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A Day at the Prince's ZooAladdin: Genie X OC (See Author's Disclaimer below for more info)A Day at the Prince's Zoo5 hours ago in Romance
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Lila Swan enjoyed watching parades, almost as much as she loved animals.
Growing up, Lila had loved to explore the world around her. In her adventures, she discovered different kinds of people, and she enjoyed meeting them. But, what she loved even more was to watch people when they were in large groups together, such as at a party. When her city would have parades, she would stand on her steps on her tiptoes, looking at all of the people as they interacted with one another.
Then, one day, as she watched a parade, she saw an animal other than a horse. She liked animals, but she had really only seen horses and birds outside, so she had no basis for comparison. Then, she saw the circus’s parade. Tall birds with many feathers strutted along, and just behind them, gigantic gray animals with long trunks made noises unlike anything she had ever heard before. She
Childe of PassionChapter 20: Bound (small, small snippet)Childe of Passion8 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters
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Power is everything to Kindred who have earned the right to wield it. Power comes by many roads: wealth, age, ability, generation and charisma. It is easy to gain power when you can make people fall in love with you on the honeysuckle promises dripping off your tongue. It is not, however, easy to maintain power when the foundation of your throne is the good opinions of a race constituting self-servants, degenerates, sycophants. Moths looking for the brightest flame. Devereux used to be that flame. His strut, with confidence in spades, captured the attention of many while his wealth and pomp held their spheres of praise in perfect orbit around himself. What he rarely relied on using with the populace, not including his protégés, was fear. What Louisé had always suspected as a weakness of his was confirmed: Devereux believed himself powerful enough to maintain the favor of Dijon through charm alone. Now that