She Who Brought the Storm by Vaela Denarr and Micah Iannandrea

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She Who Brought the Storm
Cover of She Who Brought the Storm by Vaela Denarr and Micah Iannandrea
Author(s) Vaela Denarr
Micah Iannadrea
Published November 8, 2022 Rerelease: june 1,2024
Publisher Vaela & Micah Books
Genre(s) Fantasy
Age group Adult

She Who Brought the Storm by Vaela Denarr and Micah Iannandrea is an adult fantasy novel, originally published on November 8, 2022. Now Rereleasing on the 1st of June. It is book 0.5 in the Stars, Hearts and Dreams Series

Trigger Warnings

Author Provided Warnings

The following content notes are provided inside the book:

General References to: romantic and sexual entanglements; kidnapping, organ trafficking and grafting;

Mentions of: fantasy violence and fantasy violence perpetrated by animals; fantasy warfare and politics; traumatic and disabling events; self hate and self destructive tendencies; blood and bloodletting; cosmetic scarring; amnesia; undeath, dismemberment of the undead, slight gore; parental abuse; captivity; humans devoured by large animals; familial disputes; patricide, matricide and intention to kill a parent; children in harm’s way*

  • There is no child death, and no children are harmed on-page, as these things are triggering to us, the authors.

On-page depictions of: fantasy violence; death and death of loved ones; trauma; complex and complicated relationships; pushing through disabilities; PTSD; blood; romance, flirting, and innuendo; kissing; sexual entanglements (non-graphic); drug use; smoking; poisoning; anger; death of fantasy animals, hunting, and butchering; manipulation; undeath and survival of deadly wounds; body horror; moral ambiguity; death of a parent; vomiting, emetophobia and regurgitation of harmful objects;

Additional Trigger Warnings

  • Violence (mild)


An asterisk (*) indicates that the author openly identifies with that identity.

Polyamorous, transgender, nonbinary and butch lesbian MCs*

Transgender and Nonbinary MCs in general*

Grey-ace panromantic MC

Trans and Nonbinary supporting characters

Asexual side characters and MC*

Fat side characters

General diversity (bodily, cultural, in terms of disability etc.)

Mental Health issues (grief, anger, conflict, regret, trust issues)



Chronic pain

Pluralism adjacent characters (mental connection of dragons)


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