By Francis Jenna Kay
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As if I had a choice. You were dead to the world, Baris. " He grimaced. "Dead to the world? " He couldn't voice his guilt over leaving her alone at the inn. She came to sit beside him, handing him a bowl of soup. "Last night was not your fault," she murmured. "I shouldn't have left the room. I was probably safe there, despite my misgivings. " He shook his head, trying without much success to ignore the view offered by her blouse. He glanced about for her cloak. It was hanging on a low branch, and he both wished it was covering her, and glad that it wasn't.
Ye're staying at the inn, then? For a while? " Her questions were cloyingly suggestive and Baris gave her a small teasing smile. "Well, if I told you all of that, then I would have no secrets left, would I? " She smiled back and leaned on the counter, her ample breasts seeming about to tumble from the low-cut bodice of her peasant dress. "We have soup," she said, her voice almost a purr. "Beef and vegetable. It's served up with hot bread, dripping with butter and sweet--soft--honey. " Baris didn't think he needed to ask.
He found it sitting on a flattened muddy spot near the water. As he bent to fill it, his gaze wandered over the area and he frowned. There was really no bank here, just a muddy beach. He didn't see how she could have fallen in. Unless she had waded out to wash and slipped on the stones beneath the water. That was probably it. With a sigh, he stood and returned to the camp. There was no sense in even trying to go to the Lair tonight. Not with the magic he had just expended. He set the teapot near the flames, then turned to unpack something to eat.
Blood Bred 02 - From The Heart by Francis Jenna Kay