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The Elven Bride (part four)The Elven Bride and Newborn Prince(Part Four)By Wyatt Nelson Once again, countess Laviah was throwing glass objects around in her study and screaming in another fit of rage. Once again, her plans had been foiled! This time someone had acted before her, and had kidnapped her nephew! King Mathian's letter lay open on the mahogany desk, and she had already sent her men out to find the elf with the young prince Norai'ah. All she could do now was hope they found the prince first. And what was more, she thought as she chewed the end of her fingernail worriedly, Jaros's next to last letter had mentioned a third party who was interested in king Mathian's son. Unfortunately, not much was known about this party, other then the fact that they were a group of individuals that acted as one. She was waiting for Jaros to report back with more information, but her spy had been out of contact for days. Something might have happened and she had no way of
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The Elven Bride (part one)The Elven Bride and Newborn PrinceBy Wyatt NelsonJan. 8 2012 Princess Kasa'Kerrie strode down the carpeted corridor of castle Kaiah'Nor, her long sapphire blue hair swaying behind her as she took long sweeping strides. To all observers, she appeared outwardly calm and composed, but inside she was seething with ill tempered anger. Throughout the castle rumors were spreading faster then an avalanche on the side of Mt. Dor'vwan. And it just so happened that one of these rumors reached the ear of the person it concerned the most. As, Kasa'Kerrie was on her way to verify the castle gossip, she bumped into her second cousin, Gwynlen who was headed in the opposite direction. "Kasa'Kerrie!" Gwynlen exclaimed as he saw who it was that he had ran into. "Sorry. I was on my way to see you." He apologized. "Why?" Kasa'Kerrie asked, a frown creasing her pale forehead. "Is it true