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A Lightbringer Carol

(Metamor City #7)

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Janus Starson, regional commander of the Lothanasi, takes his job VERY seriously. As the agency tasked with shielding mortals from supernatural threats, the Lothanasi do their best to keep anything dangerous from crossing over between the Dreamlands and the physical realm. But when it comes to the Holly King -- also known as Saint Nicholas, the Faery Lord of the Yuletide - ...more
ebook, 91 pages
Published July 21st 2012 by Liminal Corvid Press
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“Janus found himself drawn to the edge of the rink, staring fixedly at Candace as she approached: grinning, puffing steam, her cheeks flushed, her brown hair peeking out from under a knitted cap, her hazel eyes sparkling green and gold in the bright winter sun. She wore a wool riding coat, brilliant red trimmed with black, which stood out amid the ice like a ruby on white gold. Janus thought she had never looked more beautiful than she did in that moment, with all her cares and duties laid aside for the pure joy of living. Janus wanted to freeze the moment in his memory and carry it forever: This is what happiness looks like. I never knew. 3 likes
“Santa was dead, to begin with. There was no doubt whatsoever about that. The after-action report was signed by the field commander, the director of operations, the secretary of the Office of Sidhe Affairs, and the chief battle-mage. Janus had signed it — and Janus’s word could be counted upon for anything he chose to put his name to. Old Saint Nicholas, the Sidhe Lord of the Yuletide, was as dead as a door-nail.

It didn’t stick.”
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