In this chapter of "Blinded Angels," Moriah wakes up in a magical place, still amazed by the world of magic and mystery she has discovered. She joins Sister Lydia and Sister Luna for breakfast, where she learns about the magical abilities of the place and the enchanted service provided by the domovoy. Sister Luna offers to show Moriah the convent's library, which is filled with ancient books and paintings that come to life. Moriah reads about the adventures of Amaresh, a blinded angel, and discovers a new perspective on history. She contemplates the concept of magic and her place in this magical world. Luna reassures her that she is safe and accepted in their community, but Moriah struggles to let go of her insecurities. The chapter ends with Moriah questioning whether this newfound world is too good to be true.