Traitors Among Us

It's been almost a year since Luna and Loki were married. Enchantress is still trying to get Loki for herself and will do anything to do so. So what happens when the perfect opera unity arrives, but everyone is on Asgard for peace talks? Will Loki make peace or will war erupt? This is the sequel to Frost Giants Among Us.

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11. Chapter 11

*Luna*


The talking was all professional and thought out. There was a rebuttal for every word said, all of it boring. Of course, I could never allow myself to look like I was being bored to death, I kept a natural mask on, never opening it up. Alice, Peter and Clint had it easy, they all showed what they were feeling, which was bored. Clint found it fascinating, though.


Tammy kept a respectful face, broken with the occasional yawn. Enchantress talked with Loki, she wanted for everyone to leave and to say 'Bye-Bye' to the talks.


It took nearly three hours for the beginning, BEGINNING!!!!!, peace talks to end. The talks would resume tomorrow and last three times as long. Ugh!!!! How would I survive?


We got up from the table, said respectful goodbyes and were shown to our rooms by a light blonde haired girl. She had huge icy blue eyes, long blonde hair, a kind, loving face with a straight nose, and glitter on and round her eyelids.


"Hello, my name is Anna Lockheart. I will show you to your room," she said with a smile and a soft voice.


I liked her instantly and caught up to her and we walked together. "Your odd," Anna remarked as I walked with her. Loki was behind us, thinking about why he had just heard in the meeting. When he heard the comment, he chuckled. Ann looked behind her startled.


"I didn't mean to be rude," she said apologetically. I didn't notice.


"Thank you," I told her with real happiness. I loved being complimented with what many people are marked as insults. If I am something, like odd or weird, I take those opinions as complimants. I do not like it when someone else is insulted and the insultee knows that the person hates being insulted.


I'm weird, I know.


"Why am I so odd," I asked the Asgardian servant.


"You talk and walk with servants, you have free slaves-"


"Unpaid servants," Alice yelled.


"Unpaid servants, sorry, and you are kind to people," Anna finished. Enchantress hissed almost silently.


"I try," I said with a smile. "But I will hurt anyone that tries to hurt my family. Unfortunately, Tammy will probably get them before I do."


"D-mn right I will," Tammy said loudly.


"You have an... interesting family," Anna said with a smile.


"Thanks," Tammy and Alice nearly yelled.


Loki was silent, watching the exchange.


"Your all... weird," Anna said.


"Ahhh, she's a sweetie," Tammy said.


"Ummmm, thank you," Anna said with embarrassment.


She stayed quiet until we reached Enchantress' room. She opened the door for her and out stepped another servant. She had dark blonde hair, bright blue eyes, not as big as Anna's, thin lips and a strong but low voice.


"Sorry, your room is done," the new girl said with a small nod, unlike Anna who had bowed.


Enchantress glared at the girl, but she held her ground, unafraid. When Enchantress had closed her door, Anna scolded her.


"You know you have to bow, Symphony," Anna said with a frown.


"She can kiss my feet, that's the only way I would bow to the traitor," Symphony responded.


"Who are you," Alice asked. Everyone immediately liked this girl, just as we had the first.


"I'm sorry. This is Symphony Lockheart, my sister," Anna said with a smile.


"Hey," Symphony said. I could tell she didn't trust us, I didn't mind.


"Hi! I'm Alice, this is Peter," Alice said dragging Peter forward, "Tammy," Tammy made the 'peace' symbol with her two first fingers, "Clint," he nodded, "and Luna." I waved and smiled at them.


"The ignorant idiot behind me is Loki," Tammy said. She said it in such a serious voice that Symphony just stared.


Loki heard the comment, rolled his eyes and went back to thinking. I smacked my sister upside her head.


"Hey," Tammy cried as I dropped my arm to my side. She turned around and came face to face with my 'I'm innocent' look.


"It was him," I said too quickly, pointing a Loki, who was still deep in thought.


"Yeah, right," I heard Tammy mutter, just before I felt the hard jab of a hand hitting the back of my hand. I turned to see Alice giving me the same look I had just given Tammy. She blamed Peter, who quickly protested and threw Alice under the bus.


"Y'all are weird," Symphony said.


"Why do you talk like that," Clint asked, speaking for the first time.


 "Like what," Anna and Symphony asked at the same time.


"Like you've been to Middgard and speak as they do there," I said.


"Because we found it interesting and have made a study on how the languages on Middgard. To help with our study, we have adapted the modern language," Anna explained.


"It's just easier and less time consuming," Symphony said, contradicting her sister. "That's just my excuse."


"That too," Anna told us with a smile.


Loki, still in deep thought, followed the Lockheart sisters as we started off again. We got to Tammy's room next, about a hundred meters down the hall from Enchantress' room. Mine was across the hall from Tammy's. Loki walked in and sat on a wooden chair with a golden spiral next to matching desk.


I just got a glimpse into the room as Loki sat down, then I turned my attention back to Tammy and the Lockhearts.


"Sorry, but we didn't expect you. . . uhmmm. . ." Anna couldn't find the right words for the others.


"Unpaid servants," Tammy whispered to Symphony.


"Unpaid servants," she supplied.


"We don't have any rooms," Anna continued.


"Well, we do have a few small closets that can be used as rooms," Symphony supplied. Indeed there were, three to be exact and the 'closets' were the size of living rooms on Earth.

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