By Charlotte Boyett-Compo
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For the first time, she saw the guilt in her half-sister's face and knew Ky was as ashamed of the outcome of that fateful night as she, herself, was. "You are right," Aradia said, surprising Ky. "I am not nearly the woman you are. Perhaps you should relieve me of the responsibility of these warriors and take it for yourself. It takes a woman who has known the fire of the cauldron and survived it to lead. " Phillipa sat back on her haunches and stared with pride at Aradia. There could have been no better way to diffuse the situation than the one she had used.
He probed her mind but could not pluck her thoughts from the ether. " "The tears I have shed and will continue to shed for as long as I live. " Rajkon flinched. "Try not to dwell on these things, child. " Kathleen kept her mind closed to the casual prying of her friend. She had learned early on to securely lock her thoughts so they would not be "read" by the men in the fortress. It was easy for her to do, but often left her drained to the point of exhaustion. She had lethal enemies among the Brothers.
A concerted intake of breath among the other listeners drew all sound from the clearing. Women stepped back, away from Ky and her half-sister, expecting trouble. Aradia stood still, infinitely aware of the charged atmosphere. She felt the women's eyes on her, heard the nervous sounds as their breaths returned to them in anticipation of her reprisal. She looked into Ky's hostile face, saw gloating in the stare that fused with her own, and understood--as she never had before--just how much Ky resented the sacrifice she had made for her three years before.