Red Moonglow On Snow
Disoriented and alone, Lira's dream of returning to her exiled mother's and murdered father's place of birth has turned into a nightmare. Today is her missing daughter's second birthday, and now all hope of finding her is gone. Her daughter's father brought her here, to Home, and He intentionally set her on the wrong side of the country. As punishment, as retaliation, as a second abandonment.
This region of grass and hills still screams from the gender-driven civil war that ravaged it two generations ago, and Lira barely opens her eyes before becoming as hunted as her mother once was. Taken hostage by a unicorn and close to death, she narrowly escapes to The Trees, the place her parents had lived, and fought, and loved in.
Only there's no such place as safe. She's haunted by her past as she explores her mother's, and no matter which way she goes, she's fully aware that she's wandering a hallway of trees that can only lead her right back to Him.
Where to buy:
Fight. Fight. Always fight. Because of men like these, that’s all my parents had known. Simply because my mother was born, and her mother felt that her birth was punishable by death.
We kept our doors locked and our windows had
glass. We kept our shades drawn and tried to keep that world out, but it broke in anyway.
Once I was sure of everything. Now I'm sure of nothing.
With my hand on His heart, I believed him. I believed Him.
"Child of My Soul, this world has good it owes you."
"They are owed for what they've done."
[Everything matters,] the demon whispers.
The red moon is a good thing. Reach out to it.