Cadenza Ch 4Ch 4 A fool could seeCadenza Ch 4 by thelittlestendless
She drizzled a line of glaze on top of freshly baked strudel. When she has first come to live in Austria's home she had very limited cooking skills. He had insisted she acquire cooking skills and despite her initial reluctance she had grown to enjoy cooking after awhile. She loved the nice big warm kitchen of the estate. It was one of the coziest rooms in Austria's home and a reprieve from the immaculate impersonal rooms. She had spent many happy hours in the quiet of the warm room cooking and enjoying some solitude from the rest of the world inside this room.
Today Elizaveta had sought refuge in food preparation to help her calm down. Cooking usually redirected her energy when she was nervous but today it wasn't getting the job done.
She longed for some hand to hand combat. Battle always had a way of getting rid of all the tension she was carrying and made her sleep like a baby.
At the old battered sturdy table Feli was coloring happily on a piece of parchment pa
Cadenza Ch 3Ch 3 I Search MyselfCadenza Ch 3 by thelittlestendless
Antonio blinked drowsily and rolled over. It was a sultry day in Spain and his house was open to let a breeze travel through during the lazy afternoon. It was perfect for a siesta. Until he heard that noise again.
He sighed and sat up in bed stretching his arms over his head as he listened. Shit, he hoped Lovi hadn't woken up in soaked sheets again.
He got out of bed and slowly made his way through his house. Si, now he could hear what sounded like someone calling his name. He stepped out onto the balcony adjoining his room to find one of his servants below him in the courtyard.
"Senor, lo siento to wake you. A gentleman arrived to see you. He is having a stroll through the tomato fields," the young man called up to Spain.
"Gracias Heraldo. I'll go see to him," Antonio replied disappearing from the balcony.
He took his time walking over his property and even stopped to bring a basket for tomatoes as he slowly made his way out to meet his visitor. That's when he saw