Ch. 27: The Song of the Fae (2)
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is all I think about as I lie in bed at night, when I’m eating rich food and sleeping in a bed full of soft wool, while they are in an unimaginable hell! Tilly’s mother! Accuse me of childishness all you want, Michael—I fear you are right in that—but never say I’ve forgotten my duties to my people.”

              Between the council, the king, and the griffins, a plan for protecting the captured villagers had at last been agreed upon, but no one was entirely happy with the outcome. Zanthus himself had warned them all that should the plan go awry—which many feared likely—and the lives of those who were not transformed were put into jeopardy, it was to be abandoned, and all vampires and werewolves slaughtered.


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