Every human baby is killed beneath the waves-with one exception. The one hundred thousandth is spared.
Among them, there are those chosen by the moon or sea, an ancient magic sweeping over them. They are called the One-Hundreds. But when one of the gifted rises, the darkness chases after her and hunts her down, loving her for his own selfish desires while another boy who's given up on love is drawn to her.
Unless Cressa-la can bring the darkness to his knees and fight the war raging inside of her, the world is doomed.
One choice could change everything.
Cressa-la went into the water of her own volition to save the dolphin... but what if she stayed ashore? A small change in a series of big events may seem insignificant, but it's the tiny differences that could change the outcome of specific things, such as, say, the end of the world.
Can Cressa-la save it this time, not knowing about what lies beneath the water's surface, not knowing of the evil force on her tail, or will the earth crumble at the hands of darkness, everything saturated in green illumination?
Sometimes the villain of the story isn't really evil - his motives are just wrong.
Damian isn't in the right... state of mind to seek revenge on a certain One with powers stronger than him. But, perhaps, if he had help from, let's say, a certain girlfriend, maybe he could return to his former self.
Or maybe he'll just dig himself a grave.
Dametria and Jackie have wandered off, not sure of what exactly went down between Damian and Cressa-la. And when Damian wordlessly begins to lead them to what he wants, the girls uncover more about themselves than Damian's ever seen. Of course, this doesn't phase who he is and what he wants, but, perhaps... perhaps some day it might.
Or so Dametria hopes.
All Ones are evil.
Cressa-la thought she was an exception, but as a mysterious fog settles onto the island, taking everyone’s powers but hers, she realizes the darkness that hunted her four years ago has rooted itself deep inside her. Until she can learn to control it or get rid of it, she isn’t allowed to set foot back onto the island.
With her body breaking down at a molecular level and a new enemy on the horizon, can she make it back to her island to save it—before she drops dead?
Cressa-la, now separated from her missing body, can feel the darkness penetrating deeper into her subconscious as exhaustion weights her down. If she falls asleep, she'll succumb to death, but if she continues to fight against evil, fatigue will crush her into powder.
Just like the moon, Cressa-la has a dark side too--a side she's going to have to face if she wants to protect everyone she loves. Is she strong enough to take on the fight behind the veil with her own two hands, or will her light forever disappear from the face of the earth
Everyone keeps saying
he deserves a second chance.
Little do they know,
the darkness still has ahold of him.
Maybe Cressa-la has forgiven him for what he's done. Maybe Dametria even did before she saved him. But Damian... Damian can't forgive himself.
The woman he loves is pregnant with his best friend's child. There's no way he's ever want to get between them again, to betray their trust. But there isn't a soul in this world Damian wants or connects with. He was supposed to be with her. After all... they match.
She just doesn't know it.
The eclipse brought them closest to one another when they couldn't have been further apart. But now that he has a second chance, sprung back to a time right before he fell so far he couldn't see the light...
Can he truly change for the better?