Can you solve the mystery of the mirrors?
The D&D Series is one of my favorite series, and I’m really excited to have finished another story that will continue the series. Unlike the previous two stories in the series, “D&D AND THE WHIP” and “D&D AND THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN” that are independent stories and, basically, introduce Delia and Delilah, also known as D&D, THE MYSTERY OF THE MIRRORS is supposed to allude to a greater plot–because there is a greater plot.
This story could have easily been novel-length, but since I could only work on it for two weeks or so, it’s more of a novella. At some point, if the series is popular, I might revisit the story and develop the parts that, on account of time constraints, I’ve left in the dark.
This story is also a cross-genre story. It goes from the land of erotica into the land of urban fantasy.
Here’s the blurb:
Asphodel is a school for witches, and when the school is cursed, Gertrude, the headmistress, turns to Delia, her old friend and classmate, to solve the problem.
But the danger is greater than they could have ever imagined. Delia and Delilah have faced ghosts, monsters, and everything else that goes bump in the night, but they’ve never faced a witch stronger than them. Until now!
WARNING: ‘D&D and the Mystery of the Mirrors’ contains explicit material and is not intended for minors.