“Despite the way that he had practically driven her friend out of Bremgar, she found that she respected this dwarf instantly. There was no prevarication about him. No pretense. She liked that, and found that she was able to relax slightly. “Ye are Princess Aurelias, are ye not?” She nodded her head. “Yes, I am she.” He sat back in his chair, exactly as a king might, and spent long minutes in the assessment of her character. When he had apparently reached some sort of favorable conclusion, he leaned over the polished wood and put his thick arms down onto the surface. His face was very intent. “Mine war councils have been in session for over a fortnight arguing their cases before me.” He slammed a meaty fist down onto the table, and Auri had to work hard not to twitch a muscle. “But I say th’ time fer talk is long past.””
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