Mages of Myth - Book 3 Chapter 4 (Part Two)Pix winced as Unicorn tended to the wounds on her bare shoulders. She hissed.Mages of Myth - Book 3 Chapter 4 (Part Two) by Narryaque
Unicorn echoed her hiss, as it hurt him as well. “Sorry, Pix,” he said as he sat behind her.
She sighed. “Don’t worry about it. I’m a strong girl.”
Unicorn smirked. “Don’t I know it?”
Pix looked over her shoulder at him and blushed.
He chuckled and dabbed the rag to her skin. “Yeah, you’ll be okay.” He paused. “I meant to catch you, you know. If Pegasus hadn’t summoned his creature, I would have broken your fall.”
“Or…I would have fallen into your arms?”
Unicorn laughed and he blushed in turn. “Yeah,” he said. “Right.”
Pix smiled and bit her bottom lip. She knew what he meant.
Across the camp from them, Griffin tended to Jasmine’s wounds. The black lion’s claws had sunk into her arms while it pinned her. She bit her lip to bite back the pain as Griffin sat in front of
Mages of Myth - Book 3 Chapter 4 (Part One)Chapter 4Mages of Myth - Book 3 Chapter 4 (Part One) by Narryaque
“You guys have to admit,” Unicorn said later. “I saved us. I did. None of you will say it, but yes, I was the one—”
“Okay,” Pix said. “You saved us. We all thank you, Unicorn. Now go to sleep, please?”
Unicorn chuckled and lay back under his gypsy quilt.
The purple clouds covered the sky while the gypsies slept in the mud; some even slept in the cradle of the trees between branches. Rain fell around them and the thunder growled above them.
Phoenix looked around and saw Griffin’s quilt that lay open. He frowned. “Where’s Griffin?”
Pegasus hummed as his eyes lay closed. “I think he went to find the princess.”
Phoenix looked around to the quilt that lay near the wishing well. It, too, lay open and empty. He chuckled. “Copycat,” he muttered and lay back down. “Go get her.” He closed his eyes and fell asleep.
Jasmine walked between the trees of the forest and reached
Narryaque: Pronounced, “nar-y-ock” [nair-ee-ock] rhymes with “marry lock.” Meaning from lost language: “Storyteller; to recall and tell i.e.: kiss and tell; raconteur; narrator.” Lost Language definition: “Word Sage.”|
~From my story, The Storyteller of Atrox Nox
I like to think of myself as magical. I'm crazy for top hats, I have a magician complex, and I write fantasy books (not published yet).
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