And so, the fairy tale comes to an end. Like all fairy tales, there is the promise of happily ever after, but with the hint that the story is not truly over. Of course, for those of us who love the fandom, we know that;s the case. The story of this couple and their unlikely love is one that plays out endlessly. They are confronted with every reason they shouldn’t work; they come from different places, different times. They are different creatures, their families take issue with their being together, and yet, despite everything that says they shouldn’t work, they do. The demands of the heart win and this combination of everything wrong becomes something wonderfully right
I wish you similar happiness in your lives, and I hope you enjoy the next few weeks.
I’ll be on hiatus, working on my next story, Full Circle. I will also be taking my annual trip, this time back to Ireland. I leave on May 15th so training is kicking into high gear. About a hundred miles around the Ring of Kerry, and you better believe I’ll be keeping a close eye on every B&B I pass along the way.
Thank you, Ms Buffy, for all your work on this story. If there’s a happy ending for me, it’s knowing our collaboration will continue into Full Circle.
Thank you, Gyllene/Harlow Layne for your enchanted banner art, and hoping you are another giant step closer to seeing your new pen name in lights.
Happy turning of seasons, my readers. I hope, whether it’s Spring or Fall that’s beckoning, your days are blessed.