Black Waltz

Black Waltz
by Yoshiyuki Ly
Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Romance
As a Black Waltz—a magical ballet dancer—Stella Azrith appears to

all as a composed, no-nonsense sorceress of notable talent. Yet she

is deeply dependent on her muse for far more than most artists,

complicating her relationships. Nyte Lysander is a suave, emotional

cellist who once struggled in her obsession to stay in Stella’s

world. She and Stella find one another again after a tumultuous

breakup, needing the other for reasons warped beyond the norm. Black

Waltz is a sprawling urban fantasy romance set 350 years after The

Scorpion’s Empress and 100 years after Venus and Lysander,

concluding the trilogy. Can be read as a standalone.

Searching for acceptance, Stella and Nyte learn to understand each other anew,

strained only by disagreements past and unspoken. Nyte’s living

situation in the crime-ridden district of Maleficus in the city of

Eden pushes her and Stella to pursue better artistic opportunities

elsewhere. As they toy with the idea of exploring a power play

relationship, they learn about a greater evil that threatens the

Azrith and Lysander families. The true enemy twists on its head

through whirling rainstorms, driving Stella and Nyte to prove who and

what they stand for.

There can be no waltz for three.
Yoshiyuki Ly was born in San Diego, CA. Her pen name represents her multiracial

heritage and a unique, diverse outlook that reflects in her work. She

is a writer and a gamer, primarily inspired by thought-provoking,

well-written video games such as the Shin Megami Tensei, NieR, and

Drakengard franchises.

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