Through the Woods (part 10)

For those of you who’ve followed TTW for this long, I know this was something you’d be looking forward to and were probably disappointed when you checked my blog on Sunday. I am honestly, sincerely sorry for not posting that day. But well, finally I’m here, and you can stop bothering that pretty head of yours predicting what’ll happen next. As always, here’s a link for the previous parts if you haven’t caught up to them. Without further ado, let’s get right into it.

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Through the Woods (part 9)

Click here to read the previous parts.

Jozsef was a loyal servant. The decision to follow Princess Jo and see what she was up to wasn’t an easy one. She was, after all, the daughter of his mistress. But Jozsef had pledged loyalty to the queen, not to her daughter.

Presently, he stood behind one of the pillars, quietly watching as the princess in the Thysia’s outfit carried a bundle of some clothes inside his room. Jozsef was a smart man. He knew she was going to help him escape. The real question was- should he tell Queen Auttaminen or catch both of them red-handed, present them to her and be a hero? The second option seemed to call out to him. And the smartest of men yield to temptation once in a while.

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The Mystery Blogger Award

I don’t know how to begin. Excited would probably be an understatement for what I’m feeling now. It’s my first nomination! *Fireworks, balloons popping, fountain of champagne*

Thank you so much to Claire Yang for nominating me for this award. I’m truly bursting with gratitude. She writes wonderful poetry and she recently finished a novella narrated in parts, so why don’t you guys go and give her blog a look?

A round of applause for Okoto Enigma, who’s the creator of this award.

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Through the Woods (part 8)

Click here to read the previous parts.

Jo started telling Ivaan the plan for escape. “There’s a secret passage in the castle that only I and mother know about. Getting out of it will be easy; it’s the getting to it that’s hard. But if you do as I tell you, it will go from the level of being impossible to being difficult.”

“I’m all ears,” he replied, shifting closer to the bed’s edge.

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