I’ve actually been on kind of a roll with Marina Chronicle.
After Tristan and I made love I leaned against him. I was being selfish but I didn’t care. William had gone, Olivia and Aaron were going, Caleb was dead and it was unlikely that I would see Anselm again for a long time.
I would keep Tristan for as long as I could, or at least as long as either of us could stand it.
“We’ve done what we could to keep security inconspicious for tomorrow,” he said. “I don’t want you to make a spectacle going to the temple.” I nodded. “What will it be like?”
“I’ve never done the mourning ritual before,” I said softly, “Marina has, she taught me. We’re supposed to conjure a memory and project it into the water.” He nodded.
“What memory?” He kissed my head.
“I chose the first time we talked about who I am,” I said. “When he explained my duty.”…
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