By ed. by Robert Asprin, Lynn Abbey
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She had been a find, that one. Able to speak court Rankene, and read and write: a rare find And she was strong. He could sense that in people. After what this girl had been through it was surprising she retained her sanity. Cade had seen the scars that covered her back and thighs. He liked her; she was good and if he didn't need her he would free her from life's black curse, but first ... "Some here might still know me," he said. " He stood up. " He picked up his sword belt and buckled it about his waist.
He picked up his sword belt and buckled it about his waist. "Tomorrow," he addressed the two, "I will ride into town at dawn. I will go straight to Terrel's home. Let those who might care know that I am here. You two must remember: You do not know me, I do not know you. " He smiled and turned to go. " The mercenary just looked up. "Tomor- row, go to the guild. Get a few guards for this house, especially a good bowman. " Targ asked. Cade shrugged. " And with that he was gone- Targ got up and locked the door.
She just nodded. "Good. Sarah, we will talk later. I am here. I cannot take away what has happened, but I am here. " With that he was gone. She sat there staring at the goblet. She should get up, show him the room, the room she had prepared, prepared months ago, but he would find it, know it was for him. The dim light from the window glinted off the enamel overlay of the goblet. He was ... Terrel had never said much about Cade, not Cade as a man. He was full of stories of their childhood, of the slow decline into poverty, of the family holding itself together fiercely, as all around them melted into the grayness of despair.
Aftermath by ed. by Robert Asprin, Lynn Abbey