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“You’re serious? I could be your wife?” My eyes widened even more
as I gazed up at Prince Norivun Deema Melustral Achul, first son
of the king, Bringer of Darkness, Death Master of the continent,
son of Prinavee Territory, and crown prince and heir to the Winter Court’s
The prince growled low in his throat as his sapphire irises burned
brightly. Artful silver strands of hair flowed to his shoulders, and massive
wings tipped with talons rose from his back. Those wings looked as lethal
as the crown prince.
“That’s correct,” he said.
My sister, Cailis, threw up her hands and stormed across the room.
“Please go,” I whispered. “All of you.”
Behind the prince, his four guards waited—Haxil, Ryder, Nish, and
Sandus. Instead of heeding my request, they all looked to their prince for
“Very well.” The prince straightened from my bed, his aura pounding
from him in waves, before he strode from the Exorbiant Chamber with his
guards, Murl, and Daiseeum following.
“I shall have refreshments delivered shortly. I’m sure you’re famished,”
Daiseeum called from the door before bobbing her head and dipping into a
“Thank you, Daiseeum,” I replied automatically.
Once they all left, Cailis fumed. “This is absurd. Honestly, it’s the most
ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. You have to join the Rising Queen Trial to
be his potential wife?”
I gripped the bedsheets tighter as my stomach flipped. “So I’m not
“I wish this was a dream. I’ve been worried sick since he took you last
month, despite your letters, but this—” She shook her head. “I never
imagined anything like that.”
“That makes two of us.”
I flopped back onto my pillows. Sunlight shone through my bed
chambers’ glass doors. Outside, my beautiful garden glowed vibrantly in
my private courtyard. The thriving orem in its soil meant our normal winter
landscape didn’t affect it.
I closed my eyes as I remembered what else I needed to do. “There’s
more than just the Trial, Cailis. There’s so much more that’s gone on during
the past month.”
She scowled. “What else has happened?”
I opened my mouth to reply, but a knock came on my door, and then
Daiseeum entered, carrying a tray of food. My stomach growled, and I sat
up when she placed it beside me.
“Enjoy, m’lady.” She curtsied, her gaze darting between me and Cailis
before she departed.
My sister’s eyes bulged. “So much food.”
“There always is.”
T sat between us as I leaned back, sipping my tea as I
finished telling my sister everything that had happened since the prince had
whisked me away from our village in Mervalee Territory over a month ago.
Her baffled expression grew, getting a frown out of me. “Did they
censor all of this from my letters?” I asked.
She nodded. “I knew you were alive, but everything you just told me
was blacked out.” Nibbling her lip, she said, “So, let me get this straight . . .
Prince Norivun is demanding that you save our continent by using your new
affinity to make the crops grow again?”
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