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“We will go with you.”
“No. I won’t take you away from your family, especially since you were just reunited with your son.” I crossed my arms over my chest, expecting Tinn’s ears to roll like Tinn’il’s always did when he curled into himself and hid away.
The locus was not nearly as meek as his son. Clearly that had been a feature of Tinn’il being young, not a trait the Beings possessed as a matter of course. “He was brought home safe because of you. You have young who are not yet safe. I would return the favor and
Super Trooper #13 (2.9) by Julie Lynn Hayes
“No, I am not tired,” Chan replied, savoring the feel of Evan’s finger on his lips. “I was just thinking… would you like something to eat? I can make something for us… that is, if you would like…” He hoped he didn’t sound too desperate, as though he were begging the man to stay under any pretext. Although he would, if it became necessary. Beg, that is.
Evan hesitated for a moment. “If it’s not too much trouble? Food sounds good actually. I seem to have worked up an appetite.” Evan’s low-pitched chuckle was infectious. Chan couldn’t help but laugh in return.