Fatesbane: The Living Legend

What comes from the sea must return to the sea. Something was calling me back…and a debt demands to be repaid. But tell that to my mate, who is willing to fight the gods themselves to keep me in his arms.

This is the second book in the Fatesbane series and it begins almost three years after the events of Fatesbane: The Falucite Bride. Unlike in the first book, where Tia was more the spectator of events (along side her romance with Satel), the story will be a little more centered around her as powerful forces call her back to face her past.

I’m not entirely sure how long this story will be or how many books it will take, but the scenes I have planned here have been in my mind ever since I began the first book. It’s possible that there could be a third one in the works, depending on the length of this particular story arc.

Also, be sure to check out Fatesbane: A Moment Lost. It’s an alternate reality one-shot that explores the possibility of Satel meeting Dantia before Cegil. The scene never happened in the real story, but it is written in a way to make it fit with it.

This story will/may contain violence, sexual scenes, and possibly an unwilling girl/girl kiss (take a wild guess on who might be the victim XD).

The password for any mature chapters in this story is: HelsMeyuun

There are only three chapters that requires the password- 6. Lioa’s School of Flirting, Optional – Pushing the Limit, and 20. The Captain Hates Mermaids.

By inputting the password and viewing the chapters, you agree that you are either 18 or older, or mature enough to handle adult content. You have been warned.

Fatesbane: The Living Legend and the entire series is the sole property of Sorceress Myst, also known as Marjorie Shaheen. Copying this work without the written consent of the author is forbidden. Seriously guys, if you want to write a fanfic or draw a picture based on this work, just ask!

To the First Chapter


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  1. […] LINKS – For the Prosperity of Aquor and Fatesbane: The Falucite Bride, The Living Legend, and Lords of the […]

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