“That is wise.” Maedra nodded, noting the
sulking look on her younger sister’s face.
Yuma was almost always stubborn beyond reason, yet at times her sister’s pig-headedness made the difference, she had to admit.
Like the time when Yuma had run off to lead the Laichanan away from her and the children, two nights gone.
“Look, there ahead.” Dainzel pointed. “Is that the Inn?”
“Looks like it used to be.” Yuma grunted without looking at the Alvaine, much to Maedra’s disappointment.
“And there are others there.” The Alvaine stated as she peered ahead. “Another Humaine boy and a girl... and a few even younger ones.”
“Yes, six younglings, not yet ten years... Yuma and I kept them hidden with us in the Dark Forest.”
“She knows that...” Yuma snapped brusquely. “If she really was the one who killed those half-beasts about to eat us.”
looked up at Dainzel in embarrassment, but the beautiful Alvaine just smiled at
She felt lost for a moment, drinking into the beauty of that smile which promised rainbows and sunshine after a storm.
Up ahead, Arden and Kadrek, carrying Sora in his arms, broke into a run toward Hari and Rubia, who were in turn running toward them.
STORM SOWN Book One of The 'Seven of Legend' Saga
Copyright © 2017 Carlton Isaac D’Rozario
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Publication Date: August 2, 2017
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