Velandro's Revenge

Scheme

by MrMarkus

Tags: #f/f #fantasy #romantic
See spoiler tags : #deprogramming

This story is a sequel to "Trojan Tiara". It should stand reasonably well on its own, but it's better if you read that story first.

This story is a work of fiction; any apparent resemblance between the characters in this story and any actual persons living or dead is purely coincidental and unintentional.

Do not read this story if you are under the age of 18 or if explicit sexual fiction is illegal in your jurisdiction.

This story contains mind control and explicit descriptions of sexual intercourse between two women. If any of these concepts disturb you, find something else to read.

copyright 2007 by MrMarkus (aka marcus)

 

Makorin stepped into the count’s room as if already looking for an escape route. “My lord,” he finally began, “I regret to inform you that the plan has failed.”

“Thank you for the warning,” the count growled as he rubbed the bandage on the back of his hand. “I might never have found out without you.”

The visitor winced a bit at the rebuke, and continued, “Also, the Baroness has rescinded our welcome—.”

“Really?” Velandro responded dryly. He pointed to the open bags lying in the corner. “Get the servants in here to finish packing up.”

Makorin smartly turned to leave on his errand. The Count interrupted, “One moment. What about the thief you hired for this job?”

“I recruited a local woman who seemed to have a talent for burglary; Lirya something-or-other. She never met the assassin I hired to convey her ‘final payment’. I believe that she was captured.”

Velandro choked back another snide remark about the timeliness of Makorin’s report, and let him continue.

“I took care to avoid letting her know anything that would connect her to us. Most likely, she’s dead by now, unless Malyenne is still playing with her.”

Velandro nodded. “Probably.” He looked thoughtful. “However, before we leave, ask our remaining friends on Rylaris’ staff to find out for certain.”

“Yes, my lord. I don’t see how that information will be useful, though.”

“You never know. Perhaps even you will turn out to be useful, before this is over.”

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