...the room. Her eyes turned back to the book as soon she sees that Salem had gone. The spell looked easy enough, and without thinking she start to cast it. First there was nothing, but a moment later a glowing green orb rose out of the book, rapidly leaving her room and flying in the direction of her aunts. Then there was silence.
Sabrina ran quickly down to the kitchen. The first thing she noticed was that they had stopped fighting. They kept up a normal, quiet conversation. And Sabrina felt as though a weight had been lifted from her heart. “So, you have stopped the fight?” she asked, and both answered with a happy “yes”. But Hilda’s look was filled with something that scared Sabrina a bit – something strange and new. But she put it out of her mind.
After that she took her stuff and went out to shop in town. A whole day went by before Sabrina returned home. The sun sent her last rays to light the day. It was quiet, and even outside it was impossible to imagine what was happening at the house.
Sabrina opened the door and was impressed – there were no signs of fighting or squabbling. Happy, she took something to eat and walked tiredly to her room. Quickly, she was gone to the land of dreams, only to be awakened by something strange. Her aunts, both naked in her bed – lying close and working on the tender body of their niece. Sabrina felt Hilda and Zelda’s lips on her sensitive nipples, which gre...