"Trust me, I would rather die than see the girl come to harm,"
March searched his eyes, then nodded once, sharply, turning away. "All right. I will accept it. But I will
be somewhere close, where she can find me if she needs me."
"Not too close," cautioned Feor. "Sif may not know her, but you are another matter. And where you are,
he might well expect to find Anghara."
"I cannot abandon her!"
"You will not," Feor said softly. "None of us can. None of us will. But we can be more useful to her now
if we let her go. She tried to fly tonight, and almost broke her wings beyond re; we must let her go, to
learn what she might of survival. She is strong, March; strong enough to doom herself if we let her."
Unexpectedly, March's warrior eyes prickled with tears. "She's a little girl," he whispered.
Feor shook his head rising. "She is a queen," he said, very softly.
THE REMARKABLE EPIC JOURNEY OF
ANGHARA KIR HAMA WILL BE
CONCLUDED IN CHANGER OF DAYS
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