Torn between a vampire and his pack, Leo seems to have wrestled himself a cosy little den
Sage & Leo's story started with Recompense, you can find the full collection here and, while they're best enjoyed in order, you absolutely can just enjoy this singular piece of the bigger picture. Think of it like enjoying a cake at an afternoon tea. *Signs of being Lovelorn in a werewolf should never be ignored, … Continue reading Lovelorn – Flash Fiction – Sage & Leo: Recompense 9
Leo has returned to his pack, his year of recompense completed. It isn't quite everything he remembers. Or maybe it's not the pack that's changed, but Leo
Epistolatory stories can be a lot of fun to write but they're definitely also a challenge. On the other hand, using a letter as a plot device, even one you don't necessarily get to read can be a lot of fun in its own right too.
Holding a grudge just results in you being alone, at least that's Sage's philosophy, especially with a vampiric lifespan.
Another full moon and the irritation that comes with it. Leo is getting snappy, and his time with Sage is coming to an end.
Leo had never thought about how a modern vampire might source their food, until it become relevant.
Full moons are hard, full moons without a pack are harder. But somehow Leo isn't feeling too rotten after his first packless one
Working for a vampire for a year as recompense isn't going how Leo expected it to
Most wereolf packs have done away with the truly ancient laws, but Leo's seems to have a different plan.