The sun started its climb across the horizon. Its rays spread out and clasped whole continents in its warmth. Crescent Isle was one of these places. And Fina was one of the people who got the sun in her eye, interrupting her sweet sleep. All she wanted to do was to curl up and go back to sleep. Dawn had just passed, but Fina had a duty of her own for which she needed to start as early as possible.
Fina always held close attention to the calendar, so she knew that soon would be the day she had waited for; it was time to put her plan in motion. The silvite had liked the idea at first, but then she thought it may seem drastic. It could even be misinterpreted. Most important of all: she would have to keep both Vyse and Aika in the dark.
But there were times when the end justified the means. Not in many cases, but surely this one. If Fina wanted to do this, she had to do it now.
And she would.
Vyse lay in his soft bed. The room was dark. Vyse himself was half