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Chapter Twenty-Nine: Home at Last
The ride lasted for several hours. For the most part, the group was quiet and tense. Any effort to make conversation was stilted and got an equally stiff response before dying out.
At some point during the last hour, Alisha fell asleep curled up on the crates. Ches was lounging across from…[Read more]
That was amazing!!
I’m glad the Queen of Hearts has a softer side and didn’t ask for Ches, Alisha to be beheaded because they’re the son and daughter of her enemy.
Oh my God I’m so excited to see the Queen of hearts reaction to Ace and Cass being together!
A couple hours after her visit with the Mad Hatter, Cass stood behind the little teashop and watched as boxes of tea were packed into a wagon. In just half an hour, they would be on their way to her mother’s castle, and she would be home.
“Cass?” a voice called from the back door. “Are you out here?”…[Read more]
I got a new account so I’m no longer agathafourlife but FINALLY SHE FOUND OUT!
Yes, yes she did. @olivetree1 would you like me to tag your new account?
Hey, is it just me or does the song “They don’t know about us” by One Direction remind you of Ace and Cass/Cace?
Yeah, I can definitely how that song relates to Ace and Cass.
Chapter Twenty-Seven: Mad As A Hatter
Cass woke the next morning to a shriek. Her eyes flew open and she sat up. Alisha was on her feet, sheiding away from something on the ground.
“Alisha what is it?” Cass asked, standing up. The boys heard the commotion and woke up as Alisha pointed at a small gray creature on the ground.
“It stole my ring!”…[Read more]
Chapter Twenty-Six: Down the Rabbit Hole
As the sun set on the horizon, Cass, Ches, Ace, and Alisha walked through the streets of Maidenvale. Alisha led the way, looking for things that her mother had told her about. The park, the stream and bridge, the small bakery that sold delicious iced teacakes.
“Recognize anything?” Ace asked.
“No. I’ve…[Read more]
Chapter Twenty-Five: Hero and Villain
Hurrying through the Blue Forest with Ches, Ace, and Alisha on her heels, Cass searched ahead of her for any sign of Tiana. Nothing.
“Don’t worry,” Ace said from behind her. “She’ll have to go up the long way. If we take the shortcut, we can still beat her.”
“No, we can’t. The scroll mentioned the secret path…[Read more]
Chapter Twenty-Four: Stolen
“Ace, you have to tell her,” Cass whispered to him the next day. “I would, but I think it needs to be you.”
“I know, I know. And I will, just not yet,” Ace said. He watched as Alisha helped an Everboy named Oliver practice his aim. Ever since Alisha and Cass had started croquet at lunch a few days previously,…[Read more]
oooh….that was good!!
Wonder if Tia plans to use the Jabberwocky to kill CASS
Chapter Twenty-Three: The Purpose of a Jabberwock
Ace’s voice stopped her at the base of the Charity tower. She turned around, watching as he jogged to catch up to her.
“What is it?” she asked, glancing around.
“Just-” Ace paused. “Well, we didn’t get the alone time I was hoping for, but…[Read more]
That’s really good! Have you read Heartless by Marissa Meyer? It’s about how the Queen of Hearts became the Queen of Hearts, and it’s all about wonderland! If you haven’t read it, you should.
I honestly want Alisha to see Cass and Ace kissing, it sounds evil ik but I was t it in the next chapter please!!
Cass was starting to get tired of sneaking out with Ace. His plans were never well thought out, and she was fairly certain that sooner or later he was going to get her killed.
Alisha helped them climb down the rope, pulling it safely shut. Then, following Ace, Cass sprinted away from the school onto the…[Read more]
Or we could truce and see what the author has in store. . . (Because honestly, I can’t decide)
Chapter Twenty-One: A Rabbit’s Reply
Cass woke up the next morning, feeling excited. At first she couldn’t remember why, until she looked over at Alisha, still sleeping peacefully in her bed.
After so many weeks of being away from home, they would play croquet. And although Cass knew it wouldn’t be the same as playing with…[Read more]
Chapter Twenty: Inside a Coffin
For the next few days, Cass avoided people when she could. Alisha respected her and tried to give her space, though she still attempted to cheer Cass up on occasion. Ace, on the other hand, worked tirelessly to make her smile. But even he could not succeed.
Ches hadn’t so much as looked at her…[Read more]