Chapter 55 - The accused

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The Accused

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The Accused

~ Sera ~

I was, to put it mildly, anxious.

Perhaps I should not have come, but it was too late to go back now. Gabriel sent me a smile of assurance. "Any day now, Princess."

"I'm nervous to see him. Everything that happened to Parker is all my fault."

Sebastian, who was by my right side, let out a scoff. "Don't be ridiculous. Nothing that happened in the last four months is your fault."

"Don't think like that, Sera." Mikhail added.

I thought we created some progress over my brothers' smothering nature, but lets just say recent events propelled us back to normal. They all insisted that they come with me to visit Parker for 'emotional support'. 

Suddenly, the door of the cute Victorian-style house my siblings and I were lingering outside of opened. I turned around to find a woman standing there. She looked to be in her early twenties so I deduced that she must be one of Parker's sisters. Her hair was the lightest brown and nearly as long as mine. Her eyes widened slightly when she took us in.

"Seraphina?" She asked.

"That would be me." I smiled and waved.

"I figured, since I don't think anyone else of you could be named that." She smiled in return.

Gabriel snorted causing me to nudge his side. Parker's sister cleared her throat awkwardly. "Please come on inside. My family is out today, so it's just Parker and I who are home. He let me know that you were coming."

"Thank you. My brothers insisted on coming with me. Is it fine if they come inside too?"

"Of course! Come inside." She said enthusiastically. I guess kindness ran through Parker's bloodline. 

I'd made sure to message him beforehand about whether for not I could come, since not all people appreciated unannounced visitors. Even worse, I had no idea where Parker and I stood. The mere idea that he might hate me for what happened to him hurt me a lot, but I would understand if he never wanted to see me again.

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