Finding the afterlife not to her liking, Innocence Cooper's archenemy, Kim, uses her connections to get her hands on a possession spell. Kim plans to use it on Innocence – to slot into her life and fool everyone. But Kim didn't count on Innocence having a powerful, recently deceased ally, and the process might not be as seamless as she hoped.
Born a spellwrite and with the rare ability to use more than one active power, Kimaya was hailed a queen by the witching world, her power envied and revered. But she wanted to throw it all away for the ungifted boy who stole her heart. The decision to sacrifice her position for love will cost her more than she could possibly imagine.
When I started writing about Innocence, I was originally going for the whole villain protagonist thing - where the villain is the main character. But the world I threw Innocence in made things a little more complicated - good and evil weren't so easy to pin down. So I Am Not Innocence is another take on the villain protagonist idea, with someone a little more solidly in the villain camp.
The title is a play on 'I am not innocent,' because Kim would be the first to admit she's not, and, of course, with the possession spell there's the idea of her literally not being Innocence. Because what's the point of a title with only one meaning?
This one was a lot of fun. I think it's the best one yet. I hope you enjoy it :)