Far Reach

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The Far Reach is a sequel to Swimming to the Light but is designed to be read independently.

Eric Northman has been named King of Louisiana and Arkansas.  But the new kingdom is in disarray.  Sookie is now free to be by Eric’s side and they have committed to a life together.  But what does that really mean?  The Far Reach explores the geography of the heart and where two people find ‘home.’

Disclaimer: All publicly recognizable characters, settings, etc. are the property of their respective owners. The original characters and plot are the property of the author.  The author is in no way associated with the owners, creators, or producers of any media franchise.  No copyright infringement is intended.

 

Chapter 1 – Riding at Anchor

Chapter 2 – A Time for Refitting

Chapter 3 – A Shore Breeze

Chapter 4 – Rocks and Reefs

Chapter 5 – A Flash of Green

Chapter 6 – Catching the Anchor

Chapter 7 – The Low Swell

Chapter 8 – A Running Sea

Chapter 9 – Massing the Fleet

Chapter 10 – Beating for Home

Chapter 11  – Coasting for the Banks

Chapter 12 – Splicing the Mainstay

Chapter 13 – The Variable Breeze

Chapter 14 – Finding the Air

Chapter 15 – The Wind Shadow

Chapter 16 – The Rip Current

Chapter 17 – The Upwind Mark

Chapter 18 – White Water

Chapter 19 – The Fata Morgana

Chapter 20 – The Chop

Chapter 21 – The Squall

Chapter 22 – The Falling Glass

Chapter 23 – Charging the Mark

Chapter 24 – Dodging Mists

Chapter 25 – The Channel Marker

Chapter 26 – The Fixed Mark

Chapter 27 – The Plotted Pattern

Chapter 28 – Giving Way

Chapter 29 – Running the Gut

Chapter 30 – Passing to Port

Chapter 31 – Keeping Course

Chapter 32 – Cross Currents

Chapter 33 – Rolling Home

Chapter 34 – Dry Dock

Chapter 35 – Flying Free

Epilogue

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8 thoughts on “Far Reach

  1. So happy you have a WP site! No more having to go to FF.net! WOO-HOO! I have to thank Mistress Jessica for recommending you. She was right, your stories are great! 🙂

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  2. Probably. Swimming is darker, certainly at the beginning. But then again the books left the characters in such a ‘terrible’ place. I did not agree with the direction things went. I wanted my happy ending. It’s how i changed their fates. Reach is how they grew up.

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