on The Journey of the Princess of Ice the first book in the Elementals series
by LaVerne Thompson.
Now Available at Red Rose Publishing
What happens when fire meets ice?
Ice had traveled the realms for centuries searching for the ice elementals, others of her kind but she was alone always alone. Never staying one place for long because sooner or later her mere presence caused the temperature of the land to drop to a killing freeze. Until she found the one place her powers had no effect. And perhaps the one being who could counter her freeze.
Running from a destiny not of his own choosing, Arch finally found the one person who could make him stop running. But Ice must never learn the truth. A fire demon destroyed her world and he was his father’s son.
Ice slid down the mountainside on the ground she’d frozen beneath her feet and came to a stop at a crossroad. The road to her left led to another town. She could see the spires of buildings not too far ahead and people riding or walking toward them. Or, she turned to face the road in front of her, she could continue on her current course until she came to another town or another crossroad. She’d wandered the world for centuries searching for her people, a race of elementals or a place to settle, only to find sooner or later something forced her to leave, by her own will or that of others.
It had been awhile since she’d been around people for any length of time and would be nice to stop and have a little company, even if only for a day. The temperature of this land seemed moderate, neither too hot nor too cold. If she stayed long enough, that would change. The wind shifted and the salty scent of the sea reached her from the direction of the town. She loved the sea.
Sighing, she adjusted the pack on her back as well as the specially treated fur coat she wore to contain her freeze. As an ice elemental, it literally ran in her blood, freezing anything around her after awhile. She walked in the direction of the new town, not anticipating it to be any different from the many others she’d encountered. Friendly at first, then not so much as the temperature dropped because of her. But she had to try.
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