Never Underestimate the Power of an Assistant.
If there's one thing that Assistant to the High Priestess Leda is not going to talk about, it's the death of her best friend, Camille.
Sure, it's been more than three years since Camille died. Why should that matter? Leda has moved on—she had to—but that doesn't mean she's going to talk about it.
When Bianca returns from Alaysia nearly dead, her careful control of her emotions turns upside down.
Leda's forced to reckon with the ghosts she's been avoiding all these years. Holding other witches at arms length, forgetting to enjoy herself, and refusing to make more friends suddenly doesn't seem like the best path forward.
But how to change?
Help comes from expected places.
The wily Defender seems to know just what to do, and how to help, to dissolve guards that's she's jealously guarded for years.
Can Leda open up to a bright new future by letting go of the old one?
Or does she let herself drown in shadows and fear?
LEDA is the tenth novella in the Network Saga. This tearjerking story will brush out the cobwebs of your heart and bring you back into the sunshine again.
A look through Leda’s eyes as she works as Assistant to The High Priestess. She and Hiddleston work together at Chatham Castle approximately four years after the Battle that bears the same name.
I have been intrigued by Leda since the day I “met” her at Miss Mable’s School for girls and was excited for the chance to get to know her better. The experience was all I was hoping for, and more!