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VBT & #Giveaway: The Silvery Path (The Underworlds #4) by Dennis Scheel




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Will it end in peace or a silvery dose of fate?

 

Henna’s manipulation knows no bounds, Denida is still the object of her prophecy, while Lucifer, God, and Gabriel remain in her sights.

 

Having seen her son, Nina is more determined than ever to bring him back from Henna’s world of dead souls. Meanwhile, the Darkness runs rampant across the Underworlds and on Earth as Lucifer’s grief over Heavani’s death overwhelms him.

 

Everyone has their own goals and ends, but one thing is inescapable: the bright silvery path that Henna willed.

 

Can these characters escape destiny’s hold on them, or will they become pawns in Henna’s quest for revenge?



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Denida knelt behind Nina and rubbed her shoulders.

 

Nina sipped a drink, while watching her horse, Angel, grazing next to them on the outskirts of the forest near Dynasty. She squinted with a tranquil smile. “More to the left.” She rested the glass on her lap and hunched forward.

 

Denida focused on her other side.

 

“Ouch,” she hissed. “Not so hard.”

 

Crap, she’s not enjoying this. I shouldn’t have tried… Denida retracted his hands. “Sorry.”

 

Nina glared at him, put the glass on the ground, and rested on her stomach. “Maybe you can try now, unless you’re deliberately trying to disappoint me?”

 

“Of course not,” Denida insisted.

 

Nina smiled. “Good.”

 

Denida resumed rubbing Nina’s back until she turned over, took Denida’s hand, and stroked it. “This is nice.”

 

Denida leaned in close and kissed her. She folded her arms around him and pulled him close.

 

Angel moseyed farther away. He grazed until dusk, when Nina whistled for him, and he returned to them.

 

With Angel close again, Nina rested her head on Denida’s chest, stroking his hair. “We should spend more time together, like this, just us.”

 

“I always want to. Work has just been extremely busy, lately.”

 

“Maybe…” Nina’s fingers trailed down Denida’s chest, next to her head, and she fell into a slumber under the sunset’s orange glow.

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A Character For Each Season


Henna is winter. Like the falling snow, she is beautiful, but as that snow stays around too long, it becomes grey and murky, losing some of its sheen. In the same way, Henna’s unique rainbow eyes, queenly disposition, and grace are beautiful, but underneath it all, once you get to know her, you will see the intense coldness inside of her. She is often associated with death, owning an isolated, abandoned planet, forgotten alone, as all its residents have been moved to a world of dead souls that she owns and has exclusive to visit at will. She has no qualms with being too frigid, so long as she can get her way, which often deals in bitter extremes. The people she empowers are handpicked to be manipulated and forced to endure her cunningness, much in the same way that people have resources to endure the winter, but it can still be unforgiving, often seeming endless.


Gabriel is spring. He’s an optimist at heart, truly believing in resolution and brighter, happier days. Just as the spring promises resolutions, change, and rebirth, Gabirel works tirelessly as a go-between between Azal and Shaddai to try to bring them back together, willing nothing more than to rekindle the perfection that they once had. And still, it seems like fate has a different goal in mind, as he’s always falling just short of that perfection he wishes for.


Azal (Lucifer) is the summer. He’s intensely righteous, acting on behalf of morals, like a beacon of light. But like stifling heat, when he gets hooked on something, he’s scathing and unforgiving, offering no reprieve. Still, his actions are based in warmth and trying to fix wrongdoings. Like a milder summer day, he offers the ability to learn, grow, and develop, taking on a mentorship position to those he cares about, protecting them with loyalty and compassion, but also with the ability to then blaze too hot, forcing them to seek reprieve from, or combat, his intensity.


Shaddai (God) is the fall. Due to factors both in and out of his control, he is an arbiter of destruction, seething a crippling Darkness which brings about chaos and death. He tries not to be intense, but often goes too far, becoming cold and crisp until he manages to rein himself in and keep up the façade of beauty. Like the changing leaves, his moods and attitudes change. He exudes grace, love, and compassion, but once you look closer, those bright colors are a mask over his jealousy, anger, and arrogance, wishing to be an intense force, pushing for change, but then finding that the end results, the winter that follows, has gotten so out of control that it is out of his hands.  

Writing about myself… oh, the horror!

 

As a Christmas Child, I believe magic is everywhere, especially during the winter, and I try to weave that magic into my stories. After all, my firm belief in karma and destiny has shaped who I am, so it should guide my stories, as well.

 

I was born and raised in Denmark, but faced many challenges during my life, one of which was my inability to write my stories in Danish! I’ve had my stories brewing in my head since I was a child and struggled for years to express them properly. After recovering from a diabetic attack that left me hospitalized, I managed to find my writer’s voice in English, and am thrilled to now have the ability to share my tales with you.

 

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

This looks like a book I will thoroughly enjoy. Thanks for your review.

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