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  1. Slash 4: Luke and Manira


    August 13, 2016 by Lyn

    If this story took place, it would do so around the end of Book Two, after the end of Hell Night.

    Luke wasn’t expecting anyone to be knocking on his door. It was late, past midnight, and the chaos in the halls had finally died down.… Read on

  2. Descriptions: Lady Maureen and Manira


    August 13, 2016 by Lyn

    We continue the description series with Lady Maureen, who lives in the Village and helps to raise the children, and Manira, our mystery Fifth Cohort.

    Lady Maureen, FoxGlove

    Maureen is, to some eyes, a study in contradictions; matronly, sexy, motherly, with a feel of an Old West saloon about her even now, Irish, kitsune.… Read on

  3. Minding


    August 2, 2016 by Lyn

    Week Three of Year Five of the Addergoole School

    Until Year Five, Reid Solomon had been fairly careful about the privacy of his students’ minds. He could, and would, scan lightly, like running his fingers over the spines of books, to see who was paying attention, who was daydreaming, who just wasn’t getting the subject material, but until now, he’d never gone deeper without cause, not in the middle of class, at the very least.… Read on

  4. Chapter 180: Jamian


    July 20, 2016 by Lyn

    I wanna talk about me
    Wanna talk about I
    Wanna talk about number one
    Oh my me my
    What I think, what I like, what I know, what I want, what I see
    I like talking about you you you you, usually, but occasionally
    I wanna talk about me

    Evening, the first Wednesday in April

    Kailani thought the idea of a breeding project sounded rational.… Read on

  5. Chapter 168: Jamian


    July 13, 2016 by Lyn

    I believe I’ve waited long enough
    Where do I begin?
    For the very first time
    Don’t you pay no mind
    Set me free again

    “Hey, I’m not the one who was prowling around looking for trouble,” Ofir smirked, spreading his hands.… Read on

  6. Chapter 162: Jamian


    July 8, 2016 by Lyn

    Who do you belong to?
    I’m sure it’s not yourself

    “Come on in, Jamian.” The professor’s voice seemed to come from a long way away, but it was clear enough as Jamian opened the office door.

    His first impression was that the office had gotten much bigger; on closer examination, he realized that the velvet curtain at what he’d thought to be the back was pulled to one side, revealing the rest of the room.… Read on

  7. Chapter 150: Jamian


    July 5, 2016 by Lyn

    Please, have my baby, yeah I’m talkin’ to you
    If you want to have my baby then here’s what you do

    Parties, Jamian mused, would probably be more entertaining if he weren’t Kept. As it was, he and Niki were once again handling most of the clean-up, while Manira sat by watching and being less than useful.… Read on

  8. Chapter 144: Jamian


    June 29, 2016 by Lyn

    The more you know
    The more you feel
    The more you’ll understand

    “…so, since we were done anyway, I promised not to distribute any more this year. But it seems our secret is out of the bag.” Kai flopped bonelessly on the couch in Jamian’s suite.… Read on

  9. Chapter 132: Jamian


    June 15, 2016 by Lyn

    The message is clear but it’s hard to hear
    So listen to what we say
    What do you know?

    Events and upperclassmen had conspired to keep Jamian and Kai from completing their rounds of the Fifth Cohort, but with so many students missing, it seemed a good time to try.… Read on

  10. Chapter 120: Jamian


    June 7, 2016 by Lyn

    It was with some trepidation that Jamian returned to the close circle of his cy’ree after the first round. Cy’Solomon was beating them; not by much, admittedly, but enough to be worrisome. They needed some good categories.

    “Now come on,” Magnolia was saying, her lips pursed in a frown.… Read on

  11. Interlude: Manira


    June 2, 2016 by Lyn

    Science had changed a lot since she was a girl; Manira, who had never been a brilliant student and had had a minimum of schooling in her previous incarnation, found herself struggling with Biology, the one subject she’d thought she’d do well at.… Read on

  12. Interlude: Manira


    May 26, 2016 by Lyn

    No more succubus powers.

    Manira wasn’t in her room Saturday night. She’d tried to avoid the orders Ambrus had given her (while at the same time trying to ignore how much it galled, that a Kept she’d hoped to Own was givingher orders), but they locked her in as tightly as if she herself had been Kept, locked her as tightly as the oaths she’d sworn to the original Manira.… Read on

  13. Prelude: Ambrus


    May 23, 2016 by Lyn

    He didn’t want to deal with Manira. She was, all things considered, the last person he wanted to see, and he’d put it off as long as he felt was reasonable, and then put it off longer after that.

    He wanted to deal with the raw spots in his memories, now that he had some leisure time with which to do so.… Read on

  14. Interlude: Manira


    May 16, 2016 by Lyn

    It had been days, almost an entire week, since she’d last talked to Dr. Regine and Ambrus. The succubus who was also Manira had gone about her life like normal over that week; the geasa wrapped around her didn’t allow her to do anything but.… Read on

  15. Interlude: VanderLinden, Regine, Reid, and Ambrus


    September 12, 2015 by Lyn

    Mike had known Regine Avonmorea longer than anyone else had; in all those centuries, he’d never seen her as furious as she was now. He’d rarely seen her angry at all – there had been, a long time ago, a few moments of raw hurt, but that had been different, the lost confusion of a young woman.… Read on

  16. Interlude: Manira


    September 12, 2015 by Lyn

    Manira found herself staring at the closed door long after Jamian and her friends had left. The little goblin was tasty, so sure he was hated that the slightest bit of affection would make him hop with joy. If she survived this, perhaps she’d turn her attention to him, or his friend with the tusks.… Read on

  17. Interlude: Ambrus and Manira


    September 4, 2015 by Lyn

    He was watching her expression carefully behind his casual mask. With all their talking about prodigies and rogue powers, Mike and Professor Solomon had said, over and over again, “a first-year student shouldn’t be able to do this, not even to Ambrus.”… Read on

  18. Interlude: Manira and Ambrus


    September 4, 2015 by Lyn

    Ambrus was by far not her biggest problem. What this body was doing to her, why she couldn’t access all of her Words, why she felt on the cusp of another Becoming – those were bigger problems. The conversation Professor VanderLinden was going to force on Monday, and how she could get around his far-too-perceptive insistence on the whole truth without becoming foresworn – that was her biggest problem.… Read on

  19. Interlude: Manira


    August 31, 2015 by Lyn

    Something was wrong in the halls. In the whole school, really, although she couldn’t taste it in her dorm room. Manira wandered through the school with seeming aimlessness, barely noticing the other students, occasionally tasting the air like a snake looking for dinner.… Read on

  20. Interlude: Ambrus and Manira


    August 24, 2015 by Lyn

    “Go with it,” Reid had said. “Don’t fight her anymore, it’s just making you sick. So until we can figure out how she’s this powerful this young – and if she knows if she’s doing it or not – just go with the flow.”… Read on

  21. Interlude: Manira


    August 19, 2015 by Lyn

    When the leopard-spotted Portuguese girl in her Contemporary Literature class – Margarita? Magda? – told Manira to “enjoy magic class,” she thought she was in for something like she’d gone through with her Mentor, a one-on-one exploration of the Words until they stumbled over combinations that worked for her.… Read on

  22. Interlude: Manira


    August 14, 2015 by Lyn

    The hallways were delicious. Manira moved at a leisurely pace through the darkened hallways, pausing in out-of-the-way places to take in the wonderful aromas of fear and anticipation and desire. It was quite a blend, like Prom Night on steroids, some lurking around with acquisition topmost in their minds, others just wanting to make it through the day.… Read on

  23. Interlude: Emrys, Ambrus, & Manira


    August 13, 2015 by Lyn

    Regine was in her office, going over paperwork with Mike and Reid for the third night in a row. Chances were, she wouldn’t be back to their apartment until late. Ambrus was bored, restless, and, if he was willing to admit it to himself, more than a little lonely.… Read on

  24. Interlude: Ambrus and Manira


    August 13, 2015 by Lyn

    Ambrus’ neck felt bare and exposed under his open shirt; the flat torque he had worn for most of the last two decades was at “home,” in Regine’s room, waiting on his dresser.

    It was just symbolic, of course; he still belonged to his Mistress.… Read on

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