Runners--L'Kai and Zeelah

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Amanda Timmerman

L'Kai is a member of a race of humanoids that bond with great cats (tigers, lions, etc.) at birth, sealing the link later with exchanged pieces of jewelery to be worn at all times.  Mages have the most respect in their tribes, followed by warriors, and lastly by messengers.  Bonded pairs can read each others' thoughts and emotions and cannot live without each other.L'Kai is a runner (messenger).  Though he would never admit it, he actually prefers his  profession to the more glorious position of a warrior.  He is funny and light-hearted, always quick with an encouraging smile or a laugh.  Zeelah (a cheetah) is, on the other hand, more serious, thoughtful, and passionate.  The two share one of the strongest bonds of any of L'Kai's race, though since L'Kai is a male and a runner, he garners little respect.


Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy



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