The Archer's Legacy-Part Two "What do you think you are doing?" yelled Lucinda. "Trying to convince a fair maiden such as you to stay in my presence but a moment longer?" he suggested, shifting to grasp her hand instead. She jerked her hand out of his and took a step back. If looks could kill, an entire town would fall dead under the weight of her stare. "I've met men like you," she whispered angrily. He arched a brow. "Oh? Tell me about it." She glared at him, but complied. "They seduce woman, play with them
then throw them away like a broken toy. I'll have you know that I will not be one of those girlsnot for you, not for anyone." Not like my mother. "If you value your life, you will not follow me." With those words out, she turned on her heel and walked away. The man did not try to follow her nor did he ask her again to stay. She was relieved. As soon as Lucinda was out of his sight, the archer veered away from the path leading back to town.