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The Kitten and the Wolf
Chapter One-The Wrong Way to Say Hello
Di'kana remembered the day she came to Whiterun as if it were yesterday, though it was indeed many months ago.
It had been gloomy the day she had marched up the road from Riverwood, moving as fast as she could with her bow drawn just in case she ran afoul of wolves or otherwise. She'd survived Helgen, and been asked to tell the Jarl of Whiterun that there was a dragon to worry about... perhaps more than one. It had just began to rain on her as the road pitched downwards along the slope, the falls thundering down next to her and Whiterun appearing in the distance upon it's rocky perch. She was thankful to see it; it was too cold for her Khajiit blood to find any joy in being outside, and her exposed tail was sure to get sodden and freeze in the wind if she stayed out in the rain. With the city in sight as well as guards wearing Whiterun's brand on their shields, she saw fit to put her weapon away and begin a
A Little AssassinReyna shifted closer to her husband. His response was a tighter hold on her, deep even breathing telling her that he was asleep.More Like This
She wasn't though. She was wide awake.
The Listener wasn't really sure why she was so awake. Maybe it was her depression. These past two weeks did not exactly work the way she had originally planned.
It was her biggest chance to encourage Cicero to think about children. The set-up was perfect.
Babette was on contract in Winterhold with the new member to assure he wouldn't screw up. Nazir and his lover had left for Riften nearly two weeks ago to be married. Nazir had performed the contract to kill Yasmin's abusive husband. Since then, the female Redguard became smitten with him, soon becoming an assassin herself. Within three years, they had their now five month old girl, Annika. She was an adorable, slightly chubby bundle of black hair, dark skin and eyes that was such a dark brown, they appeared black. The two had been put off getting married when they found
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He was a high-ranking member of the Companions, a member of the Circle itself. An officer of one of the most revered organizations in all of Skyrim. He didn't have time for romance. And, if he did, it would be with a strong Nord woman well-versed on the fields of battle, someone he could fight back to back with. Not...this. Not her.
But none of these thoughts comforted him when he saw her there. They only resonated and strengthened the one true thought screaming in his mind.
This is wrong. This is all wrong. It wasn't supposed to be this way.
He hadn't even noticed the shop going up, and by all accounts, he should have. It's not every day that a new building is erected in Whiterun. It's not as though they have a lot of space, and what few houses they do have are crammed together like fish in a fisherman's net. Although, he thought, it wasn't exactly like it was out in front near the gates or Jorrvaskr itself, either. Because of the aforem