“You are sitting in my chair, my lord.” She said the words very civilly, she thought. Although he quirked a brow and lowered his chin as if giving her one of those looks. Like really? In a way that wasn’t a question. She was telling a fae king, a hawk fae king, and a guest of the dark fae, that he should be sitting in her seat? But she didn’t stop there. “You may sit there if it pleases you.” She pointed to Micala’s seat since he was not at the meal. Her mother’s mouth gaped and for once she didn’t have an immediate rebuke ready for Ritasia. The king gave Ritasia such a sinister smile, she was afraid she might have gone a little too far with her first encounter with him. She quickly remembered her manners, curtseyed, though, because she wasn’t wearing a gown, she thought she looked a little ridiculous, then looked back up at him.