Thank you for sharing my story on your blog—for sharing in my plight, my obsession, my hunt.
I am Eden, though I’ve been known by many names. My story is short, but the pain, the memory that drives me, is intense, and I have no intention of stopping, of mercy, until I find the revenge I need.
You wanted to know me—know more of my story. What is it you want to ask me, Michelle? And do you have a story of your own to share?
Is there an object or possession in your life that you cherish and why?
My knife—the blade is gleaming; the hilt’s made of bone. It’s perfect for making things right—perfect for revenge…
Sort of. Errol, my crow, has followed me through the centuries. He’s a little more than a pet though. More of a friend…
What is your favorite place to think?
The river. It’s the most peaceful place in the world to me.
Who were you named after?
My Grandmother. She was like me. But as I mentioned, my names are ever changing…
Favorite season and why?
Autumn. When the leaves are crumpling to crisp pieces on the lawn, and the air is getting cooler, losing itself slowly to the oncoming winter. This is my favorite time of year, the season I love the most.
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Keywords: Romance, Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Fairy Tale, Beauty and the Beast
All she wanted was a rose…
These are the words on my sister’s grave. Her sadness, her obsession, forever a reminder I didn’t–couldn’t save her.
I’m not vindictive or cruel. I’m simply as the river–my memory is winding and my reach is long. I watched him steal her beauty, her essence. Watched him become a beast. He thought he’d get away with it, thought he’d go free.
I lay a rose upon my sister’s grave.
Light a candle for the beast.
Echo Shea is an Urban Fantasy writer. Known for fast-paced and sometimes chilling prose, she hunkers down at her desk with characters that not only enchant, but excite her. There’s something so freeing about writing beyond what seems possible.
Who says there’s not something more hiding in these Maryland woods?
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