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Chapter 6: Dmitri
I strode back to the table as fast as my legs could take me. I half-expected Dorian to be long gone, half hoped he would still be there. I’m glad I did because he was still there. A bit bored, but still there. Waiting.
I felt embarrassment creeping in. I hated the feeling.
“I’m sorry I kept you waiting.” I slid into my seat and smiled at Dorian. Another thing I noted that I’m good at, faking it. “My conversation with Uncle took longer than I expected.”
Dorian shook his head. “It’s alright.” He smiled at me. “I figured that it must have been important. Besides, I have my ebooks so it wasn’t that much of a wait.”
For some odd reason, I felt annoyed on how nice and patient he was. Did he ever get mad?
As I looked down at my glass I realized that the ice had already melted away.