Anita Valle

“Maelyn made a disgusted sound. “The first man, a wool dyer, lent ten silvers to a second man, a farmer. The farmer, finding it difficult to pay back the ten silvers, gave a sheep to the wool dyer. The farmer claims the sheep is worth ten silvers, cancelling his debt.” “Ah ha,” said Briette. Maelyn held up a finger. “But! The first man, the wool dyer, says the sheep is worth only five silvers, and therefore, the farmer still owes him five more. The farmer insists he paid ten silvers for that sheep. The dyer says it’s not his fault if the farmer made a foolish purchase, the sheep is worth only five, therefore five silvers are still owed.” “Oooh....”


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Briette (The Nine Princesses Book 4) Briette by Anita Valle
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