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Despite his aggressiveness, Kelpie genuinely loves and cares for Lydia, and comforts her When Edgar first meets Kelpie, he takes an instant dislike to the fairy. The Earl and the Fairy is a completed series of light novels written by Mizue Tani and published The story, set in Victorian Britain, follows the adventures of year-old Lydia Carlton, nicknamed the "Fairy Doctor" due .. When Edgar first meets Kelpie, he takes an instant dislike to the fairy because of Kelpie's good looks. Will Kelpie warn the Earl or watch quietly as his cousin plays her cards to Naturally~ This chapter can be taken as the first part of the newest Didn't I prove myself a friend while fighting the Prince's fairy doctor? "You are worried, but Lydia," he stood up on his back paws and "Did you like the kiss?.
Even if I like you," his voice rose in pitch in a query directed towards himself, "I am not sure you mean complete loyalty and friendship to my Lord. That is damn right! I don't like the Earl that much.
I merely saved Lydia's life," he said aloud. He turned his head to the sunrise turning faintly golden. I doubt you'd understand at your age. Raven blinked before turning back to the house to wake and help dress the earl.
With a small smile, she turned in her bed to watch the beams pool on her pillow She sat up, eyes falling on white nightgown she had been provided with. She fiddled with the blue ties at her throat. Were you unable to sleep? That was the first time my knowledge of the Fae world had been put to that kind of a test. I hope I didn't leave them waiting long.
Lydia plopped back onto her bed.
Her hand went up to touch a spot on her forehead. The place where Edgar had kissed her. It had seemed so warm. She dropped her hand. She thought he would kiss her on the lips, but he hadn't.
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As soon as she closed her eyes, his arms pulled her close and the feather-light caress passed over her forehead. A light blush overcame her cheeks in the early morning. She hadn't wanted to run away or think it was a game. Lydia's eyes slid shut. Butterflies twirled in her stomach. She reached up to touch the back of his shoulder and Edgar pulled back. His face remained solemn, almost frowning. She reached out to him She couldn't break away.
Then a chuckle broke from those lips. Edgar's smile was slight but there seemed be something different.
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In the chaos of exchanges, he caught her eye. Her heart pounded as his lips formed some words. What did he say then before she had spun around again? Why did it matter to her? He shook his head, sighing, "Why are all of you female fairy doctors beautiful? They make me uncomfortable.
He brushed the tip of his fingers against my cheek. His arm fell back to his lap. I was alone though, he didn't have to know that. I glared at him. He chuckled and stood, holding out his hand to me. I stared at it quietly before taking it hesitantly and yelped in surprise when he pulled me up roughly to his chest.
He smelled like the rain, but somehow purer and sweeter. Flushing, I pushed him away, and wrapped my arms around myself. As he stepped back, he transformed into a tall, ebony black horse that eventually disappeared beneath the waters.
I stared at the water silently, still in shock. It was still and quiet, you would never have known what had occurred before.
Rising, I dusted my skirt and walked away from the spot. I don't know either, I just felt like going. Or maybe it was curiosity. Despite all that I'd read and the creatures I'd seen, I'd never actually met a Kelpie before.
Being a fairy doctor, a being that could see creatures no one else could, was a burden or a blessing. It depends on how you look at it. When I was really young, conversing with unseen creatures was seen as being sweet, adults thought I was talking to an imaginary friend or that I had a vivid imagination. Yet, as I grew older, people began to shun me and tell me I was strange, that I should stop acting like a child. I thought I was strange as well, but my world was more vivid, much brighter than theirs.
At least, that was what I thought. I paused, I had walked farther than I had yesterday. The water here was much deeper, and it was a darker shade of blue. My surprise turned to irritation. He didn't look too angry about that.
I shrugged and kept walking. The quite rustle of grass let me know I was being followed. Through the trees I could see a large, stone castle in the distance.
I had never seen it before. Curious, I turned to the Kelpie. He followed my finger and his eyes narrowed slightly. I looked back at the castle. When we were little, she was the one who always calmed me down when I got angry. She hadn't changed much though; her luxurious auburn hair had grown out so it curled around her shoulders down to her waist. Her eyes were still that mystifying, peridot green. She led me to out to the garden. I rolled my eyes and took her hands. I smiled when her cheeks turned pink.
When he had disappeared, I turned to her with an eyebrow raised. Lydia smiled, the smile of a lovesick young girl. I smiled back as we linked arms, it seems even the years apart didn't diminish our bond.
The water rushed between my toes, calming, soothing. I could feel the tiny fish swimming, nibbling my toes experimentally before darting away. Something brushed against my ankle and I shook my foot.
Then something bit my big toe and I squealed, yanking my leg out of the water. He was the one who had bitten my toe. It hadn't been that hard a bite though. I sighed and looked away. I saw him frown out of my peripheral vision. He may not have known me for long, but he knew that I would normally have been angrier. I was thinking about my childhood. He stood and walked away. Well, he probably didn't want to spend his time beside a depressed girl.
Inside was a tiny kitten, it was white with brown and black stripes on its back. Its ears were dark brown and its eyes were large and blue. I looked up at him in shock. It mewed again and brushed its face against my cheek. I bit my bottom lip.
We sat like that for a while, me petting the kitten, he rubbing my upper arm. He was looking down into my eyes. I was sent off to live with my aunts in Ireland, they didn't want me. My aunts hadn't wanted a stubborn, thin, green eyed girl. They wanted someone quiet, polite and the kind of child that was seen but not heard.
Despite his aggressiveness, Kelpie genuinely loves and cares for Lydia, and comforts her when she's confused though she protests at times. His eyes are able to bewitch both men and women alike, and he has relatively strong magical powers. He has the ability to purify water. History Edit " Kelpie " is actually the name of his species, and not his given name Cain. He and Lydia first met in Scotland. At the time, a middle-aged woman came to Lydia with her tale of a young man whom she was in love with.
Lydia discovers that the man is actually a Kelpie; the younger brother of the Kelpie that wants to marry Lydia.