Authors: Jessika Fevrier,Cerys du Lys
Tags: #New Adult, #submissive wife, #Vampires, #best romantic story, #Coming of Age, #may december romance, #motivational stories
Her son had
lived a happy life. He never seemed bothered that she looked the same when he
was eighty six as she had when he was ten. It hurt when he died, but he was
frail by then and ready for it. He told her so himself, he'd said he thought
death wouldn't be too bad. A relief, maybe.
To comfort her,
to make her smile, he asked a nurse to bring in one of the nursing home's
portable senescence machines. Under the nurse's supervision, he feebly clipped
one end to himself, and the other to her, then transferred her one minute—it
was the first time he'd ever used one of the machines.
always have a part of me with you," Nathan had said. It made her laugh
and cry, it was silly and too sentimental. She loved him so much for it,
though. The thought, his idea, always made her happy.
scared her, though, seeing people wither away into nothingness until they
breathed out but never in again. For Nathan's sake, for his beliefs, she hoped
it was a relief for him, though.
And now she had
a part of Robert, too. Bridge, Gaige, and Dalton, also. She remembered them
easily, the good and the bad. She loved them all. If she had to keep living
and they had to die, she would make sure that little part of them inside of her
was happy. She would be happy for them, make every single moment they'd given
She looked at
the gravestone once more before starting her return walk to the cemetery
gates. The sky darkened and a cool breeze blew through the graveyard. How
long had she stood here? I'll come back, she thought, another time. I'm just
a little frightened right now.
Cerys and I've been hired by Landseer Publishing to assist Jessika Fevrier with
the production of this story...
Cerys, but Jessika Fevrier is the name of a fictional
character that I wrote in one of my story series (which is currently available
as a full-length novel). I thought it'd be interesting to write a story as
that character, for a number of reasons.
What are the
reasons? Well, if I tell you, I'd ruin that story. If you do want to know,
you can check the series/novel out, and find out from that. I thought the idea
was interesting, though, and it gives me a little freedom from standardly
accepted literary devices and all of that, you know?
As a warning, or
a note, or whatnot, I typically write things that are a little more steamy,
romantically. In a way, Jessika wouldn't really write that, though. So while
this is more of a classic romance, with some paranormal, advanced society
aspects, it's a little different from my standard fare of writing.
I love this
story, though. Actually, for anyone curious, I submitted it to many magazines
before deciding to self-publish it. I got a lot of good responses and feedback,
but unfortunately it's one of those stories that doesn't quite fit anywhere,
you know? Science fiction magazines prefer something with quite a bit less
romance, and there aren't any real short story romance magazines to speak of.
It was a great
experience, though, and I got to talk with a lot of editors from places that
offered me some insight into the publishing world. And, well, here I am today.
interested in how Jessika Fevrier came about publishing a story, and what -her-
story is, then you should definitely check out The Billionaire's Ultimatum
series. This series is available by separate parts or as a full-length novel,
so you can try it out first, or buy the whole thing at once. Each part is
relatively standalone, so if one in particular strikes your interest, you can
grab just one, too. The overall story is large and connects together in a
really interesting way, though.
If you like
romance that's a little more paranormal, I'd highly suggest my Soulless
series. For something quick, Dominant Dreams is a nice romance with a bit of
spice and some BDSM added in, too. In addition to that, I have The Monster
Within, which is more medieval fantasy-ish, but cute and sweet at a lot of
parts like this story is. Or maybe you're interested in something a lot more
erotic? Princess Miri (the series or the novel) is -really- steamy, but it's
also got some humor and a nice coming of age styled plot like this has at some
parts. Hunted by the Beast is darker at some parts, reminiscent of the Gaige
moments in this story, and also has some paranormal/erotic fairytale
re-imagining moments that fits somewhat similarly to how this story is.
I'll link you
some starter stories that you might like in a moment.
If you liked
this story, I'd love if you rated and reviewed it. It helps me out a lot, and
I love reading everyone's comments. I appreciate the time that people put into
that, and I know sometimes it's not easy to do. If you do have the time and
you want to rate and review something, I'll definitely read it and if you have
any questions I'll try to answer them as best I can. You're also more than
welcome to email me any time!
And, here are
those links (a lot of them are only $0.99):
he Billionaire's Ultimatum*
of Hope: The Monster Within
by the Beast*
differ depending on currency used. Prices are based on current US price
charted on numerous best sellers and hot new release lists internationally with
She lives in the
Greater Boston area in a small town in New Hampshire. She spends her days
writing, reading, learning, and working. And maybe sometimes she flirts with
the mailman. Some of her most favorite activities involve understanding and
learning about emotions and relationships.
pondering sexuality and sensualness. Most of her writing delves into this in
some way, exploring reactions and relationships between different people. While
she enjoys writing erotica and erotic romance, her goal is to also keep a
certain literary appeal to the writing instead of something purely
pornographic. Every story she writes has a delightful plot along with the more
devious and delicious scenes we all want to read.
romance settings, with the occasional monster or fairytale. Her secret kinks
include reluctance, interesting paranormal creatures, romance(even with
monsters), and fun. She loves writing about all of these things, though very
strongly acknowledges that fantasies are fiction and nothing more.
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from Cerys du Lys
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free to email them to
can't promise a response to every single one, nor can I say that requests will
be fulfilled, but everything will be read. As long as they are appropriate and
respectful, at least.