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Aimee King By AimeeSophie94 Completed

Leora has only ever been two things: an orphan, and a thief. 

The castle dungeons have become a second home to her. A far better home than her current one: the streets. However, every time she is thrown into the dungeons she is freed by the King himself. She doesn't know why, but she finds it is best not to ask questions when things are going your way as that's a sure-fire way to turn the tide against you.

One day the King summons her to the castle and calls upon her to undertake a dangerous mission which will require her specific skill set: thievery. With a reward of fortunes beyond anything she has ever known, the choice should not be too hard. But when it comes at the cost of leaving behind everyone she has ever known, including her best friend Olivar and her fellow orphans, not to mention she will be accompanied by the Captain of the Guard who is not too fond of her - to put it mildly - then perhaps this mission will not be as easy as she thinks.

This story will be updated daily.

Highest rank: #3 in fantasy.

Cover made by @yenneferslut

Nadine149 Nadine149 7 days ago
I love you map, glossary and just the general way you're presenting yourself. I love your work already and I've not even read your story yet.
annekadevon annekadevon 7 days ago
What's the website you used to make this map??? Its really good!
AmarisNightshade AmarisNightshade 4 days ago
Thank you thank you! I'm really bad with pronouncing names sometimes and i love that you included this! Im really excited to read your story!
Nicely done map! You thought ahead. 😉 I see all that water and think about Flood Insurance!
Thank you!! I always want to write something when there is a grammar mistake or something in someone's work but then I don't because I don't want to offend.
i cringed here. i'm sorry it's just that's my brothers name, starting with an A and he's asked so often how it's spelled and it's really strange to see it spelled eaden instead of aiden