Vespar

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Marcolm Rogers thinks he's safe, going to school far away from his mob-boss father. Mid-Senior year, he can feel danger approaching. Just as he’s about to run, he meets Vespar McKauley. When Vespar says he can protect him, Marc wants to believe. But he’s been hunted before, and this time he isn’t sure he’ll get away. Especially when he finds out he is Vespar’s target. More
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About Thianna Durston

T uses the following pronouns: Xs, Xys, Xem, Xemself

Thianna Durston is a writer by day and supernova by night. Or at least that’s what the faeries tell xem. And who is xe to deny those pesky *cough* lovely little creatures?

Xe lives in the Pacific Northwest, though xys heart belongs elsewhere. In the meantime, until xe can return to the place xe calls home, xe happily lives in a city that still thinks it’s a small town. Thankfully, it has given xys muse lots of amusing places to start a story.

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About the Series: Order of the Black Knights
Every century has seen its knights. But there are those who are never seen. They do what must be done, what has to be done—when nobody wants to get their hands dirty. They are called the Black Knights. First created in the 1100s by the wizard Moriel, these men seem cold and hard, and it is said that some have no soul. But for each knight, there is one who can bring out the man who waits inside. The question is whether or not he will kill the individual before he figures it out.

Through the ages, they’ve conquered and ruled and taken what they wanted. And they have adapted to modern times. Instead of being bullies for hire, they have taken their skills further—the internet, the CIA, government infiltration, hacking, special ops, assassination, but each one of them has a need they don’t understand—to squash, kill, or destroy.

If the Knight pardons an enemy, he will no longer be cursed. If not, he will continue to live the same life again and again, and each life will make him harder and more unyielding. And each life will make it is less likely that he can be saved.

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