Tag Archives: Cameron Mackenzie

Twenty-five – 05

[This post is from Cameron’s point of view.] It was colder in the hall than Cameron had honestly expected and he shivered slightly, chafing his hands over bare arms. Thordin glanced at him again, a frown creasing his forehead. “What’s … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 04

[This post is from Cameron’s point of view.] He came awake a few hours later, in the darkness of their room, Neve nestled against his chest. Her breathing was soft and even—she was still asleep. The twins, too, were sleeping … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 03

[This post is from Cameron’s point of view.] “Do you think I should ride out with them?” It was a long time before the words came, and longer still before Neve answered him. Her voice was quiet, muffled by his … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 02

[This post is from Cameron’s point of view.] The mare made a sound, shifting, and a second later he heard the sound of footsteps—ones that had become as familiar to him as the sound of his own breath. Cameron unconsciously … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 01

[This post is from Cameron’s point of view.] The horses were restless. They were not the only ones. Cameron stared at nothing for a few seconds, running the curry brush along the flank of a chestnut mare. The horse settled … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 05

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.]                “So which part, exactly, are we voting on?” Jacqueline asked.  The question came quietly, no judgement or doubt in her tone—a simple, matter-of-fact question.  Her gaze was intent as she watched … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 04

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] Carolyn blinked, staring at Hecate for a few seconds. “I probably already know the answer to this question, but I’m going to ask anyway. Why, exactly, won’t they have much reason to … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 03

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] “I don’t think anyone else has a better one,” Thordin said, his gaze steady and his voice low. “I know I don’t and I also know that I’m tired as hell of … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 02

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] The question seemed to unlock his tongue and clear the blockage that had choked off his words. It didn’t erase all the nerves, though, and he kept pacing even as he started … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 01

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] Midafternoon found them all back by the cookfire, with Tala silently stirring a pot of chili with a look so thoughtfully judgmental that Matt found himself wanting to shrink away. He barely … Continue reading

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