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“And then they lived happily ever after,” Constance said at last. “Wasn't that how the storyteller ended it?”
D’Artagnan hardly remembered the storyteller now. He and Constance had been little more than children then- hungry, lost, and desperate enough to make a little coin that they had sold the tale of how they escaped from the witch who had kidnapped them both to a storyteller for the price of dinner. They had consequently lost all rights, in perpetuity, to tell anyone the tale. This had left them to lamely answer- whenever someone asked them how they knew so much about witches, warlocks, and demons- ‘… because?’ Constance was morally opposed to paying money to watch someone who wasn’t even there tell their story, but they had seen his show once. As d’Artagnan recalled, he had ended it with that very line.
D'Artagnan and Constance are renowned monster hunters who are commissioned to rescue a queen- and find themselves in the midst of something much more complicated.
To start with, Phineas believed he must be imagining the way Philip was looking at him. Whatever it was, it was probably only significant inside of Phineas’ distracted mind. But once he’d started to notice it – or started to imagine it – he’d been looking at Philip a little differently too.