After finding a safe spot away from the crowded streets of Budapest, I teleported back to Phanteon, inside my chamber specifically to place all the important materials I bought and replace the ones I wanted to replace. My conversation with Viscount Daniel was fruitful. Now, I was more cautious, more alert with him and with the people around me.
I found the room already warm; the fireplace lit and fresh of logs, but Serena wasn’t around. I tuned in my version of a GPS in our mate bond, and there I found her already on Ehnrelil. My brows furrowed. She was due to visit the place tomorrow, but why was she there now?
I mind-linked her instead to get the answer.
“I want to know more about fae pregnancies,” was her explanation. She also informed me about the twins and Lady Hanhenna, and where they were going—to Ineri, a bathing spot where all pregnant faes were supposed to frequent in order to get additional support for their growing babies.
I found it weird having to rely on nature for such a sensitive case, but this was Ehnrelil. They were faes. All their beliefs and traditions were odd for me in the very beginning.