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Author:P D Workman [Workman, P D]

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Published: 2019-03-14T16:00:00+00:00

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⋆ Chapter Seventeen ⋆

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veryone turned to see where the voice had come from. A tall, pale man stood at the back of the room with several attendants. Seeing that he had the council’s attention, he walked regally to the front of the room.

 

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Author:P D Workman [Workman, P D] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:P D Workman [Workman, P D]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: pd workman

Published: 2019-03-14T16:00:00+00:00
⋆ Chapter Seventeen ⋆

E

veryone turned to see where the voice had come from. A tall, pale man stood at the back of the room with several attendants. Seeing that he had the council’s attention, he walked regally to the front of the room.

“Lord Bernier,” Davyn greeted in surprise. He bowed his head deferentially. He picked up his pen to make note of the fairy’s appearance. “What is your interest in this case?”

“I was there. When the child was attacked, I was the one who stepped in to stop the warlock from feeding.”

“What did you find? What did you see and hear?”

“I saw the child in his arms. She was clearly ensorcelled. She didn’t know what was going on.”

“When you say ‘the child,’ you mean Regina Rawlins?” Davyn motioned toward Reg.

“Yes.”

“And the warlock was Corvin Hunter?” Davyn indicated Corvin, who twirled in his chair as if he were enjoying being on display.

“Yes.”

“What did you see that made you think she was ensorcelled?”

“I could smell his scent. Very strong. She was limp. Her eyes were closed. When I interrupted them, it took her a considerable length of time to wake up enough to be aware of what was going on and the danger she had been in.”

“But you didn’t hear their conversation. You don’t know whether she yielded to him before your arrival.”

“There is no way for me to tell you what happened before I was there,” Lord Bernier said logically. “But if she had yielded to him without magic, then there would have been no need for his charms and glamour.”

Davyn gave a small shrug. Reg looked around, wondering if there was anyone who was going to question her from the other side. She had thought that he was supposed to be unbiased, one of the judges in the tribunal, but it seemed clear Davyn was on Corvin’s side. There didn’t seem to be anyone on Reg’s side, making accusations against Corvin, to prove that Reg had been an innocent party and that Corvin had again forced her against her will.

“He did, however, apologize,” Lord Bernier said, looking over at Corvin. “He tried to deny that he had used his magic, and when that failed, he apologized and said he had not meant to do it and had broken his word. I assume your kind do not apologize for what they have not done.”

“I see. That does shade things,” Davyn admitted, making another notation on his page.

“That is not all the creature did,” Lord Bernier stated, waiting for Davyn to pick up the questioning again.

“The creature?”

Lord Bernier made a motion toward Corvin. “The fallen one.”

“Corvin Hunter. What else did Mr. Hunter do?”

“When he realized that he was not going to get the opportunity to feed, he put his hunger into her.”

“How did he do that?”

“Like this.”

Davyn suddenly went rigid in his seat and grasped the table in front of him with both hands. He opened his mouth but seemed unable to get any words out. There was a rushing tide of

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