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       Sweet Oblivion (Sweet Series #1), p.51

           Bailey Ardisone


  Red. Blue. Yellow.

  Red. Blue. Yellow.

  I had to repeat those colors in my head over and over so that I would not forget the order in which the vessels were to be placed. The arrangement of these vessels was very important, and if the order got switched the potion wouldn’t work.

  Falla was preparing a healing potion for the baby griffin. After three long hours of healing, something was still not right.

  I arranged the vessels according to color. Red. Blue. Yellow. The red vessel was Carad, which would help the baby strengthen faster. The blue vessel was Luin, and it was a medicine that would heal the wound quicker. The yellow was Malina, and it would give the baby the nutrients it needed to survive.

  Now all we had to do was wait.

  I helped Falla with the potion and then left her healing chamber. I walked through the gallery and out into the great hall. It was an hour before the first meal, and I needed to attend to my normal duties.

  Before I reached any further, a hand clamped down over my mouth, arms wrapped around my waist, and suddenly I was dragged behind a giant pillar.

  Chapter Thirty-Two

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