Lunar Tides and Silver Linings
Previously, Lanara Banks sailed her way back to Lithrydel from Kelvar. The Kelvarian elf was holding a heavy curse on her shoulders... death and trauma. During her last three months, she spent her days trying to leave the people she loved in Lithrydel with something to hold onto after she died. The selfless woman wanted to give as her last dying wish: time with her dearest sister, Talyara, and her dearest best friends Meri and Penelope. The last person she wanted to give to would be her oblivious twin flame, Tiberius. She wanted to give him peace of mind--family. Her plan backfired after the destruction of Alastor Ambers and freeing the victims of The Basement. Tiberius did not want what Lanara was trying to give to him, for that would not fill the gap of her death sentence. With their time together, Tiber taught the woman to live while Lanara taught the man to love. The man fell in love with the woman who always seemed to get away. Tiberius was adamant on keeping Lanara alive for reasons Tiberius never expressed. He was adamant on teaching the woman to live and fight. In the final days of Lanara’s life, Tiberius Lowell and Lanara Banks took the biggest risk to help her keep that fight and life. That love. That flame. Lanara Banks transformed into a lycan from the mark of Tiberius, and from the mark came an imprint.
New Moon, New Motion
The two lovers now have upkeep, for there are others to look out for. The members of The Amber Lunation. As the Alpha and Luna form a new pack, Tiberius and Lanara must keep the pack tight-knit, but Lanara also has a lot to learn being a new lycan herself. Will the pack remain loyal? Will the members be able to transition into society? Will Lanara adjust to the new ways of becoming a lycan, or will she despise her love for what he has done to her? Not to mention there is now a wedding to plan with the newly engaged couple! Will the wedding be successful? Stay tuned, for with the New Moon always comes New Motion.
“For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf,
And the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.” - Rudyard Kipling
"Come together is a beginning,
Keeping together is progress,
Working together is success.” - Edward Everett Hale
“Be strong enough to stand alone,
Be yourself enough to stand apart,
But be wise enough to stand together when the time comes.” - Mark Amend
“If they stand behind you, protect them.
If they stand beside you, respect them.
If they stand against you, defeat them.” - Harshita Singh