William’s back. Also Annalise is bad at choosing mentors.
I woke early one morning and made my way to the dungeon. The guards looked concerned but they didn’t stop me.
I guess no one will ever stop me again. How odd. I walked up to Brayton’s cell. His hair had grown out a little and there were bags under his eyes.
I’m glad he was suffering though it still didn’t feel like quite enough.
“Your highness,” he smirked at me, “what have I done to deserve such an honor?”
“When you spoke to me in my mind the night you were captured,” I said softly. “You said you could teach me.” He smiled.
“My my,” he said, “what would Dear Caleb say?” I looked away. “Why me?”
“You’re chosen,” I said softly. “I don’t have anyone else who is.” He laughed.
“Thomas Martin is,” he said. I frowned. “Or he was, I suppose, Cornan isn’t terribly tolerant of failure…
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