Over time, storytellers from neighboring villages gave her many names known as an angel other, a demon. The suppressive spirit in her confronted all battles between valorous and evil. She joins the Dragon Lord to stand by his side in battle and as a queen. Together they discover their destiny as warriors. The beacon of hope for the people to merge them into a force never expected. Her soul immersed in love and laughter from the heavens. With the determination and might from hell.
Pissara is a young king with abilities given to him by the tribe who saved him, as Pissara grows he begins to learn the man he considered to be his brother is a deceitful maniac. Pissara leaves home in search of this man, leaving his tribe defenseless, only to get hurt badly and leave his tribe to get enslaved by the man he went looking for. When Pissara recovers, he sets out on a journey to return home and save his tribe, but before he can save them, he looks for help from the animals around him. During his journey, Pissara gets into situations pushing him past his own limits. When Pissara finally makes it back home, he is brought to tears from the things he sees. Pissara makes his move to save his tribe and ends up going to battle with the man he thought was his brother. The two go blow for blow with emotion and desperation.
Valkyrie Smith should be dead. None of the killer’s other victims have survived. Now, after years of recovery and preparation, she is going after the man who killed her family and left her for dead.
After a series of missed opportunities, Valkyrie finally has her chance. An anonymous phone call informs her that the man she has been hunting has surfaced in Sequoia County, a rural California landscape of redwood forests, vineyards, and isolated coastlines. Valkyrie knows it could be a trap. She doesn’t care. Armed with her skills, her intellect, and her determination, Valkyrie heads straight into the heart of danger. She thinks she’s prepared for anything. She’s wrong.
Jaunell Morris was a typical kid: hanging out with friends and going to school. Although being tease occasionally and living in one of the poorest and dangerous towns in southern Illinois, Jaunell was a happy and talented child. Things turned for the worse for Jaunell shortly after her thirteenth birthday. Joan, Jaunell’s mother, believed that Jaunell was going through a phrase. But Jaunell’s increasingly violent behavior proved her wrong. Obnoxious behavior and suicidal thoughts led Jaunell to Chestnut mental health hospital where she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. After being discharge from Chestnut, Joan felt like she had her daughter back. But that was far from the truth. Things went from bad to worse for the Morris family throughout the years. Refusing to take medication, fighting, truancy, and suicide attempts led to multiple hospitalizations for Jaunell. As Jaunell began to deteriorate, the people who were supposed to help her began to belittle her and calling her names no child should hear. After multiple hospitalizations Joan had reach her breaking point. She founded a long-term residential center out of state that will give Jaunell the help that she needs. But the cost is making it difficult. Will Jaunell receive the help that she desperately needs?