Bodelia’s Anguish – Available Now.

☆‿➹⁀☆☆‿➹⁀☆ Bodelia’s Anguish is SD Stevens debut book.☆‿➹⁀☆☆‿➹⁀☆
A short FREE fantasy story that introduces
☆‿➹⁀☆☆‿➹⁀☆The Tales of Alhanassa.☆‿➹⁀☆☆‿➹⁀☆
The fury of a goddess betrayed is about to be unleashed on those she once loved. Will Alhanassa, the world she created, survive? Will the Immortal Council be able to sway her desire for revenge? The exciting prologue to a gripping new series.
Alhannasa, a land of beauty and diversity, created by the Most High Goddess, Bodelia. She planned that her ‘children’, those which will inhabit the world she’d made, would rule the land now the time had come for her to leave. The Immortal Council grew restless with her long absence, she knew her duty could be delayed no longer. Yet she wouldn’t completely abandon that which she had made. She would leave the Lesser Goddesses, her sisters, to watch over Alhanassa. With the aid of their magic, the mortals would surely flourish.
But even the plans of a Goddess are not immune from evil. When an act of betrayal shatters Bodelia’s heart, will she be able to control the need for revenge? Or will the inhabitants of Alhanassa suffer the dire consequences of her wrath. An enthralling new series filled with action, magic, lust and love!
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Please note that this book is a short story containing a little over 4,000 words. It also contains a teaser to the first book in The Sisterhood Trilogy.
The orb once again faded and changed. Filling with smoke and ash before clearing and leaving an image of a small island that looked like a crescent moon. The live volcano at the centre of the black rock spewed molten lava into the sea. It did indeed look like blood oozed from the island. A swirl of smoke took their viewpoint to a small stream, the hot water bubbled as it made its way towards the black, sandy beach. There, on the bank, his hands balled into tight fists, his face red with anger, Bren’has paced. He lifted his hand as if to use magic but nothing happened. He tried again and again to no avail, each failed attempt adding to his rage. Falling to his knees he lifted his head towards the heavens and let out an ungodly roar. A cry of despair from Imbhane filled Bodelia’s ears. There was no reason to prolong the anguish this was causing and with another wave of her hand the orb vanished. Imbhane’s trembling form bowed before her and Bodelia’s heart softened. “How could you Imbhane? I loved him. You could have had any god you wanted, why mine?” Pulling herself together she stepped forward until she could touch her sister. “Rise Goddess Imbhane and take your punishment for your infidelity.”