“So, Alewndra, how exactly did this ‘Lady Anuva’ find me.” She asked, idly tapping her fingers on her knee. She had been surprised to awake in such a luxuriant room instead of the bush she had hidden herself. She had immediately taken to interrogating the person who first entered.
“I do not know how my Lady knows things. She found myself and the other servants a long time, rescuing us from the predicament we had unwittingly become a part of. She seeks to aid people to the best of her ability – we chose to stay and serve her.” Alewndra explained.
That information was almost useless to her. Nothing about the capabilities of ‘Lady Anuva’ except that she had Alewndra’s loyalty. She wasn’t too sure about the other’s claims of ‘Lady Anuva’s intent.
She gave another look to the tray that Alewndra had entered the room carrying. It held many foods she was unfamiliar with, likely the common breakfast foods of the area – an assortment of strange breads and fruits. She had recognised only one thing on it, a fruit with a rich red colour. She hadn’t touched any of it, doubtful of the people in the area.
“Would you like to try any of it? If not, I can always ask the kitchen for any dish you desire.” Alewndra said, trying to be helpful.
“I’m not hungry.” She lied, smiling softly at Alewndra. “Why don’t you take me to ‘Lady Anuva’.”