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Balanced in an Angel’s Eyes


Twenty-five years ago …

Cassiel had agreed to meet her brother in the conservatory, the room she’d been obliged to choose as her favourite; it was the one place the unpleasant little thrall seemed disinclined to linger. If her husband weren’t so patently absorbed with his work to the abstraction of all else, she might have suspected that the thrall had been sent to spy on her rather than to serve as Micah’s nurse. But old Satarel simply wasn’t that cunning. The thrall was just what she appeared to be, an irritating nuisance with a knack for disappearing every time Cassiel wanted to relieve herself of the child and a nasty habit of being everywhere Cassiel sought privacy — except for the blessed conservatory.

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