• Endless Water, Starless Sky by Rosamund Hodge

    5 monthes ago - By Happy Catholic

    Romeo had looked at a Catresou girl and loved her. He had believed that Juliet was more than a weapon, and that it was worthwhile to love her, however little time they might have. He had died believing it.
    Juliet had believed that once too.
    She couldn't free her people. She couldn't free herself. And she couldn't save the city from its doom.
    But she could be like Romeo, and learn to love her enemies. She could protect these people around her for whatever time they had left.
    It wasn't exactly hope, but maybe it could be enough. This is the second half of the tale begun in Bright Smoke, Cold...
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