'She perched in the tree, watching the dwarf camp. Her eyes adjusted to the night and her wings were folded against her. The dwarves hadn't noticed her presence even though she'd followed them since they had left Bree'
Larka of Greenwood is a shape-shifter. She may not be the only one of her kind, but there is no other like her. She is unique and alone. With only a few close friends, and many acquaintances, she rarely seeks out the company of others. That is, until she discovers the Company of Thorin Oakenshield. Intrigued by the dwarven group, she follows them silent and observant. One of the dwarves stir feelings within her that she has never known...but when she reveals herself, is there any way that this dark-haired archer could feel the same?
Her past is moggy and unknown, but can Kili come to love her? And can Lark aid these dwarves who have touched her heart, defeat one of the greatest evils known?? Smaug; chiefest and greatest of calamities....the thief of Erebor.
(Written before the DoS and the BoFA so I do apologise for the movie inaccuracy, but I have styled the plot more to the book than the films) (First published 05/13)