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The House of the Seventh Minuet XCI

The Ballad of the Kingdom of Music – Bailéad Ríocht Ceoil [ re-ocht coe-ill] – Part III At the outer reaches of Tierney Ríocht, music ceased to flow. Without it, magic began to fade, and its leaving meant the undoing of the … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet XC

The Ballad of the Kingdom of Music – Bailéad Ríocht Ceoil [re-ocht coe-ill] – Part II The beings of Tierney Ríocht sought to name Moss as their king, but he declined. Instead, he chose one of his great-granddaughters to be queen, … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXIX

The Ballad of the Kingdom of Music – Bailéad Ríocht Ceoil [ re-ocht coe-ill] – Part I Before there was music there was only silence, and before there was magic there was only metal and stone. But then the first note rang … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXVIII

“Scowl as much as you want to,” Aubré told Stefan, his expression just as disdainful, “but Tobias wouldn’t be here if it hadn’t been for Lady Ashleen and Brom. He knew what was happening to faerie-kind back when he began … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXVII

I couldn’t find the words to speak, so Stefan asked the question that was on my mind. “You mean Brielle is a vampire now?” “For now,” Nikolai said. “But Ingrid is young for a vampire, which had a lot to … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXVI

This chapter reverts back to the point-of-view of Leila Moss. The dining room was nearly full once everyone had come down. Aubré sat at the far end of the table and kept himself busy talking to Tobias. Brom was able … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXV

The ride back to the manor house was uneventful. Leila explained that it was Jean-Marc’s home, and the other musicians each had a home of their own. It was curious to hear Layla refer to them as musicians, rather than … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXIV

This chapter is told from the point of view of Stefan Nilsson Holding Leila felt incredibly good. After all the terror and frustration I’d just been feeling, I needed her hugs. I wasn’t ready to tell her why I’d gotten … Continue reading

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The House of the Seventh Minuet LXXXIII

After a while of calling, a pair of ravens flew past me, cawing. They landed on a branch and pecked at it until I looked up at them. “Are you trying to get my attention, or am I misinterpreting?” One … Continue reading

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