Loki: The Saga of Lothor Lonewolf
by Jadin Swift
Frigga recoiled at her son's outburst. "Damn Asgard all you like," snapped the goddess, "but are you so selfish you cannot see how your stubbornness is endangering the woman you claim to love? Isa is fated to kill Baldur, and Freya will do everything she can to protect her son. You will never know a single moment of peace or happiness. The two of you will never be free. Love does not always conquer all, child."
"Perhaps not, Mother," replied Loki, "but so far I've discovered it's the only thing worth fighting for."
Wrongly accused of attempting to murder the AllFather, an angry, teenaged Loki flees the golden halls of Asgard for the treacherous Realm of Midgard. Tried in absentia and condemned to live as a mortal, the former "God of Mischief" must survive by his wits alone. Battling dragons and demons, many of them his own, he falls in love for the first time, only to discover a dark prophecy overshadows his life; a curse that threatens to destroy everything he will ever care about. Can "The Trickster" succeed in forging a new life free of Fate, or, is it written in stone Loki will forever be doomed to play the villain... even in his own story?
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