How do you escape a hunter of pure evil?
Cassy Mae's mother raised her to hate magic. Her fears were so strong, she almost refused to go live with her juju-practicing grandmother when her mother died. But, she had nowhere else to go. To her surprise, even though she was bullied in school because she limps, Cassy Mae found peace in the hills of Docket's Diggings. Then, the Markhams moved to town, spreading a strange malaise wherever they go.
The teen soon becomes the target of Jamilla Markham's attention. Can Cassy Mae escape the danger hiding beneath Jamilla's seeming friendship?
If you enjoy Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments Series or anything by Danielle Page, you will be captivated by M. K. Theodoratus’s World of Andor stories.
Praise for M. K. Theodoratus and Noticing Jamilla, A Tale of Andor:
“With a compelling and satisfying story arc, short fiction fans of this popular genre will certainly find Noticing Jamilla an intriguing tale, whilst being left to wonder if there is not a longer novel in the near future. It is recommended without reservation.” – BookViral (http://bookviral.com/noticing-jamilla/4583707659)
“This was a great little story. I sure hope the author will write more stories like this to read in book length.” –Norma Van Doren
M. K. Theodoratus has seven published works, with more on the way. She has always felt magic and fantasy were apart of her life. She specializes in captivating long-form of fantasy short stories.
About the Author
Fantasy has been part of my life since I can remember, starting with a fantasy playmate who kept me company while I was locked on the front porch with my toys. My brother, Jerry, still hasn't forgiven me for naming my friend Jerome. Yeah, my mother was a copycat.
My formal introduction to fantasy came with the discovery of the Oz books. I read every one I could find, even if they were larger than the other books brought to our school from the library. I became a serious book buyer when I discovered my dad's army/navy store sold used paperbacks, including authors like A. L. Merritt, Andre Norton, and C. L. Moore--plus my favorite of favorites Leigh Brackett.
Now, I write fantasy about snarly elves, the Half-Elven of the Far Isles, or humans fighting invading demons in Andor.