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Shadow's Refuge 23- shop-talkThe next morning found him quite disoriented. He opened his eyes to the thin streams of light filtering past the drawn curtains and for a moment, he had no idea where he was, apart from the fact he felt unusually comfortable. Yet he felt no need for alarm and it took him but a moment to remember why. Right. He was in Safe Haven. He was... home. The thought made him both giddy and nervous, as if one of the Deep's eels was slithering inside his stomach. He threw an arm over his eyes with a faint groan and let his mind recount the events of the day before. The gathering, the crowd's grudging acceptance... and the newly found truce. He and Kellian ended that evening with a companionable drinking of their tea and sporadic, casual talk of healing. The conversation was timid on his part and hesitant on both, but it was sincere. He found true joy in it. It was... peaceful. Before long, Kellian sent him to bed under strict orders to get a good night's sleep. Well, apparently he slept well enoug
Shadow's Refuge 22- part 2- Truce"I met the Drow the first day he came here. I was among the ones to go and greet the Kaiannae when she came back. She specifically told me that the Drow was a new member, that he should be protected and that she vouched for him. I did not believe her. I believed he had somehow fooled her into accepting him. Worse, I did not believe Aro when she said she has a good feeling about him. So I watched him from afar, keeping an eye on him, waiting for an opportune moment, for something that would prove to me that he is not who he claims he is. When I found nothing, I decided to take action. Yesterday, I lured him into the forest and attacked him. I would have killed him, if I could. But I was not ready. I became too sued to facing off elves and humans. He bested me. It cost me my sword arm and it could have cost me my life. I told no one what I was doing. He could have killed me and feigned ignorance. But- he didn't. He could have claimed assault to the Kaiannae and I would have been fo
Shadow's Refuge 22-part 1- TruceLunch went by too quickly. He felt as if he was in a dream, one that moved in jerks and leaps. One moment he was in Kat's rooms, readying to go, Aro skipping around and beaming at the fact Kat chose to dine with them and the next he was sitting at a table, with little memory of how he got there. Next Darin's face came into view, the cook trying to ease his tension with a joke and some sugar, but it seemed the candy only heightened his nervousness. Then suddenly, lunch was over, and he didn't even remember what he ate. Kat was watching him with worry, her lips drawn into a tight line, and for a moment all he wanted was to bury his face in her cloak and just- be. Let go, let her take care of everything and disappear into the darkness. But he could not. Not if he wanted to stay. He needed to walk in the light, to present himself, to show the members of the clan that he was trustworthy. Not just a Drow. Not a monster.
"Let's go,” said Kat, a new, sober gravity to her voice.