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Tilula

by Ann Sepino  PH Philippines

March 27, 2019   |    450 reads    |   0 comments

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Tilula - Book coverOnce upon a time, there was a man called INDRI. He was the son of the frog king, and had the features to prove it. Because he was feared for his appearance, his unloved heart hardened and turned black as a frog's.

Once upon a time, there was a lady called TILULA. She was the daughter of a merchant and older sister to his favorite son. She was rarely ever appreciated due to being a woman, but this never stopped her from loving those who needed to be loved.

Through fate and by the merchant's own doing, Indri and Tilula are thrown together. It is in the forest that he first sets eyes on her beauty. It is in his villa that she first glimpses his wounded soul.

Can a heart of gold heal one that's tainted black?

Author's Note: 

This book was derived from "The Black Heart of Indri," which I read when I was a child. Ever since reading it, I wanted to put my own twist to the story, and of course add a bit more romance. Thus, "Tilula" was born.

About The Author

"Fairy-tale fantasies for the heart."

Ann Sepino is an independent Filipino author who loves all things fantasy romance. She enjoys creating the perfect happily ever after for her knights-in-distress and damsels-in-shining-armor. Her inspiration comes from the fairy tales and folklore of her childhood, as well as her interest and experience with local culture. One of her best titles, 'Tribeless,' was influenced by these very elements.

Other books by Ann Sepino

Current Affair - Book cover
Florette - Book cover
Sans War - Book cover
Tribeless - Book cover

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