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Cut and Run Chapter 5

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Soon, Cria had started using her tail tip to ‘inspect’ me as well as her hands, and I noticed that she was now blepping with her tongue, also she had curled her tail around my feet, and that she was now standing REAL close to me.

“Uh Boss, I’m starting to feel a little uncomfortable here. Could you back off a bit please?” She just looked at me in my eyes, and shook her head ‘No’.

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The Covet Corner Hotel: Chapter 11

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Welcome back!

What’s that? You found a job in the hotel? That’s great! I guess that means you’ll be staying with us for a while. If you haven’t already, I would suggest you pay a visit to the sixth floor and open an account with the hotel’s bank. Surprised? Considering everything else we have here, a bank isn’t all that surprising, now is it?

Whatever you do though, please don’t head up there through the elevators or stairs near the back of the hotel. If you do, you’ll end up at the ‘Snow Peaks’ section of the floor, and unless you remember to bring a sweater then you might freeze your fingers off. I’m sure one of the yukki-onnas are bound to let you in and warm up before that happens, but they might expect you to repay the favor.

It’s located closer to the front end of the hotel, near the 200’s. Oh, you’re going up right now? Good. Glad I could be of help. Have a good day, and thanks again for staying here with us here at the Covet Corner Hotel.

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A Whisper of Dusk, Chapter 3, Opposites Attach

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“How is it, that you were able to understand her, Majin Arawn?” asked Victoria.
“It is quite simple, your Highness. A long time ago, I learned to speak Baby.”
“That’s preposterous Arawn, babies don’t speak.” She claimed, with her own Mother looking dubiously over her shoulder at me.
“Well then, let me give you a demonstration your Highness.” I then turned and addressed her baby. After a few interchanges, I came up with a suitable reply.
“According to your daughter, the reason why she doesn’t like to feed immediately after you bathe, is that the soap you use is overly spicy.”

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