Death and the Lion: Table of Contents

By Amanda Pizzolatto

Word Count: 31845

Rating: PG (For scary situations)

Summary: Nico Di Angelo, son of Hades, is used to being alone, until one day a girl with auburn hair waltzes into his life…

Death & the Lion
Image Credits: the BBC, Disney/Walden Media, and Viria

 

Chapter 1

““I don’t think there’ll be much dancing, and I could show you a few simple steps, if you’d like,” she offered.
“Uh, well, uh, I don’t know,” he stammered.
“Oh come on, you should have some fun. It will be easy, and quick, I promise. Could you put that song on repeat, please?””

Chapter 2

““Is there someone you know buried here?” Lucy asked, the question not really helping the awkward silence.
“Uh, well, no not really,” muttered Nico.
“Oh, is this just a quiet spot for you then?” she continued.
“Uh, yeah, something like that,” Nico replied, shifting his weight on his feet.”

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