Date of Publication: Nov. 15 2016
Word Count: 71528
Tagline: Throne of Glass meets Avatar the Last Airbender
After witnessing something dark and strange on a routine mission, Sephera Travelle-- a nineteen-year-old assassin with a weakness for braided cinnamon bread and an affinity for murder--is thrust on a seemingly impossible quest to save her world.
Teaming up with her best friend Zadkiel and three warriors with flexible morals, she starts her journey on a search for a woman called “The First.” As a 500-year old cycle is about to start anew, creatures from the Dark Realm have begun to invade, bringing with them a dark and deadly plague. Sephera realizes that there may be more to this mission than simply finding “The First.”
She comes to realize that everyone in her life may not be quite what they seem, as more about the curse that separated their realms is revealed. She soon discovers the Dark Realm might not be so evil after all, and perhaps it is her realm that is filled with Darkness. She holds the lit match and must choose whether to resurrect the world, or help it burn.
Blood on My Name: The Brothers Bright
Dark Side: Kelly Clarkson
Dragon Age Inquisition Medley: Freya Catherine
Feel Again: One Republic
Mad Word: Gary Jules
Glory and Gore: Lorde
Asleep: Emily Browning
Cosmic Love: Florence and The Machine
Aubrie plays mom to a cutest demon topside. She is married to the hottest man in the Air Force. When she isn’t writing she is daydreaming about hot brooding anti-heroes and sassy heroines. She loves Dragon Age, Game of Thrones and reading all things fantasy. She runs a local YA/NA bookclub with 3 chapters, and over 200 members. Her favorite thing to do is eat, and her thighs thank her graciously for it. If she could have dinner with anyone living or dead it would be Alan Rickman because his voice is the sexiest sound on earth. He could read the dictionary and she would be enthralled. Her current mission in life is to collect creepy taxidermy animals because she finds them cute and hilarious. She resides just outside of Washington DC.
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