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The scene continues as A'yen debates whether or not he can give up that much of his soul. Whether or not Fae is worth the pain he knows waits for him if he gives Reston what he wants.Reston’s fingers dug into the markings. He bit down a groan as fire traveled through every inch of his body. Hot breath blew across the side of his face. “I disagree. You should guard yourself with more care, slave. You have the opportunity to save her career.”The fingers tightened. The groan slipped out. “Dallying with me doesn’t ruin careers.”“No. But accusations of forgery do. As do accusations of being sympathetic to the Loks Mé freedom movement.”“You wouldn’t.” The hands disappeared from his sides and he collapsed on the table.Reston grabbed his wrists, above the cuffs, clenching tight and sending spasms up his arms. “You don’t know what I will or will not do. But I will give you the opportunity to keep me quiet.”No! He couldn’t sacrifice his soul again. She wasn’t worth it. Her face filled his mind, then her laughter. The way she clung to him day before yesterday when the fish bit her. The way she held his hand yesterday. The way she touched him ten minutes ago.“Ah, there it is. You have two hours to finish making up your mind. I’ll be in the little cave by lake two. You know the one?”A’yen nodded. Reston sent one more wave of fire crashing through him, then let go. Slumped over the table, eyes closed, he relied on his sixth sense to tell him when Reston left the building. He took his sweet time too. At the eight minute mark, A’yen forced his body to move, though he longed to curl up somewhere. Forced himself to pull the map back up and make adjustments to it, even though his fingers were clumsy and tingling.
In some ways it's the most foolish decision A'yen has ever made. Yet it becomes one he doesn't regret. Protecting Fae, the woman he's falling in love with, is as important to him as his next breath. It's who he is, and he can't deny his nature any more than he can deny his love for Fae.
One of the marks of a true hero, in my opinion, is not being afraid to be made a fool of by love or for the sake of love. A'yen and Fae's love shapes the destiny of an entire species, and a new chapter in history.
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