Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Still Broken

Sunset. Ursula froze where she stood, the sight through the window enough to take the young queen’s breath away, even as its beauty went unnoticed.
Statue-stillness turned to trembling, limbs tingling in anticipation of the old curse’s pain.
Pain that did not come.
“Sula.”
She turned, and there he was – the doctor come to heal her magic-scarred spirit; the king come to help her rule over her fear; the heart-mate come to re-break the sunset’s spell with love.
He placed himself between her and the window, and held her, erasing sunset. And Ursula knew again that she was saved.

A bit about the author:

Danielle E. Shipley: Chicagoland author of speculative fiction. Comfortably character-possessed. Clearly fond of alliteration and lists of three. Visit author page