“About After Eternity:
JACK FROST is third in line to his brother’s kingdom, and is tasked with guarding the children of the mortal realm. BRIELLA SNOW is the Snow Queen of the kingdom of Tundra, and rumored to be fond of abducting mortals. When a boy living in the mortal realm goes missing, Jack knows that there could be no other possible culprit.
His suspicions are confirmed when he actually meets Briella. She’s pompous, she’s powerful and she’s an icy cold pain in the neck. Then Jack realizes that her icy facade is just an illusion to keep others from discovering her true motive – securing the safety of the supernatural realm against goblins. The Snow Queen offers Jack a compromise: she will show him where the boy is in exchange for his helping to misdirect the goblins away from her castle.
Faced with no other choice, Jack agrees to her offer. They journey towards the approaching goblin hordes, shattering their perceptions of each other along the way. Briella discovers the reason behind Jack’s desperate attempt to retrieve the boy. And later, after falling irrevocably in love with her, Jack finds out why the Snow Queen has waged a vendetta against the goblins.
Briella’s dangerous campaign finally begins to take its toll on her body. Just when all hope seems lost, just when their realm seems to be at the brink of demise and Briella’s own life is hanging by a thread, a solution presents itself. This solution is not a simple one, and may very well cause Briella’s death. Despite this fact, the two eventually decide that, to save their kingdom and give their love a chance to flourish, they have to face this solution. Together.
Targeted Age Group: ages 15 and up
Written by: Ann Sepino
I wanted to be a doctor, but my parents wanted me to become a writer.
Just kidding! We all know it’s actually the other way around. I’m Ann, and I’m your indie author with a passion for mixing fantasy and romance. I lean towards creating female protagonists with characteristics such as loyalty, longevity and inner strength, much like the sunflower in the logo. When I’m not writing in my notebook or typing on my laptop, I’m probably binging on anime, drawing on my sketch pad or killing it at karaoke.
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