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Wilde's Army Playlist
Hmm. Well, this one is more difficult than the playlist for Wilde's Fire. Most of the songs, people won't recognize. Movie scores, such as those for Gladiator and Lord of the Rings, are what I listened to daily.
I think the most prominent song is The Gael from the Last of the Mohicans soundtrack, and I wrote this scene with it:
If Arland wasn’t a Leader, if he didn’t need to show his strength or prove his ability to control his emotions, I’m sure he’d run to me right now. He kills every creature standing in his way, crossing the distance between us. Coscarthas fall with quick, effortless stabs of his sword. Daggers of fire shoot from his chest, killing hounds mid-air. He knocks tairbs off their hooves; Cadman follows behind and slits their throats. Shifters receive arrows to their pulsing cores from Arland’s best man.
Arland is terrifying yet magnificent. His muscles tense. Veins bulge with blood, fueled by what can only be adrenaline. Dirt covers his exposed skin. Beads of sweat run down his cheeks. His sword bears proof of his kills, but his face bares his desire to be near me. Not once has he looked away. Not once have his eyes stopped smiling.
Magic aids his march across the forest.
Nerves weaken me.
Lowering his sword, he leaves no space between us, takes my face in his hand, holds me like he shouldn’t while others are around. “You died.”
Does that leave you asking questions? Good! Read the book and find the answer!
After that guest post, who wouldn't have questions? ;)
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*About the Author*
Krystal Wade can be found in the sluglines outside Washington D.C. every morning, Monday through Friday. With coffee in hand, iPod plugged in, and strangers--who sometimes snore, smell, or have incredibly bad gas--sitting next to her, she zones out and thinks of fantastical worlds for you and me to read. How else can she cope with a fifty mile commute?Good thing she has her husband and three kids to go home to. They keep her sane.
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