King Pavitral is ruler to one of many suites watching over Josephine and although he has seen Del before the night of the battle, that night he truly sees her soul.
In his human form he is known as Mark.
So drawn to Delequin is the young King, that in making the pact with Delequin to not be anywhere near her as she gains control of her new normal, has been the hardest thing he has had to proclaim in his very recent, and sad rise to the throne.
Pavitral’s father passed just last week and he is still coming to terms with his loss and the enormity of the new powers he has been given. If not for the strength of Delequin’s pull, his nights and days would be filled with the grief he is still coming to grips with.
His thoughts of Del, and the comfort he imagines to be encased within the beauty of her inner shine, has him wondering if he will survive the madness of his decision.
He comforts himself with the knowledge that in making his decision to stay away, has most certainly lengthened his life because until Del becomes, she is a danger to every creature, human or suite.
‘I just hope that Josephine and her friends are caring for her during this time,’ he thinks to himself, ‘Mel should know what to do and I have seen how fiercely protective they are of each other. No, my sweet Delequin will be safe, as to will every living thing within a hundred mile radius of her pull.’
What could he be talking about?