“Your friend Nexus found me in the precinct yesterday. And there is something I wanted to discuss with you. Why didn’t you tell me about Istanbul? I had to find out from Alastair,” Richard said, standing next to Constance’s bookshelf and watching her put back the scrolls he took.
“I thought it would be better to let you meditate on the fact that you have to kill me. Eventually, I would have told you. What does it change really? It’s a simple trip,” Morrigan replied.
“I still deserved to know. You can’t decide instead of me what information I should get. Where does this end? What if he had killed me yesterday?” Richard said.
“He wouldn’t. He wants to know where the stake is,” Constance said. She was calm, and that irritated Richard.
“I was afraid. I remember what he did to Jenny, and I wanted to jump at him, but I couldn’t. I couldn’t move, I couldn’t think properly. He was controlling my body and mind,” he said. Morrigan nodded. Continue reading