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The tourney usually had participants of a male fighter and a female cheer that assists her male in all task until the Goal of winning is achieved. It is Tanyas fourth year as a spectator and she knew quite well that no one had ever reached the finalMoreThe tourney usually had participants of a male fighter and a female cheer that assists her male in all task until the Goal of winning is achieved. It is Tanyas fourth year as a spectator and she knew quite well that no one had ever reached the final stage of the tourney, which involved having to kill a malevolent Duende and Erkling breed, who is a monstrous goblin-like creature that lures the fighters to sleep until he can eat them raw. Of course, this never happens as the fighters are saved by the organizers before they are eaten.So, every year, spectators will often go to the tourney, organised by Queen Zanna, a powerful Sidhe of the human world who ruled with love and respect. And all would always want to see if anyone would finally win the louvre.ExtractI wouldnt call it fate, She said, that little smile still playing on her lips. It was the only available seat closest to the bar, She stated, pointing out the obvious.He was entranced by the smile on those lips. Rather suddenly, he felt like sucking those full heart shaped lips just to see if it would taste like the nectar of the wild dandelions he remembered from growing up. The lips looked so sumptuous. Meanwhile, he snapped out of his fantasy to reply her. He looked up into her eyes first instead and saw that she already caught him staring.“Call it whatever you like, mon Cher, and I will call it whatever I like. I maintain that it is fate that a beautiful one such as you came upon a handsome one as myself tonight.” He winked into her lovely eyes.She rolled her eyes heavenwards as if pleading with the fates to deliver her from him. It wouldn’t be so easy. Not if he also pleaded with the same fates to leave them be.She ignored him and ordered a drink. It was the same he had been drinking before she walked in- floated in more like. Maybe they had more in common after all.“Tell me- are you half fairy and half human? I have been wondering about your beauty and couldn’t come up with a better explanation. Your beauty is unequalled by all in this tavern, as I am sure you have noticed.”Read this book for FREE with Kindle Unlimited.BONUS FREE story included in this book!