The White Queen: English Vernacular Edition

The White Queen: English Vernacular Edition

by Charles F. Bond

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All life in the ocean is threatened, and soon nothing will live. The plankton numbers are falling and without them nothing can survive.

Morg is a mer-girl growing up in a sect of merfolk believing in a move from the ocean to the land. Yet it is not her or anyone she knows who will be abandoning the ocean, it is their young ones who will sprout legs and walk. To do this mermaids must mate with land dwellers. Morg is at an age when her body is capable of bearing young, but she detests the notion of moving to the land and wants nothing to do with any human pairing. When her leader forces it upon her, she is helped to escape and soon discovers there are mermaids who can look into the future, and with them she hopes to find a better solution, and stop the mating madness.

This novella contains non-graphical scenes of sex and sexual violence. Please read the parental guidance notes on the author's website, see author profile for links, and then under Titles, click for the book's page and follow the links.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152546361
Publisher: Charles F. Bond
Publication date: 01/06/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 213 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Charles F Bond is a fantasy and paranormal writer. Basildon born he now lives near the east coast of England, in Suffolk, where he regularly sits down to write in whatever world he is engrossed in at the time. He's always been a writer, though he hasn't always known it. In his youthful days, his siblings would often have to shake him to gain his attention, for he has always been a daydreamer, and would often disappear into some dark and mysterious story within his own mind. "The move to Scotland helped," he chortles, "We moved to a farm, where I had a hundred acres to roam and get back to dreaming." In his teens he often wrote letters to his friends and family. To his friends he used to offer advice, family was just to stay in touch. He always felt more relaxed writing his thoughts of encouragement, than actually talking to people about their troubles. It wasn't until his mid-twenties, did he finally realise his potential for fiction. "Well the stories hadn't eased and I had to put them somewhere." Many rejections and five books later, he's currently working short stories, but longs to get back to his Evania series and its first book, Keeper Of The Realms. He can also be found on Goodreads:

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