Hannah's POVI felt shifting beside me the sounds of whimpers forcing my eyes open, I pulled my body from the bed reaching over shaking her slightly, realizing she was having another night-terror which would be the second one tonight."Patience," I called out twice and I watched as her eyes opened slowly, fear present in her gaze as she moved into my hold quickly r
Hannah's POV"Phillip," I called out remembering his name from the time I had met the boy, and worry filled me as I wondered if he had been kilt but it died slowly when he removed himself from the shadows."Ms. Hannah" he called out he was no more than 15 but could pass for 18 with his height and build.
Hannah's POVI slowly continued to move down the road leaving town, my eyes catching Victor who was a minute away, I sped up my pace turning the minute into seconds as I stopped beside him."Madam" He greeted and I nodded as he climbed up sitting beside me, we moved off once more and I sighed growing tired of the non-
Hannah's POVHer head was resting on my shoulder as we laid in my bed, my hand moving up and down her back slowly, leaving me at peace."Are you okay?" I asked softly and she hummed in response snuggling into me, making me smile.
Hannah's POVI laughed as I held onto the reins stopping the horse."I don't think I'm ready for practical training," she announced increasing my laughter.
Patience's POVI opened my eyes restless, after what felt like hours of trying to fall asleep. I turned to look at her sleeping figure, the warmth I felt in her embrace leaving me with a feeling of safety.The rain sounded, I had decided on getting some water minutes ago, but I feared waking her in the process knowing she was a light sleeper. I shifted slightly pau
Hannah's POVI sat there comfortably, my gaze of appreciation staying on her as she continued to read the poem I had asked her to. A small smile met my face as I took in the slight movements of her lips as she read which complimented her look of deep concentration."Ms Gails," I heard Ms Brown call out and I turned my head facing her, snapping out of my trance."What is this?" I asked softly frowning, taking the letter from her outstretched hands."It was sent by your father," she announced as I began pulling it open."Thank you, Ms Brown," I replied silently dismissing her, I leaned back in the chair as I unfolded the paper reading the words written.I'm writing this letter with nothing but disgrace and shame in mind, your actions have left me dishonoured and in utter disbelief. Mr Walters has informed me of your trespasses against him and his family, you shall return Mr Walters property at once, Patsy is not yours to k