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Chapter 1 (10)



‘She’s in an old shelter on the brink of the forest in the West’, I said. He put his gear on quickly and was ready to go.

We went back to the main path and hurried towards the Western part of the forest. I took some shortcuts to get us there as soon as possible but still it was about an hour of walking. We were going fast and didn’t talk because of our accelerated breaths but eventually I managed to ask him.

‘Did you get scared of what was happening with me?’

‘More like I was surprised. I’ve never seen that before’, he answered.

‘This is the trance technique and I don’t use it often’, I explained. ‘It’s too dangerous and exhausting to repeat it regularly but it’s helpful in case of emergency. It requires someone to support on so I’m grateful you were there for me.’

‘You’re welcome.’

He was quiet and reserved but I must have admitted I was somehow beginning to like him. I recalled gentle yet strong touch of his hands on my feet and I felt sparks going down my spine again just like in the moment he was pressing the sensitive spots on my sole. I had to suppress the sigh of pleasure a couple of times…I have been alone for so long that I almost forgot how it was to feel pleasure.

I was so lost in memories that I startled when he caught my hand and pulled me closer.

‘Hash! The intruder is near.’


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Chapter 1 (9)



I was watching her curiously, even with my limited dealings with druids this felt strange. My eyes were locked on her, watching every move as she went into something resembling a trance. Her body began to shake and I felt concern rising inside of me, the feeling of something going wrong was getting stronger and threatening to make me react by stopping this. The only thing that held me back was doubt, I couldn’t be sure that I wouldn’t do more damage than good if I interrupted the trance so I waited and continued watching, ready to pounce at the slightest sign of trouble. My hand was tightened around a green gem, I knew I could use it to repair even the most serious wounds. As her ritual was reaching a climax, she suddenly collapsed. With my increased speed I caught her body before she fell to the ground, gently lowering her on the soft grass. Even in my worried state I could feel her calm aura and I knew she would be all right. I spoke the incantation of my gem and moved it up and down her body to heal her but it seemed she wasn’t injured. Unsure about what to do next I looked at her face, her breathing was normal. My eyes remained on her face, there was something there that made me unable to look away. I only realized she was conscious when she called my name and I found myself looking into her eyes. I coughed to disguise my embarrassment.

‘Are you all right, milady?’

‘Yes, I am quite all right.’

‘I apologize for this situation but I wasn’t sure…’

‘People not familiar with the druids often mistake my reaction for an injury.’

‘Do you need a moment to catch your breath? Is there anything I can do to help?’, she looked at me for a moment while thinking, finally she decided.

‘There are some spots on my foot you can press to make me recover faster but you have to do exactly as I say because otherwise you might do more damage then good.’

I nodded my head and placed both hands on her foot, waiting for her to tell me what to do.

‘Press the sole and the toes gently, continue increasing pressure till I tell you to stop. Do not hurry, I don’t want to be paralysed instead.’

I did as she instructed and soon was helping her to get on her feet. She brushed herself off and informed me that she found the intruder.


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