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KNIGHT FIRST CLASS CHAPTER 3


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KNIGHT FIRST CLASS

BY D. M. YELL

Edited by “Kaillup”

No. 1

Chapter 3


The council of the three kings would hold a session after evening supper, and her father and two other men would decide what would become of her future. She had gone into her father’s chamber two nights ago to confront him about the issue and what the outcome must be: “Why does the law in Sanabria state that the father of a royal daughter will choose what man she must take as her husband for life? Why can’t she choose her own groom? They’re not the ones who have to live with that man. The daughter does.”

Her father sat up in bed. “As I stated before, sweetheart, I can do nothing now to change this law. Sheehan, Warlyn, and I made an unbreakable oath to keep the peace in Sanabria as long as we live. I cannot break a vow; it would bring disgrace upon our family. Believe me, it would make these times less diff