Immortality was not what it was cracked up to be... Being immortal, Emrys thought he had learned all the hard lessons centuries ago. After hundreds upon hundreds of years spent mending other peoples broken lives while wishing for someone who could mend his own, he'd learned in the worst ways possible that seeking compassion from others only led to broken trust and trampled hearts--and bodies left mangled and bloody. He would never know true love, or so he believed, until... Deep within a forest in medieval Wales, a chance encounter with a beautiful girl changed him. Myrddin was everything he could have wished for, all he had ever dreamed of having. For once, he was not afraid to dare to love. Soon, however, reality began to haunt him. He could not live as half a man... Beautiful Myrddin knew nothing of his terrifying gift and she could not know-ever-for he knew he could never bear to have her look at him in fear should she somehow find out the truth. Doing what he believed best, he left her before pain could be inflicted-from either side-never knowing he was leaving behind his salvation...and yet, he could not end his suffering, for he would never die. Centuries later, he is reunited with the beautiful Myrddin, only to be reminded that history is bound to repeat itself, often in the most painful of ways...
- Paperback | 148 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 8.64mm | 217.72g
- 17 Mar 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Brianna Somersham
Brianna Somersham lives her days surrounded by gorgeous men whose fondest desires are catering to her every whim. Or that's what she'd like to happen, anyway. In actuality, she spends her days battling her band of siblings in verbal combat and she has the scars to prove it. She also devotes an insane amount of her time to listening to foreign boy bands; something a few of her brothers despise (because she won't shut up about them), but she believes that music is universal and shouldn't be disregarded simply because one doesn't speak the language. Aside from that, she often fantasizes about traveling to other countries one day in the far off future. Whether or not that will happen is another thing entirely. Visit Brianna on the web and comment on her blog at: http: //www.briannasomersham.com