Also by this author: Neon White, Neon White E2, Neon White Ep 3
“To gain something substantial, you need to sacrifice something of equal worth.”
As Bla’Gar rushes to save his beloved pet, the possibility of a grim future might be waiting for him. Will he be forced to repeat the mistakes of the past...again, or will he be allowed to make another choice… Exchange one eternity for another Hell?
Jessy can’t foresee a world without Raven. In a time when enforcers like him are the very fibers that hold together the future of this new world, she will do everything in her power to help save him. But there will be a cost… There is always a cost.
As Seth struggles within his own personal Hades, the mate he always wanted, but felt he never truly deserves, comes to save him. But the darkness is vacuous and beautiful at the same time, and it might just be the end of all of them… If the Beast doesn't get what he came for.
Raven is lost to all now, fading out of existence, yet Death may be his only salvation.
Some actions speak louder than words, and some will be immortalized forever. Some wars are never won, they are simply...forgotten.
What if you had one chance? One opportunity to change the past? What would you be willing to sacrifice for it?
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Neon White E5 starts where E4 left off with Raven having been taken prisoner. Bla’Gar is searching desperately for him, while Jessy can’t imagine him not being there. For Raven however, his life is literally a freak show, having been taken over both physically by his captor and mentally by a demon. Seriously, Raven can not catch a break. Adding in Seth having his own personal issues and you have a short story that is heart wrenching. When it is discovered that the only way for Raven to not be lost to all, will it be enough? and what is the cost to bring him back?
I have been following Bla’Gar and Raven since way back when Wulfy emailed us to see if we could read the first episode. Wulf has taken my heart and jumped on it, cut it up, and then put it back in my chest before doing the exact same thing in the next episode. After finishing this one I looked at my husband and told him “I can’t even”. This is one of those series, and even though all of the stories are relatively short, they pack such a punch both in contact and emotion, it is hard to go on to a new book after finishing one of his.
I don’t know if this is the end for Raven and Bla’Gar, or if this is just a new beginning, but I can honestly say that without a doubt I am looking forward to seeing what Wulf is going to do with this world that I have grown fond of. Even if it tears out my heart, I can’t turn away. I would say it is like a train wreck, but at the end there aren’t mangled train cars, there are only mangled emotions.