I LOVE DESTINY SO MUCHIf anyone just wasn't excited enough to get it, then watch this and get ready to have those worries washed away.More Like This
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And This Is My Two CentsAs many of you guys may have already seen, my friends are of the agreement that any hating on of any of our friends will not be tolerated. And as you can imagine, I am of the same mind.More Like This
It is my understanding that some of you have had problems with my good friend :iconbenplus: and still have a bitter attitude towards him. And if that is so, I am gonna have to ask you to leave.
You see you guys, he is our our friend. I will stick up for him just as the rest of the PSG will. You already know their position on the matter, so here is mine. I do not just want any watchers, I want the right watchers. And if there are any of you who do watch me who do have a kind of "vendetta" against Ben, you might as well un-watch me.
For those of you to whom this does not apply, I am happy to have you. Do me a big favor and give :iconbenplus: some love for me.
The PSG is a team. You mess with one of us, you mess with all of us.
Unwary Traveller - Chapter SevenThe surgery was the last place she’d expected to find Alan upon returning to the castle before the meal began. He was seated on the scrubbed wooden table, one ankle resting on the opposite knee and wincing as Kenneth wrapped a length of cloth around the joint.More Like This
Elizabeth raised one eyebrow, taking in the scene. “What happened to you?”
He grimaced, making an aborted motion to get off the table. “Stepped in a rabbit hole and twisted my ankle.”
“You’re good now, Alan.” Kenneth nodded, looking satisfied. “Just mind to stay off the foot for a day or two.”
Alan sighed. “Do you really expect that of me?”
Kenneth laughed, clapping him on the shoulder. “No, but I expect you to at least make the attempt. The young mistress is here now, she can help you up the stairs.”
The young mistress must have been an unsubtle reference to her. Elizabeth shut her eyes tightly before letting Alan wrap his arm around her shoulder
Unwary Traveller - Chapter SixShe hadn’t been quite clear on what a Tynchal was, the night before last. Now she knew, watching the men and their horses get ready for it, with Jamie and Adele on either side of her and the dog- Cinaed sitting on her haunches next to Jamie’s other side. Alan was already mounted, bow and quiver slung over his shoulder. “I’ll see you at the meal tonight.”More Like This
Addressing his siblings rather than her, Elizabeth bit down on her lower lip as she felt a pang of regret at the words. She’d forgiven him for the last night’s shock but it seemed he hadn’t forgiven himself yet. “Alan?”
“Aye?” The single word was polite, inquiring.
She hesitated for a second. “Good luck.”
“And you as well, mistress.” He nudged the brown mare into a walk, taking his place behind several of the other men.
Elizabeth chewed on her lower lip until the group were out of sight. “Now what do we do?”
Adele shrugged idly,
Unwary Traveller - Chapter ThreeShe overslept, only waking when the sun hit her in the face and she got the sense of someone sitting on the foot of her bed. Elizabeth jerked awake, staring around herself wildly before she recognized her surroundings. Not her bedroom like she’d dreamed of but an unfamiliar four poster bed. And she wasn’t alone, Jamie was sitting cautiously on the edge of the mattress with his staff across his lap. Cinaed was sitting on her haunches over by the door, tail wagging.More Like This
Elizabeth drew the coverlet up over her chest reflexively. “What are you doing here, Jamie?”
It was hard to read his expression, he was too skilled at hiding his feelings from her. He looked up, rubbing a hand across the blindfold. “I counted the doors.”
Elizabeth grimaced, sliding out from under the covers as she gathered shift, dress and corset. “I kind of figured that. And you didn’t tell me what you’re doing here.”
A shrug. “Alan told me to find you, he say
Unwary Traveller - Chapter twoShe could almost accept being forced to wear a corset and too many layers if it meant she wasn’t given a second glance at. At least until she spoke, that is. The only people she had interest in talking with were Alan and his sister and brother. Of the three, Jamie seemed to be the most reasonable and the quietest in an otherwise noisy room.More Like This
Elizabeth felt her stomach rumble and winced as she recalled the last time she’d eaten. A day and a half ago apparently. Running for her life worked up more of an appetite than she’d thought it would. “We’re going to meet this Simon after dinner?”
“Aye. He’s always more amendable after then, I’m told.” Alan’s tone was cautious though. “This is only the second time I’ve had contact with him, Elizabeth. I’m afraid I can’t tell you how the man is. Not being particularly acquainted with him.”
If he was about to say anything else, it was interrupted by the arr
Untitled“C’mon, Jamie. Just this once you could show a little interest, you know.”More Like This
Jamie sighed, pulled from his own thoughts by the sound of Kate’s voice. Wheedling and impatient. She had been trying to get him to go out with her on a date for the past couple months. There was no way to let her down gently- she wasn’t the sort of woman who gave in without a fight, particularly when it came to single men. Or her assumption of a single man. That persistence made her a good hunter but girlfriend material? She’d scared off several prospective men that way. “I’m afraid I have to decline, Kate.”
“You need someone other than that dog in your life.” She set her glass down with the sound of a faint clink on the bar counter.
He sighed again, one hand going to the wedding band he wore on a chain around his neck. “I’ve been a husband and a father before. And lost them. I’m sorry but I can’t.”
Jocasta nudged hi
Caisteal DhuniScotland. Beauly, Inverness-shire. August 1729More Like This
Adele paused, shielding her eyes from the thin sunlight for a moment. She wanted to commit what she saw before her to memory. Her brother standing several yards away with his dog and walking stick. He was turned away from her, giving no indication that he’d seen her approach. It wasn’t unexpected, her brother was blind after all.
She bit down on her lower lip, staying clear of the edge of the drop. Breaking her neck or smashing her head on a rock was not in her plans. “Jamie?”
He turned, shoving a hand through his dark hair. “I thought it was you. Your step at the very least.”
Adele smiled briefly though it didn’t last. Her view of him from the bottom of the hill had only been an outline. Her brother, his dog and the staff. What hadn’t been so readily apparent was the blindfold over his eyes. “It isn’t safe here, Jamie.”
“I still have some sight left.” Her
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Augustin’s voice startled out of her thoughts and she looked up, setting her book aside. “Yes?”
She found herself watching him, searching for any sign of herself in the ten year old boy and not finding it. The shoulder length black hair was Etienne’s as was a certain set of his shoulders. He… was his father’s son, without a doubt. Adele bit down on her lower lip at the thought, giving a brief shake of her head. Etienne hadn’t influenced their eldest entirely. The green of his eyes and the fact that he was left handed… those were her gifts to him. “Come here, child.”
He approached cautiously and let her wrap her arms around him in an embrace. “Do you… love father?”
Such a strange question for a ten year old boy to be asking, and one she wasn’t entirely sure he was ready to know the answer to. The truth was that the marriage between her and Etienne had been arranged, she hadn