Hearts of Tomorrow

by Phil Geusz, Mysti Parker, SS Hampton, Sr., Erin O'Riordan

"December Moth" by Phil Geusz:
"To all things there are endings. Empires, eras, great faiths; everything, no matter how mighty and timeless it may seem, has its time in the sun and then fades away into nothing. Sadly, there are no exceptions for either moths or men..."

"Let There By Love" by Mysti Parker:
The dark elves Sibylis D'Arkvayn and Ashten D'Vynn shared a bond forged from the pain of loss that no one else could understand. But love was a dangerous feeling to possess in the wicked city of Ironhaven. Together, they must find the key to bringing down the tyrant that threatens Sibylis and her famly—before it's too late.

"Feeding the Ravens" by SS Hampton, Sr.:
Gerhard is taken to Valhalla by Elin, a Valkyrie, after his death. Unaccepting of his fate, he leads his soldiers to the Ifing, the river border between Asgard and Jotunheimr, home of the giants. If they cross the Ifing they will fight their way back home to Midgard - but will their Valkyries let them go?

"Melusine's Secret" by Erin O'Riordan:
The fascinating fairy tale of Melusine, a mermaid, or a half-woman, half-serpent, is well-known in France. She's the French version of the Irish banshee; her unearthly cries are heard at deaths and times of tragedy. This version is highly charged with erotic tension.



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