Blind since birth, Elle Duncan has known only darkness, but her beautiful spirit brims with light. A terrible accident has hindered her father’s ability to provide for his wife and three daughters-in a bleak desperation to restore his livelihood-he’s turned to their most unlikely savior-their brooding and dark lord.

Don Rossetti is bad-tempered with an equally dark countenance to match. Harboring a dark secret, he’s comfortable spending his existence in solitude, but something about the peasant man who has come daringly seeking his aid, peaks his curiosity and suddenly loneliness is no longer of appeal. He grudgingly agrees to assist the poor farmer but for his generous deed a price must be paid-a debt that Elle Duncan must pay.

Cover done by Neeavila.
XxshizzxX XxshizzxX 8 days ago
He cant be that bad, i mean it is a fictional book after all
mirabella mirabella 13 days ago
I like your style of writing so i shall definitely continue reading!
ReallyCutePotatoe ReallyCutePotatoe 16 days ago
Why is it 'milord' and not 'my lord'? I know 'milord' is good grammar or something but idk why not the other one? Do all english people if they say say 'milord'? Weird question haha
Promethium Promethium 18 days ago
He's asking if the Duncan guy is curious to see what the legends spoke of... A horribly deformed face and body, and showing the poor man what he just agreed to give one of his daughters to
22moons 22moons 19 days ago
This feels kinda like beauty and the beast. Anybody like that movie?!
harry3 harry3 24 days ago
Well, the daughter he ends up with is blind anyways... guess it doesn't matter what he looks like ;)