By Laurie J. Marks
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Extra resources for Delan the Mislaid (The first book in the Children of Triad series)
Eia was playful as an onfrit. My shyness gave way to an intense, demanding, fierce hunger. Untended, the vegetable stew threatened to scorch. Eia leapt out of bed at last, to add water and stir it vigorously, leaving me sprawled where I was, my life’s first orgasm still shivering in my muscles, my nipples wet from Eia’s mouth and standing up in the chill. Id returned to me in haste, the corners of ids eyes crinkled with laughter, but came gasping and frantic from our kiss, hands trembling as id turned a wing for me.
Explaining the mechanics of flight, Eia sounded unnervingly like Teksan in the schoolroom. But unlike Teksan, who talked at length and repeated himself often, Eia said each thing with brevity, and only once. Id seemed to assume that I would remember it, and that if there was anything I did not understand, I would ask. I did remember, and the only thing I did not understand was how I was supposed to continue to remember when I was in the air and terrified. That was a question I was given no chance to ask.
Even her tiny weight hurt my back. Somehow, I kept walking all day. The road twisted among scattered farms and hills. The features of the countryside blurred in my vision and in my memory. I realized I was very ill, but my recent wayfellow, indifference, kept me walking. I began stumbling and falling, and yet when Dulcie, sun golden and chirping with anxiety, tugged on my shirt, I got up and walked again. I lost track of where I was or what direction I was going. I left the road without noticing it, following Dulcie deep into trackless, uncultivated land.
Delan the Mislaid (The first book in the Children of Triad series) by Laurie J. Marks