~Tamia~ I could not believe that Amanda was manipulating Vino too. Sitting on the plane with her made me sick, and it wasn't just me. Leo and Avery too. She was indeed a snake. I could not believe the weak, innocent-looking bitch could pull off so many stunts. I was going to enjoy getting information out of her. Sylvester pulled me close to comfort me, but I was angrier than upset. I masked my emotions so he would not feel his touch wasn't enough. Based on everyone's countenance, it would have been nice if we did not have to fly in the same plane with Amanda, the snake. "I lost a lot of good soldiers," Devin started, and I understood his anger. We lost a lot while they schemed to cause a war. "We almost went to war, and to think this bitch and her father were behind it all. Vino, too," he said and balled his fist in anger. "There was so much I lost trying to secure my region and push back. All the while, I thought the Volkovs were the problem, and I put my life on hold for it,"
~Tamia~ I looked at Sylvester, and I knew he was angry. Avery went to sit on the couch while Marcel and Theodore stood around waiting for an explanation. I knew what they would hear would crush them, but they asked for it. "Tamia, please tell them what you found out about Devin's venture in the south," Sylvester said, and I shook my head. "Lord Marcel has blamed me for a lot today already. I think it is best you tell them yourself. I am here because I have been accused of causing a rift between friends," I said, and Marcel chuckled. "No one said that, Tamia," he said gently. "But you implied it," Avery said, coming to my defence. "Very well then. I am sorry if it came across like that. I was just disappointed that Sylvester would keep vital information from us." He said, and I shook my head. "Did it ever occur to you that he did it out of love and he was trying to protect the two of you?" I said and looked at Sylvester. "The three of you grew up together; why let someone like A
~Tamia~ I woke up early in the morning, pumped up to accomplish some things, and saw Sylvester on his computer. He seemed a bit sad, and I knew it had to do with what we told Marcel and Theodore. "Hey," I said softly, and he smiled at me. "No need to pretend, darling; I know you are sad," I said, and he nodded. "Marcel did not take it well," he confessed, and I thought as much. "He was bound to know eventually, and at least now they both know. They will move on from it," I said, and he nodded. "Did you order the caesarean?" I asked, and he nodded. "Everything went well yesterday afternoon. She should be fully healed by now. No silver was involved, and she had three healthy babies. They are caring for the babies at the hospital, but she is back. Wison and William are watching her. Also, Vino is currently receiving treatment in the general hospital in Lucland. They said he would be fine, but he is yet to wake up," He told me, and I nodded. "Very well, I will question the bitch af
~Sylvester~ Tamia had done a number on Amanda by requesting a caesarean. It was as if all her defences had been stripped off entirely. When Tamia linked me to inform me that Larry was the king man, honestly, I took it as one of Amanda's lies. I sent people to Larry's house, and they told me that the people in his house said he had travelled to Grizlo. I wondered what he was doing in Grizlo, but I was also a bit pissed that maybe I had been misled again. I wanted to take over the interrogation myself when I barged in and saw what they had done to the treacherous woman. "Larry isn't at his house; he left two nights ago, according to his wife," I growled, angry that Amanda would have the effrontery to mislead us again. "She claims he is in his apartment in Gad. They were to meet there." Tamia said, and I looked at Amanda. She had been crying. Her face looked messed up, and I was sure Amanda did not know that her face was severely burnt. There was no way the silver burns did not hurt,
~Sylvester~I returned to my room after the meeting, and Tamia was waiting for me with a broad smile on her face. "I told you she would talk," she teased, and I went to hold her. I bent to kiss her neck, and the moan that escaped her lips was so inviting that I wanted to sink in my teeth badly and make her fully mine.I pulled away, knowing I had a mission at hand and I needed to move fast."So?" she asked with a broad grin, and I already knew what she would say. I knew she would want to know when we would go to Gad. There was no avoiding it. I took Leo's advice because Tamia would not back down if I said no.I sighed before replying so she would sense I was making a difficult decision."Out with it, your majesty," She said, pouting her lips. I wanted to grab her and kiss them, but duty called."Marcel is talking to an airline company that would get us into Gad covertly, while Theodore has sent the shadow guards covertly," I said, and she frowned."Why not warriors? Why guards?" She
~Sylvester~ We walked into the building and found Larry sitting on the couch in the living room. There was rage inside me, but I controlled it. Devin advanced toward him, but something was wrong with the scene. He was too calm about the situation for comfort. By now, he should have reached out to his security and found out they are dead. "I see she talked," He said and turned to look at us. Devin stopped moving towards him. I guess he too, sensed something was wrong. "I must commend you for getting this far, Sylvester," he said without addressing me by my title, which showed that he had given up pretences. "When you took over from Maurice, we believed it would be easy. You weren't so difficult like your father and easy to manipulate because you tried not to be like him. Then the eastern bitch came into your life, and suddenly you weren't so hasty anymore," he said and shook his head gently to show he was stressed. His eyes were fixed on me. He wasn't paying attention to others
~Sylvester~ I remained attentive, listening to all that Larry had to say. I will be attentive as long as he doesn't use the pouch in his hand. I also had to think of what to do if he blew the silver dust into the air. If that happened, I told everyone to hold their breath and head to the exit. Hopefully, we weren't locked in. "Your father and his friends didn't only ruin her; they told her I could do nothing about it. That she should be grateful that they fancied her enough to touch her. They told her no one would care even if she reported. It was common to practise, and they were right. I knew Maurice initiated it, and those two joined him as always," he said and chuckled. "I always wondered if they would share their mates like that, but they never did. This implies they knew what they were doing was wrong and degrading, but they felt it was okay since they could get away with it. Their jobs were to protect, lead and serve the people, not ruin lives. They broke homes and ruin
~Sylvester~ The shock was intense, and I could not believe my eyes. Lucas Sidorov looked at us, frail and speechless; he was short of words and had to be because he had a lot of explaining to do. Snapping out of the shock, I reached for the burning silver and helped the man remove his chains, Marcel joined in, but he was on autopilot. He wasn't thinking, just acting, while he processed what had just happened. "Let us take him to the van and leave this place. I need to call Dominic," I told him, and he nodded. "Theodore, I need you to call Kappa Wilson and William. Have them guard Linda and tell them to tell Bryce to check the workers in his ranks. Larry's silence might be a signal for something sinister; it would be wrong to find out," I linked Theodore. "I have already done that. I wished I had brought her with me." He linked me back, and I could feel his panic, but there was little we could do from afar. I closed the link and took out my phone to call Dominic. Lucas was hobbling