Lisette and Olivia have a talk, and Lisette gets a visitor.
That night I sat on my bed as Olivia combed out and braided my hair.
“The beef was good,” she said. I nodded. “Did you have a nice morning?”
“I think so,” I said, eyeing the violets now sitting on my vanity. She nodded. “The Dumanis train is in town.”
“Ah,” she said, “I imagine that diverted Tristan.” I twisted and looked at her. “Andrea or Brie?”
“Charlotte, Andrea’s daughter,” I said, “you know them?” I asked. She laughed.
“I was supposed to bring Charlotte out at court, if you can believe it,” she said, “of course things changed.” I nodded. “I would have asked about Trey but I know he’d never come here.”
“Anyway, then we went to the inn, and Tristan and William behaved very oddly,” I sighed as she turned my head back to continue braiding.
“I’d imagine they would,” she said, “William’s no fool, he can…
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