Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 70, Epilogue

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This week is the last chapter of Daniel’s, Toby’s, and Silas’ story. I hope you’ve enjoyed the story and that you’ll enjoy what comes next. I am going to take a short break (should only be two weeks) to get the next story ready. In the meantime, I will post a few short scenes on Wednesdays so Y’all will have something to remember me by 😉

Thank you all for reading.


Chapter 70 – Epilogue

Daniel

Today was the day. Today he was legally joining with the man he loved. His lover. His master. His soon to be husband, not only but he got to…

“Tell me again why I agreed to this?” Toby demanded from in front of the mirror. His bow tie was hanging on either side of his neck and if looks could kill the tie would be ashes. After glaring for a few more minutes he threw his hands up. “I give up. I can’t get this tie to look right.”

Tsking lightly, Daniel moved in front of his pouting brother and efficiently tied the cursed tie. Tweaking the ends so it sat to his satisfaction he moved back and raised an eyebrow. Toby looked at the offending item and then pointedly turned his head away. “Hadn’t we better get going?”

“Everything will be fine, Bro,” Daniel reassured him. “We’ve planned everything, and you’ve triple checked it all several times as well. Now, stop worrying.”

“Can’t you at least pretend to be nervous?”

Daniel grinned, “I’m not. I’m excited. We’re finally—” The door banged open.

“So, everyone ready for this?” Silas yelled as he entered. He was resplendent in a rainbow-colored suit and even brighter hair.

“As ready as I’ll ever be,” Toby muttered before heading out the door to get into position.

“Shall we?” Silas held his arm out and Daniel wrapped a hand round it with a smile.

They met up with Tara outside the door and Daniel caught his breath.

“You look beautiful,” Daniel told her and received a blush as a reward. The red cheeks looked good on the usually stern Mistress.

“And you both look very handsome. Silas, are there any colors you missed when you had that suit made?”

“No, ma’am, I’m fairly sure the tailor managed to get all the colors I asked for into it.”

Tara shook her head. “Don’t think that because I’m dressed like this I won’t report you to Oliver. I’m sure he knows exactly what punishment to use to curb your wayward tongue.”

The flush that stained Silas’ cheeks told the entire story and had all of them laughing.

Tara moved around Silas and took his other arm. “Come on, let’s not leave the others waiting too long.”

They moved together to the entrance of the hotel and followed their designated path. The wedding was being held in the expansive hotel grounds. Decorations were strung up to mark their route and as they rounded the corner Daniel caught his breath. This was his first time seeing the full effect of all their planning.

Two rows of chairs were set-up leaving a wide aisle in between for them to walk down. The chairs were covered in colorful fabric and had contrasting ribbons tied around them. The seats were filled with friends and family. Carlos’ family had flown in and had fallen in love with Daniel in seconds. Similarly, Tara’s family had driven into town, and had told Toby if he could tame their daughter he was a better person than they were.

Moving slowly towards the front of the crowd Daniel watched Carlos, Oliver, and Toby turn to watch their progress. Every step brought them closer to their goal.

Finally, they met their men and hugs were exchanged before they all turned to face the celebrant.

“Welcome everyone. We’re gathered together today to celebrate the joining of Daniel to Carlos and of Tara to Toby. Who of you stands in witness to this witness to this joining?”

Daniel felt tears welling up as the entire crowd stood yelling their agreement.

This was the start of the rest of his life, and that life looked more than good. It looked Fucking fantastic.


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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 69

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Chapter 69

Daniel

“Where’s Toby? Shouldn’t he be here by now?”

Silas waved a vague hand, sloshing drink over the side of his glass. “He’s buying some more wine. Said he had something to tell us.”

Daniel snickered at his brother. Silas had had most of the last bottle to himself and was well on his way to being tipsy. If he was honest Daniel was feeling a bit on the dizzy side.

What had started out as a wedding planning evening, had turned into a walk down memory lane and a challenge to see who could embarrass the others the most.

Daniel had a thought. “Hey, you remember the time dad took us swimming? The pool had run out of blue water wings and Toby got given that pink pair. He looked so cute bobbing along in those.”

They both chuckled as the sound of the front door opening let in a cold draft.

“Wine delivery,” came Toby’s cheerful voice. “What’s so funny guys?”

“Pink water wings,” was all Silas got out before he started chuckling again.

Toby scowled. “If you two are going to gang up on me I may keep this wine to myself. Along with the news, I was going to tell you.”

That made Daniel and Silas sit up and start to take notice, even if a few stray chuckles did still escape.

“Well, you see.” Toby looked at the ceiling and it took a while for Daniel to realize his usually overconfident brother was nervous.

“Come on, Bro, spit it out.” Daniel clapped Toby on the back for good measure then ducked out the way of hand heading his way, ending up on his ass on the floor.

“I’ve-asked-Tara-to-marry-me-and-she-said-yes,” Toby spoke so fast the words rolled into each other and silence met his statement before he and Silas worked out what he’d actually said.

“Married?” Silas squealed. “When? Have you set a date? Where did you propose? Was it romantic? Please say you made it nice for her.”

Silas let out a yell as Toby grabbed him and clapped a hand over his mouth.

“Last Thursday, no, at her favorite restaurant, yes, and yes. Now, if you’ve quite finished with the interrogation can we get to the celebrating?”

Daniel watched from his seat on the floor and grinned.

“Do you remember the story dad always told us about when he proposed to mom?”

Toby nodded. “He proposed to her on a cruise. It was the second anniversary of the day they met. He bought her flowers and had the waiter put the ring in some champagne. Then he paid the band to play her favorite song and sweet talked the kitchen into writing his question in icing on the edge of her dessert plate. He always was the more romantic of us all. I may have used a few of his ideas.

“I took her to les hauteurs and did the ring in the glass. I had a violinist play a love song and got down on one knee.” Toby poured a fresh glass of wine and took a sip. He looked up with a bewildered expression. “She cried.” He shook his head. “I will never get women. She said yes and that she was the happiest she’d ever been. But, then she cried. Why would you cry if you’re happy?”

Daniel snickered and topped up his own glass before passing the bottle to Silas.

Time meant flew by and the wine disappeared. The ideas for the wedding got wilder and wilder as Silas got More and more hyper. Some of the suggestions were improbable but hilarious; a rainbow-colored horse pulling a carriage, getting all the guests to throw rainbow skittles instead of rice or confetti, getting all the female guests to dye their hair pink and the men blue. The list went on and got progressively slurred as they all slowly succumbed to the alcohol in their systems.

The last thing Daniel remembered was Silas saying, “I have a perfect idea.”

By the time Oliver and Carlos came home, all three brothers were fast asleep on a pile of cushions on the floor, wound so tight around each other it was hard to see where one finished and the others started.

 


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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 68

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Chapter 68

 

Daniel

Four weeks later

Daniel waited nervously in the airport arrivals. He bit his lip as he thought about what Silas was going to say when he found out.

“Calm down, Boy.” Carlos rubbed his arms and Daniel took a deep breath.

“Daniel!” Silas’ voice rang out through the cavernous hall just moments before Daniel was jumped by his brother. Daniel fell heavily back into Carlos, who wrapped them both in his arms to keep them on their feet.

“Silas, calm down,” Oliver’s stern voice broke into the reunion. But, Silas ignored him and started chattering a mile a minute, telling Daniel what felt like everything the couple had done for the last five weeks.

Silas let out a yelp as he was pulled out of Daniel’s arms. Oliver placed him on his feet and waved a finger in his face. “What did I tell you would happen if you ate all that chocolate and drank too much coffee? Now, calm down and let’s get our bags.”

Silas just giggled and grabbed Oliver finger. He placed a kiss on the end and made a run for the luggage reclaim area.

Daniel suppressed a laugh at Oliver’s face. Carlos didn’t bother suppressing anything, his laughter echoed loud and long.

Oliver scowled. “Thanks for the help,” he huffed and strode off the way Silas had gone.

Soon they reappeared pulling their cases, Silas was still chattering and Oliver was shaking his head.

“Just how much coffee and chocolate have you had?” Daniel asked Silas when they were near.

“Too much,” Oliver answered instead.

They managed to get Silas out to Carlos’ SUV and Daniel pulled his brother into the backseat with him. “Hey, that hurt,” Silas said yanking his hand out of Daniel’s, his eyes went wide as he stared at Daniel’s hand.

“What’s that?” His eyes were on Daniel’s left hand.

“Ah, um, well, you see, I may have, um,” Daniel stammered to a halt.

“Daniel has agreed to marry me.” Carlos’ voice was matter of fact and the silence that followed his declaration was short. The car filled with cheers and questions.

Carlos called for quiet. “We signed a permanent contract last week and I asked when we got home.”

“You have a permanent contract?” Silas stared at Daniel with wide eyes. “what about a collar?”

“Boy, that is none of your business,” Oliver chided.

Daniel was already unbuttoning the top of his shirt, he pulled the edges open to reveal the stainless-steel chain circling his throat. “Master Carlos asked me to wear his collar as part of our permanent contract. Then he presented me with the ring straight after.”

Daniel held out his hand for inspection and Silas caught hold it so he could hold the offered hand—and therefore the ring on the third finger of said hand—up to the light.

The band was solid gold and held five glittering stones, four diamonds set with a sparkling ruby in the center.

“So, when’s the wedding,” Silas gushed.

“In two months,” Daniel answered.

“What!” Silas yelped. “But, there’s so much to do. Location, food, invites, drink.”

The rest of the drive turned into a wedding planning session.


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Out Now- Shade’s Champion by Cheryl Headford #Excerpt

Author Name: Cheryl Headford

 Book Length 214 Pages

 Book Name: Shade’s Champion

 Release Date: 15th September 2017

 Publisher: Extacy Books: Devine Destinies

Sixteen-year-old Shade has spent years imprisoned in a dark cellar after being snatched off the street as a young child. Events since his release have left him traumatised and desperate to die.

Dory is a lively and engaging seventeen-year-old with mental health issues that make him a slave to his dangerously uncontrollable emotions.

When Shade comes to the secure children’s home, Eastbrook; because no one else wants him, the manager appoints Dory as his champion, an appointment Dory takes very seriously indeed.

As friendship turns into something else, something new and exciting, they struggle to find their feet, but every step leads to more complication.

When a spiteful act separates them, it seems their love is doomed before it ever had a chance, but when Dory falls ill, it’s up to Shade to pick up the standard and become his champion, although it might already be too late.

Excerpt

“You can’t be serious. No. It’s out of the question.”

“Penny, you’re our last option. The hospital won’t keep him any longer. They can’t. His own family doesn’t want him, and no foster family will take him. He can’t go to a children’s home because he’s such a high risk. Frankly, I have no idea what to do with him.”

“But this is a secure unit, and that kid’s done nothing wrong to anyone but himself. Do you have any idea what kind of kids we have here? We can’t watch him all the time, and half the little bastards would be queuing up to hand him the razor blades.”

“What else can we do? He’s stable enough for the hospital to discharge him, but he can’t live alone, and no one else wants him. We’re out of options.”

“Don’t get me wrong, I feel for the kid. He’s in an impossible situation, but we’re just not set up to handle someone like him. Are you sure he wouldn’t be better in a care home or psychiatric unit?”

“Honestly? I believe that’s where he’s likely to end up, but the kid’s sixteen and has been through the most horrific experience. He deserves a chance.”

“And you think he’s going to get it here?”

Penelope Creedy, Penny to her friends, struggled and failed to keep the incredulity out of her voice. It was evident the social worker was new; she hadn’t had the idealistic desire to help everyone beaten out of her by the system.

“No, no I don’t. Not really,” the social worker said, “but the poor thing has to go somewhere.”

“I don’t understand why he can’t go to Hillcrest or Maes Y Ffynnon.”

“They won’t take him. It’s too much responsibility for them, and they can’t give him a high enough level of care.”

“Care?” Penny laughed aloud. “We don’t provide care to our kids, Donna. We provide food and shelter and locked rooms. If we’re lucky, we get them to study now and again, and a couple even go to school. Most of them are under psychiatrists and headed straight for prison. Occasionally, we see one of them turn around, but mostly we’re marking time until they can be unleashed on society and start committing their crimes.”

“That’s a very bleak view.” The social worker had a hint of censure in her voice, which made Penny defensive. Damn these idealistic idiots with their rose-coloured views.

“This is a very bleak place,” Penny snapped back.

“No worse than his last.” The comeback was soft and sincere and made Penny feel vaguely guilty. She sighed and closed the folder that lay open on the desk in front of her. She ran her finger over the name on the cover and sighed again. “It’s one prison for another, Donna. Is that really what he needs?”

“A prison he can handle, Penny. It’s freedom that’s too much for him.”

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Cheryl was born into a poor mining family in the South Wales Valleys. Until she was 16, the toilet was at the bottom of the garden and the bath hung on the wall. Her refrigerator was a stone slab in the pantry and there was a black lead fireplace in the kitchen. They look lovely in a museum but aren’t so much fun to clean.

Cheryl has always been a storyteller. As a child, she’d make up stories for her nieces, nephews and cousin and they’d explore the imaginary worlds she created, in play.

Later in life, Cheryl became the storyteller for a re enactment group who travelled widely, giving a taste of life in the Iron Age. As well as having an opportunity to run around hitting people with a sword, she had an opportunity to tell stories of all kinds, sometimes of her own making, to all kinds of people. The criticism was sometimes harsh, especially from the children, but the reward enormous.

It was here she began to appreciate the power of stories and the primal need to hear them. In ancient times, the wandering bard was the only source of news, and the storyteller the heart of the village, keeping the lore and the magic alive. Although much of the magic has been lost, the stories still provide a link to the part of us that still wants to believe that it’s still there, somewhere.

In present times, Cheryl lives in a terraced house in the valleys with her son and menagerie of three cats, a dog and a dragon. Her daughter has deserted her for the big city, but they’re still close.

Immersed, as always, in the world of fantasy, she maintains a burning desire to share the stories and these days it’s in the form of books which all contain her spark and unique view on life, the universe and everything.

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Wednesday briefs – Chapter 67

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Chapter 67

Carlos

Carlos sat on his bed and dropped his head to his hands. This was not how he’d hoped to finish the evening. He’d planned on allowing Toby to cheer Daniel up and then after they were alone again he’d planned to try and seduce his boy. Nowhere in his plans did he allow for Daniel wanting his brother to stay. Idiot, of course Daniel would want his brother to stay close. Silas was out of reach, he’d want his only remaining family close. Why couldn’t Daniel want him close instead? The boy had been pulling more and more into himself since Silas left for his honeymoon.

Ugh, Carlos groaned. Where was his usual confidence? He never had any problems getting boys to do as he wanted. Why was Daniel different? Because you love him. You don’t want to do anything that may drive him away. You want him to come to you. That voice in his head could be an almighty pain in the ass, especially when it was right. But, he’s a submissive. If you don’t do something soon he’ll be snapped up by some other Master looking for an obedient boy. You’re making a mistake waiting. Okay, that voice could get truly obnoxious too.

Carlos sighed, he really wanted a glass of whiskey, the constant arguing with himself was giving him a headache.

Moving silently, he headed down the hallway toward the stairs. As he passed Daniel’s door he heard the brothers talking. He didn’t want to intrude and was about to move on when he heard his name.

“Carlos started being weird. Oh, he still touched me, kissed me, and gave me compliments, but they seemed…I don’t know, empty I suppose. Like he was saying them because he was expected to…”

Daniel continued talking but Carlos’ mind was spinning. His touch, kisses, and compliments seemed empty? Why would Daniel think that? Because you’ve been pulling away from him? The unhelpful voice in his head chimed in.

More words filtered through the gap under the bedroom door.

“The longer it went on the more he pulled away. Tonight, before you arrived, was the first time in what feels like forever that he’d even flirted with me. So, you see, Bro, he must have got what he wanted. Now, he just doesn’t know how to ask me to leave nicely.”

Leave? No fucking way. His boy wasn’t going anywhere.

He barged in the door as he heard Toby telling Daniel he didn’t think Carlos wanted him to leave. Carlos yelled his agreement as he entered, “No, he fucking doesn’t.”

Carlos took in the scene of Daniel curled up with Toby, tears on his cheeks. The desire to make sure he kept his boy surged as he pulled Daniel out of the bed and threw him over his shoulder.

“We’ll see you in the morning,” he called to Toby as he stormed out and headed back to his bedroom. He heard Toby’s laughter floating out the room as he left.

In his room, he dropped a stunned Daniel on his bed and pinned him there with a glare.

“Do. Not. Move,” he growled as he turned to shut and lock the door.

He returned to sit against the headboard and pulled Daniel into his arms. He relaxed slightly when Daniel didn’t protest the embrace, in fact, he snuggled closer.

“Talk,” he demanded.

“What do you want me to talk about, Sir?”

Carlos growled. “You know very well what I want you to talk about. What’s this nonsense about me wanting you to leave? About me not wanting you?”

Daniel lifted his head from Carlos’ shoulder and frowned. “But, Sir, you have hardly tried anything since we, well, you know.”

Carlos grinned at the blush that covered Daniel’s cheeks and neck. “Yes, I know.  I remember very well the feeling of having you writhe beneath me. I know you were begging for my touch and my cock.” He allowed himself another grin at the spreading blush before he became serious. “I also know I woke up alone. I found you making dinner and you didn’t mention anything about what we’d done. After that day you seemed to withdraw and so I waited for you to come to me with what was bothering you. Are you ready to tell me now?”

“Why would I come to you? You’re my master, I was waiting for you to come to me. I was waiting for you to tell me to move my stuff into your room. I was waiting for you to order me into your bed at night instead of sending me to mine alone after Silas was gone.

“If you wanted me I’d already given you permission to take me. If I didn’t want it I would tell you, or safeword and then explain. Since you didn’t order me, ask me, or even hint at wanting me, what was I supposed to think?”

Carlos sat in shocked silence. How could he have misread the situation so badly? Thinking quickly he knew he had to do something to rectify the mess they found themselves in.

“I think it’s time we reevaluated our contract,” he said slowly. “I think it’s time to add a few new rules and to reassess your limits. The first new rule will be about communication, in relation to both of us. I will admit I should have asked you what was going on sooner than this, but on the other hand, you should have come to me if you were unsure about anything. As for the next rule, you are expected to be in my bed every night from here on out. The rest we’ll work out in the morning, right now we need to sleep.”

Daniel was staring at him in apparent shock, but he nodded and cuddle deeper into Carlos’ arms. Flipping the bedside light off Carlos pulled him closer and breathed a silent sigh of relief. He’d nearly lost the best thing to ever happen to him. He swore he’d do better and make sure the contract they drew up was iron clad and very, very, permanent.

 


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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 66

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Chapter 66

Toby

When Daniel turned and pressed his back to Toby’s chest Toby wrapped him in his arms and held him close.

“I honestly don’t know what I did wrong.” Toby felt Daniel take a deep breath and he could hear the tears in his brother’s voice. He held him tighter as he continued his story. “Silas was right in what he told you. Carlos and I had sex. He was so gentle with me. I felt cherished and wanted. For the first time in my life, someone wasn’t using me just for their pleasure. Carlos took the time to make sure I enjoyed every part of what he did. He asked constantly what color I was at—I mean he asked if I was okay. He had me on edge until I was begging him to get on with it. When he took me it was slow and so, so, good.”

When Daniel paused Toby dropped a kiss on the back of his neck and waited.

“We fell asleep and I woke up first. It was getting late and I decided to cook dinner. I didn’t want to detour to my room so I borrowed one of Carlos’ shirts and a pair of boxers.  Silas found me in the kitchen and sort of deduced what had happened. He nearly made me burn the dinner,” the affront in Daniel’s voice made Toby grin. “Carlos came down just before I was going to call him. He seemed fine and said thank you for dinner. Then he headed for his home office to finish some work for the club. He was still working at bedtime, so Silas and I headed for bed. Oliver was enforcing the rule that he and Silas were to move slowly, so Silas was still in here with me.

“The next day was when Carlos started being weird. Oh, he still touched me, kissed me, and gave me compliments, but they seemed…I don’t know, empty I suppose. Like he was saying them because he was expected to.

“It even spilled over into the club. We still do scenes but they’re all soft scenes. There’s only the minimum contact. He hasn’t kissed me in front of any other members unless it’s just a kiss on the cheek—or worse, on the forehead, like I’m a little kid. I mean mom used to always kiss on the forehead. Just how old does he think I am?”

Toby was trying hard not laugh. Daniel was getting more and more worked up, and normally that wouldn’t be funny, but Toby had realized what was happening before his brother had even finished telling him about the dinner he and Silas had almost burned. He tried to interrupt, but Daniel was on a roll, so Toby settled for letting his brother get it all off his chest. Toby mentally started working out just how he was going to rip Carlos and a new one for being so blind when the guy was larger than he was.

“The longer it went on the more he pulled away. Tonight, before you arrived, was the first time in what feels like forever that he’d even flirted with me. So, you see, Bro, he must have got he wanted. Now, he just doesn’t know how to ask me to leave nicely.”

Toby shook his head. Turning Daniel to face him again he wiped at the tear tracks on Daniel’s cheeks. “He doesn’t want you to leave you silly thing, he—”

“No, he fucking doesn’t!” came a roar from the doorway.

 


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Wednesday Briefs – Chapter 65

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Chapter 65

Daniel

“I’ll have to find a way to thank Carlos for organizing this.” Daniel passed another hot chocolate to Toby to set on the tray.

“I think it was Tara’s idea actually. All Carlos did was call her ‘cause he was worried about you. She was the one to remind him you had more than one brother.”

Daniel winced and felt guilt rise. He’d been so busy missing Silas he’d barely spared a thought for Toby. It had been just him and Silas for so long he was still getting used to having two brothers again.

Impulsively he pulled Toby into a tight hug.

“I’m glad to have both my brothers back with me. I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

Toby squeezed him tight, then pulled back to look him in the eye. “Then maybe you can tell this brother what is really bothering you?”

Daniel tried to drop his gaze, but Toby’s stubborn one held his. Finally, he nodded. “Okay, tell Tara you’re staying her here tonight, and we can talk in my room when Carlos goes to bed.”

Toby raised an eyebrow but nodded, and they headed for the main room.

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Toby

Everyone had an enjoyable evening. Toby watched as Daniel giggled like a child at the antics of the ogre and donkey on the big screen. Daniel didn’t laugh enough, even as a child he’d been the serious one of them all. He was the voice of reason when he and Silas had wanted to pull some prank or other on some unsuspecting victim. He was also the one everyone went to for advice and help when they were in trouble. But, who did Daniel go to? Toby had never noticed before, but now he realized that Daniel never came to him or Silas for help. Who listened to the listener?

The night finally wound down, and Tara said her goodbyes. Carlos had frowned when Toby insisted he was staying to keep Daniel company but had raised no objections.

A brief good night where Carlos dropped a kiss on the top of Daniel’s head and the two brothers were left alone.

Before long they were both tucked comfortably under the covers of Daniel’s bed, and Toby made Daniel face him. “Talk!”

“Where do you want me to start?”

“You could start by telling why you’re still in this room. I can see all Silas’ things have been moved, so why haven’t yours? I thought you and Carlos had moved on in your relationship now. At least that’s what Silas implied last I spoke to him.”

Daniel hid his face, and Toby grinned at the blush he could see.

“Come on, Bro, you know there are no secrets with us three. Silas only let me know because he was so excited for you. We both thought you’d be too busy with your new master to worry about Silas being away on honeymoon. So, I ask again why are you and all your things still in this room? Why aren’t you all cuddled up with your master? And also, what was that halfhearted kiss he gave you before going to bed? That was hardly the kiss of a lover.”

“Those are the million dollar questions,” Daniel sighed.

 


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