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“You sure this is the one?” a playful voice said from the floor. He glanced down at his cat sitting at his feet. “You don’t know what they do,” she continued. “You’ve already summonsed the man from outside to kill you.”
“Now you’ve gone and killed us both,” the cat complained. “If you would’ve just turned the last one off, everything would be fine.”
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The sharp sound of the floorboards protesting woke her. She sat up and the sheet slid into her lap, revealing her full breasts. Her eyes widened, scouring the shadows for the source of the disturbance to her dreams. She stood, pulled her thin robe from the foot of the bed and glided to the open window as she put on the robe.
“The sound,” she thought. “It must have been an animal outside.”
She stood in the mystical light for a moment, then turned back to the bed. She froze. He stood between her and the bed, shirt open, revealing his masculine form. He reached his hands to her.
Just before she put herself into his warm embrace, she stopped.
“It is time. It is what you desired.”
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Jerome screamed into the world. He was healthy. The nursemaid wiped the fluids from him and handed him to Reynard, who hesitantly took him into his arms. With a great smile he looked down at his beloved wife, Fine. Her skin glistened with sweat. She smiled back. He brought Jerome into her arms and kissed her forehead.
“I can’t go with you,” she whispered.
“You’re going on an adventure. I have the baby now.”
“I don’t understand. This…you son of a bitch, get out of my head. Quit playing with me.”
“Oh how sweet, your lovely baby boy is born and now is dead. The darling memories you have of your family.”
“Leave them alone.”
“I did, don’t you remember? Now let’s feed.”
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