Loki’s Point Of View
“There is no proof that the frost giants took her.” My father scolded me, “We cannot just go into Joidinheim and demand her back. She might not even be there!”
There was a flash of light and a snowball appeared in midair. It hung there for a second then fell to the floor. It splattered on the floor and I caught sight of something gold that had been in the middle. I walked forward and picked it up.
It was the necklace I had made for her. I had the children give it to her because I knew she would not accept it from me.
“Come” Thor pulled me out of the great hall. “We are going to pay the frost giants a visit.”
We went straight to the bi-frost.
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