Eorwulf [NOOK Book]

Overview

The only respite Meira has from her illness is writing in her journal and remembering Eorwulf. Or is he merely someone her imagination has conjured? She scribes every brush of his lips on hers, every touch of his hands. He knows her secrets and promises to take her away from all the pain. As Meira writes in her journal, the ink staining her fingers, it brings her closer and closer to Eorwulf.
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Eorwulf

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Overview

The only respite Meira has from her illness is writing in her journal and remembering Eorwulf. Or is he merely someone her imagination has conjured? She scribes every brush of his lips on hers, every touch of his hands. He knows her secrets and promises to take her away from all the pain. As Meira writes in her journal, the ink staining her fingers, it brings her closer and closer to Eorwulf.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011118142
  • Publisher: Michelle Miles
  • Publication date: 10/17/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 127 KB

Meet the Author

Michelle Miles is the award-winning author of fast-paced, fun-filled paranormal, fantasy and contemporary romances. Her latest book, Only for a Knight, is set in the Celtic Otherworld and is the second in the Knights In Shining Armor series available from Ellora’s Cave.She is also the author of the Coffee House Chronicles, a contemporary romance series set in and around a coffee house, as well as an action-adventure series The Adventures of Ransom and Fortune. She is a member of Romance Writers of America®, PAN Liaison of the Dallas Area Romance Authors chapter and member of the Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal chapter. Her work has placed in the highly-acclaimed Writer’s Digest Writing Competition and the Stroke of Midnight Contest sponsored by the Passionate Ink chapter. She is also a contributor of the charity paranormal anthology, Entangled, which has donated over $10,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.A Native Texan, she loves hockey, baseball, drinking coffee, cross-stitching and shopping for shoes and handbags. She is a regular contributor to Plotting Princesses and can be found online at Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Goodreads. Visit her website at michellemiles.net to sign up for her monthly newsletter and read her daily blog, Ye Olde Inkwell.
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  • Posted November 2, 2010

    Perfect read for a winter afternoon

    The rhythm of this short story by Michelle Miles flows effortlessly, transporting the reader to another place and time. The dying Meira reflects on her love for Eorwulf in full-of-life, almost Emily Dickinson-style, prose.

    Meira's final act in life is to explain to her mother how she met the handsome and mysterious Eorwulf, and since her disease has left her mute, she reveals in her diary how he'll help her move onto a new world - an afterlife where she's healthy and able to love him freely.

    For such a short story, Eorwulf packs a lot of emotion, and although it ends with Meira's death, the reader is left with a happy ending as Meria at last has what she wants.to be with the strong, protective Eorwulf forever.

    Eorwulf is a beautiful story, elegantly told.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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