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Beautiful Deceiver Chapter 2The only problem with being invisible was the inconvenience of not knowing exactly where your partner is. Anaya swore under her breath as she smacked into Farion for a third time that morning. The sun had just peeked over the winter horizon of dead looking trees and grey landscapes when they left, but now it was in her eyes and she didn’t know where she was stepping.
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Loathing the upcoming task of fetching her sister for the fifth time that year from imprisonment or worse, Anaya unsheathed her sleep sword and jabbed at a single guard. He promptly collapsed, but the sword had left no wound, and he slept soundly. He would wake twenty minutes later with a powerful headache, but nothing more, and Anaya decided it was now safe for Farion to lock-picked the door.
Once inside, they raced along the empty passage way with inhuman speed, Anaya only slightly faster than her brother. If she took off her soft leather boots, she would outrun him by a long shot, but she dared not to because of t