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Where have all the females gone?
In the year 2132, there are only three hundred men left on Earth. Each of us old, diseased, damaged beyond healing.
There are no women.
Out of nowhere, a young, virile, perfect male arrives—the Inquisitor.
He demands the truth behind the Purge which massacred females in a global scale to enforce the long-delayed justice by killing the guilty.
And though it pains me to no end, I am forced to remember the horror and the lunacy of the past. . . and the part he unknowingly played in it.
I am Ambrose. I am Herald.
Monsters fall in love, too.
When beautiful Marie arrived in our small village deep in the forest, she brought joy and love to my people.
Especially to me. I am Datu, their King.
But she is not what she seems. Her compassionate smile masks the anger burning in her heart and an insatiable thirst for revenge.
It was too late when I discover her treachery. The verdict of Death is unavoidable.
And while it pains me to bid her goodbye, I am consoled by the fact that I have done my duty.
Our legacy will endure.
Step into the world of Filipino folklore in THE BLACK WIDOW. Featuring the Philippine mythological creatures of encantada, tikbalang, and kapre, this is a story of love, revenge, and duty.
In the beginning, there is no sea witch. There is only Ione. This is her story.
A Keeper of the magical plant Crocus, Ione’s heart beats only for Lief, the Crown Prince of Aquosvegna.
Their love is forbidden though, for no Keeper can ever become Queen. Desperate for them to be together, Ione conspires with the Prince to poison his father at the Water Kingdom’s Decennial Games.
But once he becomes King, she finds herself scorned, accused as a murderess, and sentenced to death. Heartbroken and with child, she learns to harness the power of the Crocus with the use of a stolen book of mystical concoctions.
She vows to do anything to exact eternal revenge on the lover who deceived her — but at what terrible cost?
IONE: A SEA WITCH’S TALE is the Prequel to AQUOSVEGNA: THE WATER KINGDOM Trilogy.
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