Caleb’s homecoming stirs up some things, and Lisette has a cryptic vision.
Supper was one of the better ones we’ve had in a while, William even came, as Caleb had stopped by the inn to invite him.
I hadn’t seen him since that very odd market day, and I wondered now, knowing how he felt about me, if it would change anything between us. I found myself less talkative than usual but William was still himself.
“All things considered how do you find Lord Brayton these days?” William asked curiously. Athena took a long sip of wine.
“He’s changed very little,” Caleb said, “though he talks of marrying soon.” I exhaled, and thought of my dream. Tristan looked curiously at me.
“An honor for any woman, I’m sure,” Olivia grinned wryly. Aaron coughed on the water he was drinking trying not to laugh. “You must have more news than we do William! After all the Dumanis camp only just moved on. It…
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