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Rescuing Layna - Chapter 8Chapter 8.Rescuing Layna - Chapter 8 by *phantom-inker
It was strange to wake up and see a little girl happily curled up in a giant spiderweb hanging high overhead. Rohn had slept again against the piles of webbing covering the floor and walls, but Layna had insisted Janessa have a proper bed to sleep in, so they had worked together to spin her one. Janessa didn’t yet know how to make her own silk, but Layna made the thread, teaching Janessa the finer points of how to use sticky thread and smooth thread, when to spin big thick strands and when to use delicate ones, and how to tie it and weave it so that it could hold her own weight and more, and the two finally wove her strands into the four-pointed hammock in which she now slept.
Layna was still asleep beside him on the floor, her legs wrapped under herself, and her head braced against a bundle of soft thread like a pillow. Surprisingly, she had shown no interest in carnal activities last night, not even so much as asking him to join her in another chamber. She
Rescuing Layna - Chapter 7Chapter 7.Rescuing Layna - Chapter 7 by *phantom-inker
They were about halfway back to Layna’s cave when Rohn finally got up the courage to tell her anything more than directions back to her lair. She’d been silent for an hour since they left the other driders, and her eyes wielded lightning bolts that could slay an ox. Every once in a while, the shining globe over them would turn yellow or red or even a worrisome blue, and once it expanded and burst, leaving them in darkness until she re-lit it.
“Talk to me,” said Rohn.
The spider girl peered back over her shoulder at him. “I don’t like her, okay?” she said.
“I got that much,” said Rohn.
Layna paused. They were in a large cavern on a wide blue-gray stone cross bridge, thick and sturdy. “That woman,” she said, “made my life a living hell for years.”
“I got that too,” said Rohn.
She spun some thick white thread, sliced it off, and held it up, stretched between