Flowers for an Angel part 02The tiny room he shares with Lirasael is one of many. Here, in the city of Lakhaime, the housing was set up so as many rooms as possible were stuffed together in wide buildings. Any actual houses were small beyond reason. He and Liraesael aren’t lucky enough to have an actual house anymore. After The Purge, they had travelled around. Finally, she had decided she had enough and wouldn’t get up after they decided to rest here in Lakhaime. That had been terrible. She still isn’t as happy as she was when he had first met her but she’s getting better.Flowers for an Angel part 02 by StealingBabiesBRB
He comes to the inn they are currently calling home and breezes inside. It’s dark, cool but the air is stifling, thick with musky smoke. A few elderly patrons sit, drinking. He can smell their old age and knows that the muscles inside would be full of tough and stringy. They look conniving anyway.
They spare him a passing glance. He’s seen them around. They know him from around.
“Flowers for the lady?&
Flowers for an AngelThe necklace is stunning despite being crafted by mortal hands. Pure pink sapphires rest in delicate gold settings hanging from an ornate gold chain. It sits proudly in the shop window, resting on a shiny black pillow. Sunlight glitters from it as sunlight streams through. He had been focused on getting himself some food but seeing this trinket had caused him to stop to admire it. He spies a little white place card by it. The card says the necklace is four hundred gold pieces.Flowers for an Angel by StealingBabiesBRB
He chokes. That is quite a bit of gold but he is well aware that gold jewellery isn’t cheap at all. Pink sapphires aren’t either.
But such a thing would be worth the price. There isn’t a woman who wouldn’t love it and Lirasael would surely smile if he presented it to her.
He reaches into his pocket but receives a smack of reality. He doesn’t have enough. After paying rent and buying supplies, they hadn’t had very much left over this time around. What money he did have was barel