Seattle: My Corner of Darkness

Mind in the Hedge

Dani shook her head. She needed to get her head in the park not the Hedge. Crossing the Hedge had been different this time than last, but it was still the Hedge. Even the darkened edge of the land of the Fae had felt peaceful to her. Okay, so she apparently still clung a touch to the comfort of not fearing death, but she wasn’t seeking it. At least, Trucker had survived the duel that caused the shoe not to fall on her head. Her countering fae magic was sure to come back to haunt her though, but it was the best way she could think of to protect everyone.

So, she was supposed to be practicing trying to catch others thoughts. There a brief glimpse of maternal love and it was gone. Madam Deja’s favor came rushing to the forefront of her mind. How could her cabal rescue the Madam’s “Son” from the New Prince? Dani sighed; she had to learn how to protect the magic she was learning from being overwhelmed by her own issues. She didn’t want to affect anyone’s mind. Ingrid was teaching her to protect others from being influenced. Dani grounded and centered her chi and tried again…


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