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Inside this Book – THE DAWN limped in like some boot-scraping bastard, slow and lame, and dragging the sunlight behind it like a crippled limb. Min groaned and rolled over to put his back to the window. “You’re lying on my hair,” someone told him. Min peeled his eyes open. “Ah,” he said. He had a vague recollection of this woman. Vague enough that he remembered sharing a smile and more than one drink with her last night. And sadly vague enough that he doubted he had acquitted himself well. The woman’s arched eyebrows told him as much. He shifted slightly and let the woman tug her red tresses back to herself. “Aiode,” she told him, holding out a pale, freckled hand. She kept her other arm clasped across her chest, keeping the blanket from slipping down and revealing what Min was sure was a lovely bosom. “Aiode Nettle. Since I’m sure you don’t remember.” The surname surprised him a little. Min wasn’t in the habit of bedding the Gifted, even though with the name Aiode had chosen she probably ranked no higher than a hedgewitch. Clearly he’d made an exception because Aiode, even with her tangled bed-hair and lines on her face from the pillow, was beautiful.
Inside this book –Anhaga PDF Book by Lisa Henry – THE VILLAGE of Anhaga clung to the cliffs above the coastline like a cluster of barnacles on a rock. In the golden light of the late afternoon, it looked almost picturesque. Gray gulls arced through the salt-sharp air, calling to one another in desolate tones. Smaller birds that Min couldn’t identify flurried from one rooftop to the next. The village seemed to be built along several steep streets that led down the cliffside to the ocean. Wooden docks bristled into the water, and boats bobbed in their moorings. Min had been expecting something more from a village caught in the shadow of the Hidden Lord. Something dark, disquieting. Instead, children played on the cobbled streets, and men and women went about their business just as they would in the streets of Amberwich. In the town square—which in reality resembled no shape found in either nature or geometry—Min asked for directions to the inn, and an unassuming building with sagging eaves was pointed out to him. It wasn’t until they were closer that Min saw the sign swinging from the post above the door: three faded fishes fanned out like a hand of cards. Harry waited outside with the horses while Min went to enquire about lodgings. The taproom of the Three Fishes was small but pleasant. A fire was already burning in the hearth, sending waves of warmth throughout the room. The innkeeper introduced himself as Heron, seemed surprised that Min actually wanted to stay, and then sent his daughter to go and stable the horses around the back.
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- Full Book Name – Anhaga
- Author of this Book – Lisa Henry
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Romance, Fantasy, Literature
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