Kicking off a new writing schedule is never easy, especially when you’re trying to more than double your output, and your little one falls ill, and school holidays hit, while you’re also recovering yourself.
But it’s happening, and the little bit I’d fallen behind is slowly being caught up, and I’m very grateful for that.
The wolf’s next words drew my full attention—and explained why I had to be awake. He surveyed us, running he eyes over each of those the contract had named.
“You have taken back each of those subject to the contract’s terms… and they are unharmed.”
I heard Rohan gulp, and Tens give what might have been a suppressed growl. Cascade’s protest was louder. The wolf curled its lips, partly in amusement and partly in challenge. Rohan whimpered, and Cascade growled, even though he didn’t move from the boy’s side. Mack cleared his throat.
“I wouldn’t call that unharmed.”
The wolf looked at him.
“Do you challenge my judgement?”
And it was Mack’s turn to lift his head and meet its eyes. He even managed to rip out a credible snarl.
Delight raised her hand.
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