Finally arriving back was a blessing. When given the freedom, Camellia went straight to the princess.
His side of the story.
Who is right? Who is wrong? Was it worth it, General?
Is it legitimate, or is General Helianthus being set up? The king's trusted general, Narsi Quill, and the royal court discuss the possibilities and their plans.
Viola returns. A message from the rebels that might not be all it seems. We see old friends. And… a secret?
Lord Denia Pine is tall dark and handsome. But Siana is the Princess Royal of the Kingdom of Nastur. Camellia has never seen her like this before.
In the middle of Camellia’s third month as personal guard, the royal magician returned from her sojourn—she walked with the same grace as the princess and the same purpose as a soldier, Nothing would get past her and she made sure that everybody knew it with a direct stare from her vivid purple eyes.
Camellia isn’t quite sure how she got stuck in this situation. After returning Siana to the castle, she’s somehow become the princess’ personal guard. And it’s… fine, for the most part.
As long as they stay on track, she should be back home soon. Like the whole day hadn’t happened. Like the week before hadn’t. Like the whole war hadn’t. She would be fine.
It felt as though the trip had barely begun when Siana was, once again, getting attacked and Camellia was saving her. It won’t always be like this. Fantasy. Action. Romance.