142 The Enchiridion


Mattheus observed the two other men in amusement as the two teens disappeared up the stairs after the twenty-one-year-old shooed them off so Lula could settle down. When the two former street rats had come in, several of the lazing cats had slipped in too. 

And the young heir was looking at the fallout as a tuxedo cat and an orange tabby made themselves comfortable in the sitting room on the ground floor.

Homer didn't change much, more curious about the knight-in-training that appeared than the cats as a Basilean-born local. The priest must have been confused about the rather constipated expression Lula had taken when her green eyes settled on the religious man.


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