Saving Eve
Author's Note: Saving Eve is a companion novel to The Witching Pen series, and should be read after The Last Dragon. It does not need to be read to understand the arc of the main series - it is a bonus story and a completion to Lucifer's journey.

Amid long, wild grass, a snake slithers, hidden.
Hidden until a man opens his eyes...

Awaking with amnesia in St Mary's Hospital, after a near-fatal freak accident, he is known only as Luc. With the help of Evie Gold, the kind, young woman who found him, he starts a new life - a second chance, a clean slate.

A bond burgeons between them.

But disturbing dreams of dark deeds become waking recountings. A blackness is uncoiling - seductive, familiar and dangerously provocative.

An ancient craving stirs; an old addiction rises.

Nothing is as it seems, and as reality crumbles, Luc finds himself asking, not just who he is, but...

Who is Evie?

From the author of the international bestselling Witching Pen series, Dianna Hardy takes a seed from The Last Dragon, and brings you an existential story of two beings in search of completion.

Length: Short novel at just over 40,000 words.
Genre: Surreal Fiction; Creation Myth
Written in British English.
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Saving Eve
Author's Note: Saving Eve is a companion novel to The Witching Pen series, and should be read after The Last Dragon. It does not need to be read to understand the arc of the main series - it is a bonus story and a completion to Lucifer's journey.

Amid long, wild grass, a snake slithers, hidden.
Hidden until a man opens his eyes...

Awaking with amnesia in St Mary's Hospital, after a near-fatal freak accident, he is known only as Luc. With the help of Evie Gold, the kind, young woman who found him, he starts a new life - a second chance, a clean slate.

A bond burgeons between them.

But disturbing dreams of dark deeds become waking recountings. A blackness is uncoiling - seductive, familiar and dangerously provocative.

An ancient craving stirs; an old addiction rises.

Nothing is as it seems, and as reality crumbles, Luc finds himself asking, not just who he is, but...

Who is Evie?

From the author of the international bestselling Witching Pen series, Dianna Hardy takes a seed from The Last Dragon, and brings you an existential story of two beings in search of completion.

Length: Short novel at just over 40,000 words.
Genre: Surreal Fiction; Creation Myth
Written in British English.
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Saving Eve

Saving Eve

by Dianna Hardy
Saving Eve

Saving Eve

by Dianna Hardy

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Author's Note: Saving Eve is a companion novel to The Witching Pen series, and should be read after The Last Dragon. It does not need to be read to understand the arc of the main series - it is a bonus story and a completion to Lucifer's journey.

Amid long, wild grass, a snake slithers, hidden.
Hidden until a man opens his eyes...

Awaking with amnesia in St Mary's Hospital, after a near-fatal freak accident, he is known only as Luc. With the help of Evie Gold, the kind, young woman who found him, he starts a new life - a second chance, a clean slate.

A bond burgeons between them.

But disturbing dreams of dark deeds become waking recountings. A blackness is uncoiling - seductive, familiar and dangerously provocative.

An ancient craving stirs; an old addiction rises.

Nothing is as it seems, and as reality crumbles, Luc finds himself asking, not just who he is, but...

Who is Evie?

From the author of the international bestselling Witching Pen series, Dianna Hardy takes a seed from The Last Dragon, and brings you an existential story of two beings in search of completion.

Length: Short novel at just over 40,000 words.
Genre: Surreal Fiction; Creation Myth
Written in British English.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780957540439
Publisher: Satin Smoke Press
Publication date: 04/28/2015
Series: The Witching Pen
Pages: 172
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.40(d)
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