Tag: supernatural fiction

Who’s Who: Angel of the Wang Herd

They’re the only one who can make fun of their last name. THE ONLY ONE.

Who’s Who: Fiona of the St. Lawrence Frolick

2. Fiona and Mortimer are old friends; the frolicks of southeastern Canada and northeastern United States are known for gathering regularly. This makes Melusine jealous, but she hasn’t told Fiona about her feelings yet.

Reflections, part 2

“What’s the matter?” asked Mercedes, Rocío’s mom. Her hair was dyed black, but her roots were flaxen blonde. She was already seated at the kitchen table by the time I trudged out of the bedroom. “You look tired. Didn’t you get any sleep?”

I shrugged as I entered the kitchen. “I’ve just been having weird dreams.”

“She tosses and turns and mumbles in her sleep every night, Ma,” Rocío revealed, throwing me under the bus. I threw her a scowl, which she ignored.

Who’s Who: Aspen of the St. Lawrence Frolick

He works part-time as a barista, and he’s become very popular on mortal social media for his handsome hipster looks. The Thanks A Latte Café, where he works, is a hangout chain for non-humans in the mortal realm, but humans do tend to wander in so glamours are required.

Who’s Who: Jude of the Bruton Coven

Jude was attacked by a wolf once when he was very young, and developed a fear of most animals shortly after. He thinks there is some truth to the Babylonian belief that cats escort the dead to the underworld, while there has been no evidence to support this.

Who’s Who: Ritchie the Ghost

He changes his appearance fairly often, though not enough to completely alter his appearance. He mainly changes his hair color and adds tattoos to his body, while only occasionally changing his eye color.