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A Chronicles of Alburnium Fairy Tale Short Story
Miltie and Tarlton are on the White Path to meet the King of Alburnium. The newly united couple are having the time of their lives on their journey to Aloblase, until one misstep puts endangers everything they hold dear.
When Miltie is turned into a flower in a witch's enchanted garden, Tarlton must figure out a way to save his wife before she withers and dies.
Time is running out. If he chooses wrong, Miltie will be lost forever and he'll end up forfeiting his own life to the witch, as well.
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Kardia's father taught her that nothing was impossible if they simply held on to a little bit of hope.
So, Kardia held onto the hope that someday her family would have full bellies again. She dared to hope that one day, her old friends would start being kind to one another. And more than anything, she hoped that eventually, her beloved town would find a way to revive itself before the new Regent of their Province came to visit.
Because as it was, her family had to forage for scraps to survive. Her friends treat each other as enemies. And if the Regent arrived to find Goia in its current state, he would end up casting everyone out of their homes and off his land.
Then it happened! Her hope was finally to be rewarded.
A visitor came to town with a strange request. Dadda traded a portion of his land to a man covered with tattoos in return for a vast amount of gold coins. With their new riches, her family had plenty to eat and a fine home to live in. And her beloved Goia began to thrive once again.
One problem. The contract stated that the sorcerer got everything that was on the traded parcel of land at the time of the transaction. Which included Kardia!
The crafty sorcerer was after Kardia and her Sano healing powers all along. And unless she finds a way to break the contract before the allotted time, their good fortunes and answered hopes will end up costing the townspeople of Goia their freedom and Kardia her life...