Dark Brothers of the Light Book III: Blood Dawn by Frank Janrae


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Ari snatched her hand back and looked ready to curl up again. "He won't hurt you either," Gaeatyra's voice turned even dryer. "Emer, fetch the horses. " She opened her pack, pulling out a shirt and tunic, which she handed to Ari. " Ari scrambled into it. Her alacrity pleased Gaeatyra. Maybe there was some backbone to the mon. "I'm going to cut him up. " Ari looked ready to spew. " "If I don't, some sa'necari can raise him and either send him after us or figure out what we are and where we went," Gaeatyra explained.

Dynanna stopped in the middle of summoning and peered at him. " She lowered her mace to waist level, ready to raise and strike if necessary. "I'm sa'necari born," he gritted out. "But I'm pure. I've never committed mortgiefan… Because… I refused to do it… other sa'necari hurt me… the same ones… who hurt you. " Dynanna came around the altar and touched him, Read him. "Shiiittt. " Her face softened with concern and she clipped the mace to her belt. She Read him more deeply and goggled at the magic patterns, seeing their potentials.

Doesn't mean I'll Hear. I get busy and preoccupied sometimes. " "Me," Isranon said. "You are now my liege-god. " Dynanna laughed. Isranon frowned. " "That's what knights and paladins say to kings. " "I guess not. We're from Waejontor. " A chorus of "ayes" sounded behind him. Dynanna laughed again, her voice filling with delight. "I never thought I'd have a collection of vampires and a sa'necari to call my own. It's gonna burn a little. " Anksha helped him get out of his robe. He still dressed like a blood-slave, but the clothing was heavy silk and wool and finer than anything he had ever worn before.

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