armband I wear that helps control my powers that I can never take off.
“You don’t know me, dog, but keep up with what you are doing and I will make you hurt.”
Well, it’s a story about me finding the truth about my past and my destiny, which includes Charles. My father was a human and my mother a god so I was granted with the gift of foresight. But to achieve that gift, I had to meet Charles to unlock my powers. However, to unlock my powers meant putting my life in grave danger.
What did you do before the story begun?
I was a real estate agent by day and by night I searched the globe for an artifact that was destined to save my life.
What is your favorite part/memory?
Seeing Charles again after believing he was dead.
If you and your fated one would go on a date, where would it be and why?
That’s a funny question but I guess I could say horseback riding, we do that a lot now and Charles loves accompanying me.
What are your favorite weapons?
My Desert Eagle pistol. It’s got power and a weight that feels so right in my hands. Like an extension of my arm, I can defeat my enemies from a distance, especially if my enemy is throwing fireballs or something along those lines.
What/who would you never want to come across again?
That list is long, but if I had to choose one, it would be Narelle. Thought I was going to say Vojnich, but Narelle really got under my skin – the taunting and the fact that she and Charles was once an item – let’s just say I’m glad she’s gone.
If you could have a re-match. With who would that be?
Not so much a re-match but a one-on-one with Callista is on top of my list. Another soothsayer like myself, she’s playing both sides of the game for her own agenda.
How do you see your future?
Ha! Is this a trick question? I can see the future and it’s a dark one for us all.
Do you have to tell anything else noteworthy?
I guess that would be a lessons-learned sort of thing. My visions come and go when I am most relaxed, away from distractions, in a moment of pure calmness. Before my eyes, the landscape changes, the sounds morph into the sounds of a new place and time. At that moment I am no longer bound to this world but free exploring the realms of this universe, peering into the lives of others on the cusp of disaster. It is a curse sometimes but I carry this power on my shoulders with gratitude and comfort knowing that I can change the outcome of many things to pass – or set the ball rolling for others.