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Published: 2019-05-05T22:00:00+00:00

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Sins of Basilia (Shrouded Thrones Book 4) by Jeanne Hardt

Chapter 14

Carmela fingered the sheer canopy that encased their large bed, then lifted a portion of it, pressed it to her nose, and inhaled. “Everything here smells delicious. Somehow, there is a hint of cinnamon in this fabric.”

She looked over her shoulder at Tesher, who hovered close to the shut door. “It is remarkable,” he mumbled without feeling.

 

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Author:Jeanne Hardt [Hardt, Jeanne] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Jeanne Hardt [Hardt, Jeanne]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2019-05-05T22:00:00+00:00
Chapter 14

Carmela fingered the sheer canopy that encased their large bed, then lifted a portion of it, pressed it to her nose, and inhaled. “Everything here smells delicious. Somehow, there is a hint of cinnamon in this fabric.”

She looked over her shoulder at Tesher, who hovered close to the shut door. “It is remarkable,” he mumbled without feeling.

Perhaps she had been wrong to bring him here.

She crossed to him and took his hand. “I know you are uneasy, but I promise, it is not as bad as it seems.”

“Bad?” He released her and splayed his arms wide. “This room is exquisite. Every finery imaginable is within reach. Extra linens, towels.” He pointed here and there. “Oils for our skin, and even a gold chamber pot for heaven’s sake.”

He moved to a table that had been filled with food, grabbed an apple, tossed it high in the air, and caught it again. The tall ceiling allowed his hefty throw. “Do you see all this food? Fruit, pastries, bread, dried meats. We have no need to leave this chamber.”

“Is that not as it should be?” She wanted to calm him, but was unsure how.

He yanked out a chair and sat. “I will go mad if I must endlessly enclose myself in a single room. Yet even if we are able to wander the halls of the castle, how can I, when at every turn, I see things that repulse me?”

“Repulse?” She pulled her own chair from its place at the table and sat facing him. “What did you see that you found disagreeable?”

His eyes widened, and he stared at her as if she were insane for asking. “Did you not see the same statues as I? And the bench upon which we sat—the king himself admitted what took place there.”

“Tesher…” She reached for his hand and was relieved when he took hold. “Their ways are different than what you and I are accustomed to, but I do not fault them for their beliefs. Truthfully, I find the statues to be beautiful.” She glanced behind her. “Like those by our bed. Whoever crafted them was quite skilled.”

“Why design them without clothing? I will not be able to rest with those body parts protruding toward me. Honestly, I had planned to reposition them and have them face the wall.”

“So…it is the human body that repulses you?”

“No!” He rubbed his temples. “It is the way in which they display it and so freely give it.” He licked his lips, then frowned. “I am no prude, but this place confuses me. I am constantly reminded of Angeline and her wicked enticements. How am I to not see this place as evil?”

She got up, moved her chair beside him, and sat. “Angeline misled you and was wrong in doing so.” Her heart ached for him. She knew how it felt to be engulfed in Angeline’s hateful ways and offered comfort by once again taking his hand. “I assure you, these people are different. Their intentions are not evil.

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