"You don’t want to wake the dragon, do you?" his fingers twisted her, the pinch cruelly hard through the silk of her gown. "Do you?" Aerys repeated.
"No," Rhaella said with a submissiveness she did not feel in her heart.
Her brother smiled. “Good.” Before he left, he touched her hair, almost with affection.
we are fire and blood.
The Prince of Dragonflies loved Jenny of Oldstones so much he cast aside a crown, and Westeros paid the bride price in corpses.
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