Keepers of Arden The Brothers Volume 3

Adult
As Salvarias finally understands his true destiny, the untold story of the gods' abandonment begins to reveal itself. Every answer the brothers discover only raises new questions. Wilhelm and Salvarias find themselves unwilling pawns in a deadly game. One they must play, no matter the cost.

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Fiction » Fantasy » Dark
Words: 186,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9780991317844
About L.K. Evans

I was born in Phoenix, AZ, where I still reside, despite the horrendous summer months. I currently live in a suburb of Phoenix with my husband (a truly wonderful man), two dogs, two cats, and three newts (I love love love animals).
Right out of high school, I got recruited into the corporate world and found I had a knack for accounting. I spent seventeen years in various divisions of accounting, but never felt fully satisfied by the turn my life had taken. Of all I had imagined my future to be, chained to a desk was not in any of my plans. In one of those wild moments where you're ready to bungee jump off a building, I quit my job and went to work on opening a dog daycare business, with all the support and love of my husband. As I was planning, I used my free time to start a story. I'd read a book and was rather unhappy with the ending, so I decided to write something I would enjoy. It started out as a secret. It was a side hobby, a release, an escape. But one day, my husband came home early and caught me. Instead of allowing me to continue on in secrecy, he planted a seed of publishing in my mind.
The thought of being an author went against everything I had made of my life. Security. Stability. Debit and credits. Cars and houses. Textbook accounting. Writing was creativity; no rules, no certainties of success. And I found it...addicting, exhilarating, and something I absolutely loved doing.
The dog daycare idea was unattainable for us, but the writing blossomed into a dream I never bothered to dream. So here I am. Who would've thought?

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