes her bloodshed as much as anyone else but she is certainly glad to be rid of that dagger hanging over her. One fateful day, however, she recieves news that ruins this perfect contentment. With a quick detour into the darker side of witchcraft and a little bit of sacrifice she figures all that is fixed. Of course it isn't that easy. A new danger looms overhead, threatening to destroy everything she has worked for. The veil between the living and the dead is growing thinner and a war is brewing beneath the surface. The threat just happens to be a lot closer to home than anyone expected. ***************** Cover made by Jewlez on wattpad.
"You are indeed growing into a woman if you are already mastering the art of persuasion. You'll be a dangerous one." Livetira: the world ruled by lightning rather than sun. It is also ruled by lightning magicians, men who have learned to become as harsh and unyielding as their world in order to survive. As a result, though almost everyone possesses this magic, only the most aggressive and powerful rose to the nobility, who were these very men. Their women, meanwhile, are left to practice the gentler forms of lightning magic, such as healing and threading. Vellurres Ursurlann, however, does not fit into this mold. With her five older brothers, she uses her silver tongue and charms to learn more about the stronger forms of lightning magic that have always fascinated her, as knowledge and power are both sides of the same coin. But her father, the Duke of Ursurlann, embodies these very type of men that would constrain her. And the more she grows up in this society, the more she realizes he isn't the only one. (Note: This is a series of short stories that together tell the life of Vellurres Ursurlann, a character in my main series.)