the Cult of the Black Lotus
by Norman X. Scozzafova
The gods often make use of heroes. More often, though, they make use of those less than heroic.
Revenge, whether served hot or cold, is a thing to be avoided at all costs.
Even with that understanding, a young knight embarks on a personal vendetta against the men who killed her parents. This all-consuming goal has been the only purpose for which she was thought to have survived.
Is it enough?