Cadie and Samuel: In the Interim: A Children of Corvus Short Story

The Children of Corvus Book 4 · L.E. Harrison

About this ebook

The events in this short-story take place during the weeks between the novels Merula and Corvus.

He is about to be named the new leader of the tribe of the Children of Corvus, and considered a god on earth. She is his spiritual Guardian. Neither can fight the overwhelming attraction they feel for the other, but Cadie fears that a relationship with Samuel could threaten her position within the tribe and her hard-won autonomy.

Samuel is aware of the many obstacles—all the reasons that make acting on his feelings for Cadie a very bad idea. The restless beast that lives inside him is not the least of those reason. When he is near her, however, he can’t seem to control his lust for the beautiful Guardian. Will they ever be able to overcome the weight of their pasts? Or will duty and the expectations of the tribe be what ultimately tears them apart?

Focusing on Samuel Singleton and Cadie Maxwell's brief romantic interlude, the story adds depth and understanding to their complicated emotional connection.

About the author

L.E. Harrison is the author of the award-winning contemporary fantasy trilogy The Children of Corvus, as well as a collection of previously published poems and short stories. She decided she wanted to be an author in the fourth grade, when she began writing poetry, plays, and stories. A lifelong avid reader and lover of genre fiction—from science fiction to paranormal romance, and everything in between—she’s inspired by books that blur the boundaries, and by the authors who manage to do it exceptionally well. She lives in a one hundred and sixty year old farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania, where she is working on the next chapter in the universe of Soluna’s children.

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