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With careful deliberation, Rae stepped closer to him again. Were she solid, her skirt would be atop his feet. “Will you check on her? Ani is important. ” Devlin’s voice held the edge that it always did when Rae broached forbidden topics. “You’re making a mistake,” she whispered. “You saved her. ” Devlin turned his back to her and walked away, retreating almost to the sunlight at the mouth of the cave. “I did as you wished. She lives. ” Rae lifted one hand, but didn’t follow. It wouldn’t matter: she couldn’t touch him, couldn’t force him to face her.
Rae shifted her attire to match Devlin’s more formal garb. Her dress was pale rose with a hem that swept the ground, and although the waist was narrow, the bodice was demure. Her almost floor-length hair was swept up with gilt combs. The only ornament beyond her combs was a black band around her throat that held a cameo. If Devlin looked closely, he’d see that it was his image in the ivory. The stern set of his mouth softened. ” “I know,” she lied. She did need to change if it brought her the smile she’d sought.
They ran faster and faster, pressing against Ani. Rae visualized herself outside the circle, at a far distance up the path. One by one, each wolf dove into the center of Ani and disappeared there. They were a part of her, the part that would wake and change the world. If. ” She didn’t know what the other possibilities were, but she did know that the future she had glimpsed was one she wanted, one where she would have autonomy for the first time. Please, Ani. “I hope you are able to forgive him,” Rae whispered.