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I was shivering, but it wasn't cold.
Master gently guided me outside and back to the car. He popped the boot and before retrieving our weapons he pulled out a small wooden box.
"I was going to show you these when I got home, but after getting the call about Ono, I completely forgot, I'm sorry."
He opened the box to show me a small collection of collars. I looked at them eyes glazing over. They looked spectacular, a master craftsman must have worked for many, many hours making each and everyone of them.
Master smiled as I looked at them in the dimming light.
"You get to pick one," he said quietly, then smiled. "Then I can take the box back, I don't own them all."
I did my best not to pout. They were so beautiful, I wanted them all not just one, even though wearing one would mark me as Arti's property, I knew I didn't care, the feelings I had for him made the other concerns seem trivial.
"I don't think I could pick just one," I whispered, making him smile as I looked up at him.
Two's Trial - Chapter 2Two's Trial - Chapter 2 in Short Stories
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It was a long, quiet trip to Zaledrik's house. I didn't really want to talk about anything, my own thoughts starting to wear at my view of reality. Sun occasionally asked a question or two, but stayed to herself as well. Usually, I would be pretty pissed at myself for acting this way, but this was different.
These bastards had Ono.
As I finally pulled up to the side street near his house, we saw another car in the distance. I couldn't tell what it was at first, but my eyes calmed at the sight of a bright ass orange and yellow Jeep, that was no doubt my friend Amara.
We travelled about a half mile more before soon slowing to a stop, parking next to the Jeep. Before I even thought about getting out of the car, I looked out my window, hand ready next to a hidden handgun to use just in case. As I looked up and started lowering my window, I soon saw the dark Jeep windows roll down too, letting out a sigh of relief when I saw the purple and red hawk inside. "Amara, am I glad to see