Chapter 19: Eyes and Ears
Taweel turned over and stared hard at the entrance, automatically tensed to defend … what? His cot? With a grunt, he flopped back onto his bed and waited for the culprit to show himself.
Delicate brown fingers stirred the sheer curtains. Dark eyes with thick lashes peered through the gap. Twisting braids. Pointed ears. The boy was definitely a Weaver. And curious.
“Who are you?” Taweel asked.
The question was all the invitation the young angel needed. He hurried over to confide, “I’m Weft. Loris is my mentor.”
Taweel grunted again. So the Weaver had a name. And an apprentice.
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