The Lark and the Bull by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Two

Chapter Two The first thing Lark did that morning was stretch, only to immediately decide that was not the best of ideas as she began to ache in parts of her body she didn’t usually even remember she possessed. She was remembering with horror every detail of what had happened the night before. Although the […]
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