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The Ties That Bind (An Ariel Kimber Novel Book 4) by Mary Martel

Chapter Twelve

I was seated at the head of the dining room table, which is where we’d moved our not so happy little party after I stopped crying in the kitchen. I sat with Quinton on my left and Rain on my right. Dash sat at the other end of the table with Julian to the right and Damien on the left. Tyson sat beside Quinton. Addison was between Rain and Julian, and Abel sat across the table from him, between Tyson and Damien. It had surprised me to see the twins separate themselves even if it was just the length of a table between them. This was a high emotions situation, and I had expected them to stick close to one another.

It felt weird sitting at the head of the table, and it wasn’t a good kind of weird. Yes, I thought there could be good kinds of weird. I felt like I was taking up Quinton’s place, and he’d only deferred it to me because he knew I’d want to be close to Rain, and Rain had sat down before any of us had.

 

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Author:Mary Martel [Martel, Mary] , Date: July 11, 2019

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Author:Mary Martel [Martel, Mary]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2018-08-03T18:30:00+00:00
Chapter Twelve

I was seated at the head of the dining room table, which is where we’d moved our not so happy little party after I stopped crying in the kitchen. I sat with Quinton on my left and Rain on my right. Dash sat at the other end of the table with Julian to the right and Damien on the left. Tyson sat beside Quinton. Addison was between Rain and Julian, and Abel sat across the table from him, between Tyson and Damien. It had surprised me to see the twins separate themselves even if it was just the length of a table between them. This was a high emotions situation, and I had expected them to stick close to one another.

It felt weird sitting at the head of the table, and it wasn’t a good kind of weird. Yes, I thought there could be good kinds of weird. I felt like I was taking up Quinton’s place, and he’d only deferred it to me because he knew I’d want to be close to Rain, and Rain had sat down before any of us had.

From where I sat, I caught a glimpse of his hands in his lap where they’d been since he sat down at the table. His fingers were turning an angry shade of red from what I assumed was being clasped together too tightly. It was the only sign of emotion of any kind that I picked up from him. His face was blank, empty. The rest of his body looked relaxed sitting in the chair. His eyes were a lovely shade of green that matched mine when I looked in the mirror, but they were completely devoid of life. He was back to his version of the scary face. From the nervous looks some of the guys were shooting around the table at each other, I knew they didn’t like Rain’s scary empty face; it put them on edge, and I couldn’t blame them. But, as for me? I was no longer afraid of Rain’s empty look. It just made me sad, and I had to shove my hands underneath my thighs to stop myself from reaching out and placing my hand on top of his.

I had the strongest urge to comfort him, and it wasn’t something I was used to feeling.

Since we’d seated ourselves at the table mere moments ago, no one had spoken. Instead they were all eyeing Rain and sizing him up.

Binx was at the other end of the table. The little beast had eaten in the kitchen then wandered off. We’d found him out here laying on top of the dining room table, curled up in a little ball and fast asleep. Dash had his hand on the little furball, and was petting him, even though the cat seemed to be sleeping.

No one seemed to give a crap or bat an eye at the fact that the little guy was curled up on the table. I wondered if he’d been a small dog if they might have cared then.

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