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vixen mobile Vixen PDFD Hugo was still breathing easily although sweat gathered on his forehead despite the damp chill of the crypt Stephens heart raced and his sword arm was a bodily extension of pure pain The light flickered in front of his eyes and he blinked to clear his vision Hugo danced and whirled in front of him and now it seemed that he had lost the momentum that control had passed to the younger man He was being beaten back to the wall It may have been a trick of the light and his own fatigue but Hugo seemed to come closer until his vivid green eyes filled with loathing and deadly purpose pierced Stephens body as surely as his sword soon would And then it came A lunge in high carte He couldnt summon the strength to bring his sword up in order to deflect it and he felt the smooth steel enter his body Hugo Lattimer withdrew his blade from the crumpled body of Stephen Gresham Blood dripped to the floor He stared dazed and unseeing at the faces around the wall Elizabeth swayed in front of him He wanted to go to her to support her but he couldnt It was not his right He had just killed her husband He watched helpless as she slipped unconscious to the floor And the men who half an hour before would have drunkenly participated in her dishonor averted suddenly sober eyes from the still figure Jasper Gresham moved suddenly a vicious oath on his lips He knelt beside his fathers body ripping the shirt away from his chest where the blood pumped forth It had been a neat thrust to the heart Stephen would have died instantly For a second Jaspers finger traced the strange design pricked into his fathers skin above the hearta tiny coiled serpent He looked up at Hugo and their eyes locked It was a silent message but nonetheless lucid Somehow somewhere Jasper Gresham would be revenged for his fathers death It didnt matter that it had been a clean death in a duel fought according to the rites and ceremonies of the practice It didnt matter that in his fifty two years Stephen Gresham had fought ten such battlesall to the death All that mattered to Jasper Gresham was that twenty year old Hugo Lattimer had defeated his father and he would avenge that humiliation Hugo turned aside Elizabeth stirred and moaned No lo.

D Hugo was still breathing easily although sweat gathered on his forehead despite the damp chill of the crypt Stephens heart raced and his sword arm was a bodily extension of pure pain The light flickered in front of his eyes and he blinked to clear his vision Hugo danced and whirled in front of him and now it seemed that he had lost the momentum that control had passed to the younger man He was being beaten back to the wall It may have been a trick of the light and his own fatigue but Hugo seemed to come closer until his vivid green eyes filled with loathing and deadly purpose pierced Stephens body as surely as his sword soon would And then it came A lunge in high carte He couldnt summon the strength to bring his sword up in order to deflect it and he felt the smooth steel enter his body Hugo Lattimer withdrew his blade from the crumpled body of Stephen Gresham Blood dripped to the floor He stared dazed and unseeing at the faces around the wall Elizabeth swayed in front of him He wanted to go to her to support her but he couldnt It was not his right He had just killed her husband He watched helpless as she slipped unconscious to the floor And the men who half an hour before would have drunkenly participated in her dishonor averted suddenly sober eyes from the still figure Jasper Gresham moved suddenly a vicious oath on his lips He knelt beside his fathers body ripping the shirt away from his chest where the blood pumped forth It had been a neat thrust to the heart Stephen would have died instantly For a second Jaspers finger traced the strange design pricked into his fathers skin above the hearta tiny coiled serpent He looked up at Hugo and their eyes locked It was a silent message but nonetheless lucid Somehow somewhere Jasper Gresham would be revenged for his fathers death It didnt matter that it had been a clean death in a duel fought according to the rites and ceremonies of the practice It didnt matter that in his fifty two years Stephen Gresham had fought ten such battlesall to the death All that mattered to Jasper Gresham was that twenty year old Hugo Lattimer had defeated his father and he would avenge that humiliation Hugo turned aside Elizabeth stirred and moaned No lo.

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❮Reading❯ ➳ Vixen ➬ Author Jane Feather – Angharad-tomos.co Prologue January The shadows of the two duelists thrown by the massive altar candles danced long and eerie on the stone walls of the crypt The only sounds were the soft padding of their stocking feet❮Reading❯ ➳ Vixen ➬ Author Jane Feather – Angharad-tomos.co Prologue January The shadows of the two duelists thrown by the massive altar candles danced long and eerie on the stone walls of the crypt The only sounds were the soft padding of their stocking feet Prologue January The shadows of the two duelists thrown by the massive altar candles danced long and eerie on the stone walls of the crypt The only sounds were the soft padding of their stocking feet on the granite tombstone slabs the singing of steel on steel and their swift yet measured breathing Ten men and one woman watched the deadly ballet They stood motionless around the walls barely breathing only their eyes moving as they followed the dance The womans hands were clenched so tightly against her skirt that her fingers were bloodless Her waxen pallor had a greenish tinge to it and her eyes usually the vivid blue of a field of cornflowers were so pale as to be almost opaueas pale as her lips The duelists were both tall powerful men evenly matched except in age One of them seemed barelythan a stripling the other a man in midlife with graying hair and a solid muscled body that moved with a surprising speed and lightness to combat the youthful athleticism of his opponent There was a moment when the older mans foot slipped in a trail of blood that dripped from a cut in his opponents arm There was an almost imperceptible stirring of the air around the watchers but he recovered smoothly and only he knew that his adversary had drawn back for the split second necessary for him to regain balance and pace The knowledge of this courtesy gave Stephen Gresham no pleasure He neither wanted nor expected such favors in a combat that could have only one end He pressed the attack with a new ferocity employing the skills learned and practiced over thirty years relying on the relative inexperience of his opponent to offer him an opening But Hugo Lattimers guard never dropped He seemed content to let Stephen make the running parrying with deft economy turning aside the opposing blade at every thrust Stephen could feel that he was tiring and he knew that if greater experience couldnt prevail then youth woul.

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