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Black Moon Temple Part 2They had been walking for what seemed an age to Aardrin. The stairway beneath the temple's trap door had looked long and deep to begin with, but the further they went without finding the bottom, the longer it seemed to become. The narrow passage was suffocating and cold and there was no hint of what might wait below' the stone walls were bare of any carvings or runes like there had been on the outside. It was infuriating, and difficult to remain calm.Black Moon Temple Part 2 by Captain-Savvy
Sybil walked before him with her pistol still drawn, no happier than her husband at the turn of events. The steps were incredibly narrow, uncomfortably small for their feet, and they had to walk at an almost sideways angle to keep from stumbling (and stumble Aardron had already done quite a few times). The single torch left to them after their entrapment still had some time before it would burn out- but it would only last so long, and then what?
"Do these bloody stairs have an end?" The blonde-and-red haired man grumbled beneath his breat
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Mael+Cossette Chapter 21Chapter Twenty-one (Mael)Mael+Cossette Chapter 21 by Destinyfall
Leaving her there was the hardest thing I had ever had to do. Calling up every ounce of decency I had, I left her wanting me. My God she had wanted me, her essence screamed it, but I could not do it, not yet. I found myself in my room, staring blankly, disbelieving I had walked out, that I had given up the chance of a life time! I promised her she could trust me and that meant even when she was not in her right mind. So young and so innocent, so uneducated in the ways of the heart as she had said. Yes, she was and she would have given herself to me tonight... why, I wasn't sure. I did nothing differently. I had been a scoundrel and kissed her forcefully, I had accused her of being in my room and I had shamelessly forgotten myself when addressing her attire. The things I should have said, should have done all racked my brain until I felt more tired than I had ever felt. I had done everything wrong and yet... she had look at me in a way she hadn't before. I saw