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  1. Epilogue Five Years Later On a sunny Friday, at noon sharp, a prince and his princess sister finished their messy lunch. Their nanny, Lady Nancy, and their Dad, Crown Prince Leon, helped with cleanup, wiping small mouths and messy fingers. Then, when they were presentable, the little prince ran out of the nursery to his father’s shock. Leon picked up the little princess, smiling when she made pleased noises at the lift. Lady Nancy ran after the little prince in a bid to get to him before he fell. “Kleo, don’t run so fast!” Leon called out, trying to slow his son when
  2. 19 Six Months Later Leon walked through the west side hall at the Capital Palace heading to the auxiliary residence used by Gia and her mother, Erika. The last six months felt like he had gone through a crash course in leadership. His royal family had looked to him for guidance on where to go next, especially when Constantin and Isaak’s trial took over the kingdom’s news. The trial took too long, with the final verdict coming in a week ago. Constantin and Isaak were now incarcerated at Yongi Maximum Prison serving lifetime sentences for murder. Meanwhile, the Capital Pal
  3. lilansui

    Chapter 20

    Haha, team Jihan and Kas is going to take this fight to Rushi. And, Kas will stop being so nice, I promise. Haha. I hope christmas cheer is raining down in your lives, no matter the situation. Celebrate the smallest wins this year, they are pretty big things if they made you smile even once. All my love.
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    Chapter 19

    Thank you for catching that. Fixed now. I posted late at night, feeling half asleep, just edited it again. Not so long, next chapter is up, totally big fight for Jihan's life. Hahaha. I hope so too. Shan has his moments, Jihan has had a rough time with his Pa. Lord Duyi is almost like a villain to him. I really did forget Jihan's change. Oh well, she could face trouble from Meen Kau again, hahaha, or Garren from the Eagle's Claw could get it for him.
  5. Chapter 20 Kastan swung his sword defending against the three soldiers sparring with him. The tremendous force of his strike drove them back. He attacked and countered, the sound of clanging swords filling the early morning. When he stopped to give the soldiers training with him a breather, he looked up to see Yasmin standing on the edges of the practice field. “Your Grace,” Yasmin called. “Your Grace, it’s time for your morning meal. Please wash up so that you can eat.” Kastan stared at her remembering Jihan’s order to remember to eat. How easy it was for Jihan to order him to tak
  6. Chapter 19 The meeting lasted longer than Jihan wanted, but when they were finished, all parties were happy with the expected profit division. Jihan offered to walk Niall Byn and his partner, Ven, out of the Eagle’s Claw. The main hall was filling with customers having tea or a midday meal as the sun was at its highest already. Jihan returned any greetings that came his way from old acquaintances until they came to the busy entrance doors. Jihan moved to the right of the large front veranda, so as not to block the entrance. He turned to Niall and Ven. “You’ll always have a room
  7. Chapter Eighteen Kaveh Miran lived on a hidden island in the middle of the Silver Lake. It felt like an untouched paradise filled with fresh water rivers and wild forests. It hosted a small village filled with Kaveh’s most faithful attendants. These attendants helped build Kaveh’s home on a flat hill, overlooking the lake. This manor boasted a series of impressive high walls, arched doorways and windows that allowed the cool breeze into the halls. It was a place worthy of tranquil silence. Firuz appreciated the peaceful scenery, and Jihan watched him enjoy the excitement of exploring t
  8. lilansui

    Chapter 16

    Also in songs or folktales, but you are right, a lot of these myths are oral and others not translated into eng yet.
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    Chapter 16

    Oooh, you're discovering my little secrets, hahaha. Okay, yes, I did spend a while reading about Egyptian/ Persian and Greek gods and goddesses in their different cultures. I felt Neith, Bast and Ha would work best for my story because I loved their backgrounds and their names were quite fun. I'm so grateful. Thank you too and this month I've made a deal to wrangle my crazy life and make time for what I love to do, which is writing. I'm looking forward to what I get out of this at the end of the month. Hopefully, The Reluctant Consort will have a few more chapters.
  10. Chapter Seventeen The ride to the Silver Meadow was full of instructions from Temu on how the Marriage Dance should run. “You can use the carriage to the meadow, but walking among the people will make you seem approachable. Once you reach the meadow, you’ll find soldiers who are stationed or on leave in the valley. They’ll make a path to the dais for you. Before your each the dais, you’ll meet the generals. We are six even though you’re supposed to meet seven. One of us fell in the war,” Temu said. “General Baiza,” Jihan said. “His replacement is on the way to the valley. He w
  11. Oh yes, I'll add them too. Yes, so many people to keep track. Hahaha.
  12. Chapter 16 Jihan’s tears could start a war. Kastan had never seen Jihan cry, not even when the burning feather tried to murder him. To think his Silver Shore Valley had brought Jihan to tears made Kastan want to break something or…someone. Kastan felt as though he might murder anyone who made his consort upset enough to cry. Jihan let out a soft sigh and shifted in his arms. “Andiya needs my help,” he said, sounding tired. “I need to go to Vasia in three days.” Kastan closed his eyes, his talk with Neith filling his thoughts. It wouldn’t do for Jihan to leave this way. Not
  13. Information for The Reluctant Consort. This novel has turn into a very long epic with a lot of things to remember. I'm sometimes very afraid that I'm not doing it justice. Still, I hope it is enjoyable to read. I do promise that when I go back to reedit it, I'll add anything that I missed the first run. Here's is a map a friend was kind enough to draw for me, and while some labels are not entirely accurate, I love it so much that I had to share it here. The Empire of Akasha - Sun Kingdom - Iron Lands - Blood Nation - Silver Kingdom Imperial Ci
  14. Chapter 15 Two mornings after Kastan’s return, Jihan set up his work desk in the dining hall. The weather was still rainy, the temperatures cool. Kastan worried Rashan might get sick again, so he had insisted that Rashan stay home. Jihan figured working in the dining hall would encourage Rashan to stay indoors. It was barely working. “I want to go outside,” Rashan said, keeping up a whine that had continued for most of the morning. Jihan added up the farm expenses, and entered the figures into his new ledger. The costs were higher than he liked, but it was manageable. Pushi
  15. Chapter 14 Kastan bit back a soft curse at the arrival of Nisa in his home. She was General Baiza’s only daughter and Kastan worked at treating her with kindness. She was like a sister to him and had grown used to visiting the manor at will. General Baiza had once entertained dreams of marrying her into Sun-filled Manor, but Kastan had worked hard to disabuse the man of that thought. Now that the General was gone, Kastan felt obligated to look out for Nisa and make sure she found a good match. It was the least he could do for her. “She’s important to you,” Jihan said, drawing his a
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