On Tour with Prism Book Tours
Paperback & ebook, 298 Pages
June 28th 2018 by Revelation Publishing Company
Love and war are often the same thing.
Prince Karhiad is a humble king-in-waiting. His father, King Vilsig, rules the Kingdom of Merrhius with an iron fist. While the king dreams of endless conquests, his son only wants to conquer the hearts of his subjects through love instead of fear.
Meanwhile, a dark and sinister force threatens every kingdom around. And if King Vilsig and Prince Karhiad can't put aside their differences, an ancient sinister beast and his supernatural army will lay waste to the Kingdom of Merrhius.
On the night of Prince Karhiad’s 17th birthday, he is mesmerized by a radiant light and makes a decision to learn of its origin. That choice will force him towards answers he wasn't seeking, a woman he wasn't planning to fall in love with, and a destiny that will bring him great suffering yet an even greater reward. But in this gripping tale of good vs. evil, the power of love isn't just a shield to ward off the darkness -- it's also the strongest weapon of all.
“Where is Trinicity?” he blurted out. She stopped her antics, and looked up at him. She didn’t respond. “I don’t mean to be intrusive. I was… I was just wondering how long a journey it is for you to get here.”
“Not long.” They kept their deep gaze with one another.
“Do you know…” He stopped, he couldn’t possibly ask, but he just felt so comfortable with her.
“Do I know what?”
“Do you know… why do people say they can’t find it?”
“I find it every time I travel out. And I never used one of these.” She gave a subtle laugh while holding up the compass.
“You told me a story about a woman from Trinicity that showed a man from Harlot where it was.” He paused as he could tell by her look she didn’t want to talk about that story again, when, in actuality, she was a bit anxious that he was going to ask her to show him where Trinicity was. He took a deep breath and said, “You said she chose to live in Harlot instead. Once she left, would she be able to come back, find Trinicity again?”
She felt relieved he didn’t ask the question she was worried about. “I guess. It depends. I mean, it would depend on how wise she is.” Karhiad interpreted the word ‘wise’ to refer to her intellect to remember its location.
“Could I find it? You say it doesn’t take you long to get here. So, if I traveled around, could I find it?”
Faith shrugged her shoulders.
“Could you ever show me your city?”
“Oh, no! He asked it!” Faith tried not to let her anxious feelings show on her face. Karhiad just longed for this mysterious place so eagerly. He knew this place was real, irrespective of what his father believed. He was confident this fascinating girl he met in the woods wasn’t lying about where she was from. The way she spoke about trivial matters and important issues was so alluring to him. The idea of visiting Trinicity, the place she came from, was very appealing to him. Besides, he never believed it to be a myth, and now eagerly just wanted to see it all with his own eyes.
About the Author
I am a friend of Jesus who at times fails at making this is my most important relationship. I am a wife who forgets at times this is my primary job. I am a mom who at times didn't get it right. I take lots of pictures that annoy everyone in my family except for my dog. She loves it.
I began writing short stories when I was a child. I would sit in my room for hours writing as fast as I could to keep up with my thoughts. We didn't have a typewriter and certainly no computer. Too often my writing would turn to scribble. I ended up with lots of loose paper with many short stories written on them in half scribble that made it too difficult for others to read. Thanks to technology, I went back to my childhood passion and wrote a story that I turned into a readable book.
That's me, to make a long story short.
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