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Demon Stones (COMPLETED)

Novel By: writinglover
Gay and lesbian

A young noble meets and falls in love with a thief, and later learns there is more to his Noble father than meets the eye. He decides to join with the thieves, and help them. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Sep 17, 2012    Reads: 46    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   

It didn't take long for them to find their way out of the fortress, following the directions Breely had given Jarin. Once outside, they all mounted and ran their horses as far away as possible. There was not a reason to stay and try to find someone with any more answers about Kain. Whoever was involved had strong magic behind them, and they did not have the abilities to combat it.
Jarin had insisted on carrying Kain in front of himself, since he felt partly responsible for the things that had happened to him. Kain still had not moved, and Jarin was concerned about him. He could have been seriously drugged, or may just be very tired and stressed out. Jarin was guessing the former. Either way, he wanted to take care of Kain.
Two hours after nightfall, Devin allowed them to stop. They set up camp and cooked something to eat. While they were eating, Jarin felt Kain stir, while he was still leaning against him.
The blond man opened his eyes slowly, unsure of his surroundings. When Jarin placed an arm around him, Kain leaned into him.
Jarin looked at Devin, who looked worried.
"How are you feeling, Kain?" The older man asked this carefully, so Kain would have time to digest the words.
Kain looked confused, but answered. "I feel okay...Just tired and groggy."
Jarin smiled at him, noticing that the smaller man had not moved away from him. He seemed to be taking comfort in him, instead.
Kain glanced around, settling on Devin again. "What happened? The last thing I remember is going into that room, and someone touched my mind...I blacked out, after that. Where are we?"
Devin shook his head slowly, regretting ever going to the wizard's house, in the first place. "We were attacked, and you were taken away. The wizard was murdered, and that is where it all began. According to Breely, the man who rescued you, the real danger was a magic user behind it, trying to get you. We would not let that happen, and left as soon as we had you back."
Kain nodded. "I see." He glanced at the guards. "Who are they?"
Devin glared at the leader. "Guards who were hired to watch you, once you were captured. They have agree to a plea bargain, so they will work with us."
At this, the leader nodded. "It was a mistake to work for our former employer. I quit, along with all my men. We did not know magic was involved. I promise."
Kain nodded at him. "Okay. As long as you can help get us somewhere safe, I will believe you. We don't know this area very well."
"Thank you," the leader glanced at his brother, who was now fast asleep.
Devin glanced around. "Well, I think we should get some sleep, once everyone finished eating."
Jarin searched the trees with his eyes, for the tenth time. He was worried about Breely. The young man had not returned, and Jarin hoped he was not harmed. He was not sure how he felt about Breely being alive, but he couldn't help being worried.


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