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Sunday Night is Nika's favorite night of the week for it is the day when she and Hannah get together and return to the fictional realm of Midland; a fictional, medieval world which Nika and Hannah created together. With Hannah's bedroom door locked and their secret journal which keeps track of their little universe, Nika and Hannah merge and enter their journal, returning to the world where their actions cannot be judged in any way, joining their souls to become the omnipotent and beautiful blonde known simply as 'Nina'.

Yet when Nina returns to Midland, things are not as she remembered. It seems as though 80 years have passed since last week's visit, and Midland is now free from her influence. Dubbed 'The White Witch' by all the kingdoms, Nina returns to find her treasured tower in shambles, looted by thieves and disgraced by peasants. Longing for answers, Nina will quickly find the grandson of the former king seated on the throne, her former lover long dead and his descendant no longer protecting her sanctuaries and shrines. Realizing she may have to remind the kingdoms of Midland of her power, Nina demands she be reinstated as the king's advisor, a request the new king cannot refuse after this young, beautiful, naked blonde teen of amazing magical power reminds all those in the king's court what she is capable of.

But what does Nina want from this world? Should she continue to take orders from a king who is clearly not as wise nor as powerful as she? What of the king's armies and enemies? What of his new wife? Nina may be growing tired of being a mere advisor to a mortal man, and Midland might be due for some judgment.

Features: Action, Flying, Telekinesis, Lesbian Sex, Group Sex, Gay Sex, Body Morphing, Reality Warping, Cloning
Length: 84,500 Words
All characters depicted in this story who witness or engage in sexual activity are of eighteen years of age or older. While some episodes may contain violence, they are void of any kind of sexual abuse, unwanted sex, or rape. This is a work of pure fiction and not based on any person living or dead.