Seduced by Darkness

Seduced by Darkness

By:  Elle Vintea  Ongoing
Language: English
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In the depths of despair, Cassia's life is a tapestry of pain and torment. Abused and broken, betrayed by her family, she finds herself sold into a world beyond human reckoning. Her buyer, Samael, a merciless demon prince, is as feared as he is captivating. As Cassia enters the darkness of Samael's realm, she discovers a connection that defies the boundaries of good and evil. Bound by a powerful, inexplicable force, they navigate a treacherous path where love, redemption, and danger entwine. In a world where demons rule and secrets shroud reality, Cassia must confront her past and find the strength within her to not only survive but to melt the icy heart of the demon prince who now holds her fate in his hands. This is a tale of forbidden love, dark desires, and the enduring power of the human spirit. But as Cassia and Samael's connection deepens, whispers of ancient prophecies and hidden truths cast doubt upon Cassia's humanity. With each passing day, she begins to question her very essence. Is she truly just a helpless human, or is there something more, something extraordinary lurking within her? In a world where demons and destiny collide, their love becomes a beacon of hope, challenging the boundaries of what it means to be human. Can love truly to conquer all, even when faced with the darkness of demons and the mysteries of destiny?

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8 Chapters
Chapter 1: The Celebration
'Cassia, darling, wake up!' Cassia's mother's voice rang with infectious excitement as she gently shook her daughter awake.'Mom, what is it?' Cassia mumbled, rubbing the sleep from her eyes.'It's the day of the village celebration, sweetheart!' Her mother beamed, her eyes sparkling with joy. 'Your father and brother are already getting ready. We can't be late!'With a burst of enthusiasm, Cassia sprang out of bed, her heart dancing with anticipation. 'I can't believe it's finally here!' she exclaimed, her voice filled with delight. 'I'm so excited!'"'Cassia, my love,' her mother said, her eyes gleaming with pride as she started combing her long blonde hair 'Today is not just any celebration. It's the day of the Selection of Zura.'Small Cassia's curiosity surged. 'Zura? What's that, Mom?''Zura,' her mother explained, 'are the blessed girls, the ones who carry a special mark. They're believed to have a unique connection with the ancient Gods and are chosen by the High Council of Su
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Chapter 2: The High Council Visit
As the sun cast its warm, golden hues over the village celebration, Cassia, accompanied by her family, joined the joyous gathering. The sight of her family was a testament to the diversity of personalities and dynamics that existed within it.James, Cassia's father, was a man of unwavering sternness. His countenance bore the weight of responsibility, etched lines on his face that spoke of a life devoted to tradition and duty. He was a man of few words, his expressions often reserved and measured.He was an unassuming man, an average merchant who played a quiet yet essential role in their village. He was a figure who blended into the fabric of their community, often overlooked in the hustle and bustle of daily life.As a merchant, James engaged in the trade of goods that sustained their village. He was neither affluent nor impoverished, but rather found his place comfortably in the middle. His occupation required him to be pragmatic and level-headed, traits that reflected in his demean
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Chapter 3: No Zura
Under the watchful eyes of the villagers, the elders swiftly arranged the young girls of age ten in a line, aligning them with the utmost care and precision. The anticipation in the air was palpable, and the villagers exchanged hushed murmurs and curious glances as they awaited the High Council's inspection.Elder Marcus, addressing the girls with reassurance,‘Young ones, please stand in a straight line and remain calm. The High Council members will be inspecting you individually.’A High Council member approached the first girl, ‘We thank you for your cooperation, young ones. (Pauses, then carefully examines the girl's neck) Please present your neck for inspection.’Villagers were whispering and speculating among themselves, "Do you see any marks?" "What if they find the lightning bolt?" "The Zura could be among them."The High Council member moved to the next girl, ‘Your cooperation is crucial to our realm's future. (Gently inspects the girl's neck) Please hold steady.’As the High
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Chapter 4: Village Life
The vibrant celebration in the village square drew to a close as dusk descended, and the stars began to twinkle overhead. The lanterns that had illuminated the festivities were now replaced by the soft glow of moonlight, casting an ethereal aura over the village.Cassia's family, along with their fellow villagers, gradually made their way back to their homes, laughter and conversations still filling the air. James, the stern but diligent father, led the way with a sense of purpose, while Isabelle, the gentle and kind-hearted mother, walked beside him. Their children, Cassia and Alex, followed, their steps filled with the contentment of a day well spent.The family home, a cozy cottage nestled on the outskirts of the village, came into view. It had been purchased from another family of merchants who moved to a bigger village.Generations ago, the Fergusons, a family of seasoned merchants, had called Cedarbrook village their home. They had been known for their shrewd business acumen and
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Chapter 5: A Day at the River
As days turned into weeks and weeks into months, life in the village of Cedarbrook continued its unhurried, timeless rhythm. Alex, under the watchful eye and guidance of his father, James, delved deeper into the intricacies of the family trade.With each passing day, his understanding of commerce, negotiation, and the art of barter grew more profound.The marketplace became his second home, where he learned to assess the value of goods, strike deals with fellow merchants, and understand the ebb and flow of supply and demand. His father's teachings were thorough and unwavering, preparing him to carry on the Stone family legacy.As Alex's days grew busier with his responsibilities, he found himself spending less time with Cassia, his beloved younger sister. Their once-playful adventures and laughter-filled afternoons had become infrequent occurrences, and Cassia couldn't help but feel a sense of sadness and longing."I miss the times when Alex and I would explore the woods, go to the ri
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Chapter 6: The Tragedy
The serene afternoon by the river took a terrifying turn when Cassia lost her balance. As she slipped on a hidden, sharp rock beneath the water's surface, her startled cry pierced the tranquility. She tumbled into the river, her arms flailing as she struggled to regain her footing.Alex, panic coursing through his veins, reacted at lightning speed. Without a moment's hesitation, he leaped into the water after his sister, determined to save her from the cold embrace of the river's currents. The shock of the sudden plunge into the water momentarily took his breath away.The fishermen who had been fishing downstream noticed the commotion and heard the frantic shouts. With a sense of urgency, they abandoned their fishing gear and sprinted towards the riverbank, their shouts echoing in the air.A fisherman started shouting, "Over here! Someone's in the water! We need help!"With hearts pounding and adrenaline surging, the fishermen reached the river's edge just in time to see Cassia's body
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Chapter 7: A Heartbreaking Farewell
The news of Alex's tragic passing sent shockwaves through the village of Cedarbrook. The once-bustling riverbank was now a sombre gathering of mournful faces and heavy hearts. As the realization of the young boy's death sank in, the villagers stood in stunned silence, grappling with the profound loss that had befallen their tight-knit community. James, his face etched with the indelible marks of grief, gathered his son's lifeless body into his trembling arms. The weight of Alex's still form was a crushing burden, and James clung to him as if his love alone could bring the boy back. Tears streamed down his face, mixing with the river's waters that had claimed his son's life. With a profound sense of unity born of shared sorrow, the villagers began to form a solemn procession behind James and his son. There were no words to offer solace; there was only the shared understanding of grief. They had lost one of their own, a bright young soul whose laughter had once filled the air. Isabell
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Chapter 8: Shadows in the Home
Days turned into weeks after Alex's untimely death, and the weight of their loss continued to hang heavily over the family's cottage in Cedarbrook. While they had clung to each other for support in the immediate aftermath, the passage of time revealed the toll that grief had taken on their family dynamic.James, who had always been the stern but steady presence in their home, found himself profoundly affected by the loss of his son. The pain of losing his heir, his pride and joy, had left a void in his heart that seemed impossible to fill. To cope with his overwhelming grief, he threw himself into his work as a merchant, often spending long hours away from home.The long hours turned into late nights, and James became increasingly distant from his family. He buried himself in the demands of his trade, as if the endless transactions and negotiations could provide some semblance of solace. But his absence left a noticeable void in the family, and the warmth that had once filled their ho
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