What Side Didn’t Know – A4, Epilogue: Cultural Differences; Author’s note

“You can’t be our husband if you don’t do this.”


“Y-yeah, but, I don’t know where anything is…”


“We told you, we’d help the first time.  We don’t need help, though, humes are simple folk.  We can find our way.”


“B-but… It’s just… weird…”


“Stop fussing, and come over here.”




“Fine, we will do this the hard way”


“Ah!  S-stop, you’ll rip them!”


“Nonsense.  They are very durable.”


“Gentle!  You’re so rough!”


“We can see you like that, oh ho ho ho.”


“I… have nothing to say to that…”


“Heh, we will help you, see, right here… ah… so nice…”


“Guys, I smell food… What are you doing?”


“Arhhg!  Lilia! I thought you were hunting for our dinner!”


“Oh, we see you like being watched.”


“N-no, I don’t”


“I got food for you guys, and already ate the blood, see?”


“Darling, we don’t mind sharing if that’s what you’re thinking…”


“I-I wasn’t…”


“Uh huh.”


“Tristain, why do I smell food?  Where is it? I can’t find it.”


“Lilia, come give Tristain and us a hug, and I’ll tell you about some delicious food.”








Author’s Note

This wasn’t exactly where I expected to end the first ‘Book,’ but I’m happy that it ended here.  Thanks for the adventure. I don’t have a lot to say, except, if you buy this book, thanks. A lot, I mean it.  I can’t express how grateful I am that other people can enjoy this adventure with me.


If you wish to talk sometime, I keep active on the RTD discord:



And if you want to read this as a web novel, I can’t promise it will be the same, or even close to free from mistakes (I changed tenses ⅔ of the way through), but join me on my adventures:



A special thanks to my editor, Dylan ‘DungeonPalmz’ Palmer, you don’t know how much I owe this man.  Buy more books so I can pay him more feed him (when they come out).


Also thanks to the Artist I commissioned, LauKat.  I paid her up front, so no need to buy anything to feed her.  You can, however, commission art from her:



Thanks again.


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