Shaela, "Blades Hope"

 

                                 Book 1

 

                                    By

 

                         Michael G. Giles

 

 

                                 Preface

 

Utaemia holds the promise of a bright future for those who fight to keep hope alive . . .
. . . "please don't do this," she pleaded . . .

There are those who rise above defeat . . .
. . . horrified, she recalled killing her love in this same manner . . .

Utaemia holds the assurance of pain and suffering for those who champion the cause of hope . . .
. . . he forced her to turn and face him . . .

Some despise hope; the blade that wounds the deepest . . .
. . . gliding his teeth over her jaw-line, he stopped just over the soft area of her neck . . .

With some, there is no mercy . . .
. . . pain . . . suffering . . .

With others, unlooked for alliances . . .
. . . a dragon's fury . . . salvation . . .

The true meaning of life is revealed when it begins to dim . . .
. . . she felt the change that left her half living . . .

When you have lost your humanity, what then?
. . . unnatural desire . . . hunger . . . cravings . . .

 

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