2 Works by EyshBlue in Motherland: Fort Salem (TV)
England is experiencing one of its worst periods of famine and disease. King Daniel Alder does all he can to improve the situation of his people. But everyone knows, the misfortunes happening in his realm were due to the Camarilla Sorcerer's fault. King Daniel's brother, after a fight with the king where the sorcerer did not accept that the throne would go to Princess Sarah, he was expelled from the kingdom. Not satisfied with his fate, Alban Hearst sought out the greatest sorceress in the High Atlantic, Nicte Batan, traded her soul for some witch powers and then cursed the realm. What he didn't know was that Nicte Batan was not as selfish as he thought, on the same day that Alban cast his Spell, the witch said "In the name of the Mother Goddess I say to you: the earth will bloom again, the sun will rise again the moment the sun and moon fall in love. The moment ice meets fire and melts for your smile. Sun and moon will unite to end the curse. The warrior will have to find her maiden and together with the union of their power, they will destroy the sorcerer." But would Sarah realize in time that her maiden would be inside her own castle?
Tally Craven arrives in Salem City with just one suitcase, academic greed and a desire to live a different life from her mother. Sarah Alder is the owner of one of the largest food companies in the world and feared by all her employees to the point of being called "The General". However, none of these officials have any idea that she is truly to be feared for being the leader of an organization that fights for witch rights and defends the United States within the FBI, "The Daughters of Amiero". Sarah Alder has only one goal: to protect all witches from that backward group that wants to wipe out her sisters, the Camarrilla. Nothing ever got in the way of Sarah Alder's goals, until the arrival of a little witch totally ignorant of her origins and who has the most beautiful dimples Sarah Alder has ever seen. Suddenly, what mattered most was her.
"Only you, my girl."