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Legends V: Illusions of the Present

by Mark McQuillen

Illusions of the Present - Mara Reitsma & Mark McQuillen - Devil's Daughter
Editions:Kindle - First: $ 3.99 USD
Pages: 375

There was always more to a story than met the eye. There were always more secrets, more lies, a never ending search for answers that may very well have died with the Ancients; but they had to try.
Many had fallen in what was being called the greatest war of all times. Hundreds of planets had been ravaged beyond repair, mighty cities and vast civilizations returned to dust, their lands unable to support life. Millions had lost their lives, and many more were left devastated when their homes had been destroyed and their families, shattered beyond repair. This, was what the Verse had come to, and despite their many victories, Malice knew there was much more to come. The war was far from over, and those who were missing, had yet to find their way home.
She'd already lost her past to the Eno'tai, she'd lost her friends and those she'd loved; and there was no way she was going to hand them her future too. She would find what she'd lost, and she'd bring them all home or die trying, for they couldn't win this war alone.

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Pairings: FF, FFM, MF, MM, 4+ or Other
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Lesbian, Polyamorous
Protagonist 1 Age: Ageless/Immortal
Protagonist 2 Age: Ageless/Immortal
Tropes: Alpha Character, Antihero, Badass Hero, Famous / Royalty in Disguise, Magic Sword, Menage, Rescue, Stolen Heir, Villain to Hero
Word Count: 150,000
Setting: Epic Fantasy
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

Hi everybody,
This is Mark, welcome to my author page. Author page I can barely believe this.When I started this process four months ago. I could have scarcely imagined what an emotional ride this would be.
I was born in 1958 at Malestrom AFB in Great Fall's Mt. So I was raised in a military family. I was keenly aware of what PTSD can do to family and friends. I kept that in mind when writing the book. Gil Swanson is a combination if things, my father, friends and people I served with in my own stint in the military.
Mist and Sif, the co- heroines are based on the classical Valkyries but in the process of writing them. I was inspired by Wonder Woman, the Aes Sedai of Robert Jordan.
I'm still on the journey and I look forward to have you all come with me.

And remember: "Be careful of what you say and do in life, you never know who's watching."


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