Edge of the Darkness by Brenda K. Davies EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Brenda K. Davies
- Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Fiction, Psychic Suspense, Myth & Legend Fantasy
- Publish Date: 21 September 2020
- Size: 1.6 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
I STOOD at the edge of the darkness and leaned forward to peer
into the unknown. Though I’d been here countless times
before, and the darkness had haunted me since I was a child, I
had no idea what lay within or beyond the fathomless pit of
night below me.
Was it as endless as it appeared?
After centuries of dreaming about this place, I should have
learned what secrets the darkness concealed, but it was as
much of a mystery to me now as when I was a child. There
was a reason I had this recurring dream, a reason why the
darkness haunted me so; I just didn’t know what it was.
Was this place a premonition? I’d never had a premonition
come from a dream before. They usually came in small flashes
until the pieces fell into place and I knew what they were
telling me. And lately, they hadn’t told me anything.
They’d also never told me anything about this place. This
dream, and the darkness, had haunted me for most of my life.
Like every other time I had the dream, I peered over the edge
of the darkness into the nothingness below as a cold sweat
coated my body, my heart hammered, and my mouth went dry.
I had no idea what lay down there. I’d resigned myself to
the fact I might never know, but every time I found myself
here, unreasonable terror gripped me. Ever since my encounter
with Wrath, I’d found myself here more often.
Before our fight in the minotaur’s cave, the darkness only
came to me a dozen times a year. Since realizing Wrath was
my Chosen, I’d found myself standing at the edge of this great
Leaning forward, I strained to see through the darkness so
I could learn what lay below, but, like always, I saw nothing.
There was no parting of the way, no sudden awareness; there
was absolutely nothing but the booming thunder of my heart.
There had never been a reason to fear anything here;
nothing more than this had ever happened in these dreams, but
even after all these years, I still couldn’t control my visceral
reaction to this place. The darkness was coming to me more
and more often, and it was only a matter of time before it
“We’re back here again,” a voice drawled from behind me.
I spun so fast my heel went over the edge of the pit and my
weight shifted back. My arms wheeled as I tried to catch my
balance and threw myself forward. I was desperate to learn the
answer to what lay below, but I had a feeling that once I
toppled over the edge, I would never return.
When I caught my balance, I scowled at the arrogant prick
standing across from me. A small, cruel smile curved the
corner of Wrath’s alluring mouth as his black eyes shone with
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