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Ch. 3 ... Worry
They were leading her to a new cell, that much was obvious. Not the one she knew Ethan
stayed in. Not even remotely close to any of the ones near their cells.
The cells she was being lead to resembled more of a room, complete with a bed, a matching
sofa, bookshelves and a fridge. The two dhampirs leading her stopped at one of the doors and
ushered her in. Unthinkly she stepped into the room, and starled, she stopped at what she saw.
In the middle of the room was Ethan.


As soon as she heard the undeniable click signaling the close of the doors she was in his
arms, unaware of whether it was him or her that moved.
For the first time in two days she felt safe. She knew that she wasn't. But locked in his arms,
head resting in his neck, fingers trailing up and down his chest, all that mattered was how she


After a minute or two, they disentangled their arms but stayed as close to the other as they
could. "God Tasha," he chuckled. Tasha, starled, looked up, worried she had crossed sone
sort of line, but he only laughed again.
"Come on," he said, dragging her towards the large double bed and half threw her on it. She
laughed the hardest she had in a while, while he tucked the two of them in.
They lay like that for a while before Tasha asked her inevitable question, "why are we here,
why not in our cells, or a normal one at least?" She paused, "Tomorrow, are they..." her voice
started to shake so she tried again, "is it," but her voice failed her once more. She had no
doubt he knew the unspoken words.


Again she thought back to what Dimitri had said, what would happen to Ethan but he spoke
before her mind got too carried away.


"No, tomorrow the trials start," he sighed before continuing his explanation, "most times,
when guardians believe the ones charged will eventually be sentenced for their crime, we,
they," he added after seeing her wince at the fact he wasn't included as a guardian anymore,
"usually let the accused are allowed to see loved ones of close family in one of these rooms.
Once before a trial and once before they are sent off to receive their punishments."
She beamed at that, at the fact she have on last chance before she heard what everyone else
wanted. Her dead.
"You know," Ethan said, obviously trying his best to distract her, " there are certain activities
that happen between loved ones before they bid farewell."
It worked. She grinned deciding to play along with his flirty attitude. "Oh, really what is it, do
they talk about past memories?"
"Nuh-uh," he murmured as he moved his lips closer to the hollow of her throat.
"Hmmmm, let me see," she almost sighed, his mouth to close for her to be able to speak

comfortably and coherently. "Do they read books together?"
"No," he sighed, moving even closer that she was easily able to feel each contour and curve
of his chest. "They do this," and he bent to kiss behind her ear.






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