Strings of Fate by Kit Bryan Chapter 127

Strings of Fate by Kit Bryan Chapter 127

127- Calling and convincing

Megan- It sort of does actually?

Harry- Hold up, what am I missing, who is Shaun? Have I met Shaun? Is that the big guy who was guarding the door when we built a blanket fort Ry?

Ryann- Nah that was Aaron, Shaun is far louder. Oooh we should totally find Aaron’s soulmate next. I REALLY want to know who it will be. He’s so… reserved. It would be fun to

see someone break that calm.

Megan- I really can’t picture it. And wait, weren’t you all about not interfering?

Ryann- Sure, but that doesn’t mean I can’t find out stuff. Just means I have to wait once I do


Amber- I know that feeling….

Ryann- Poor thing.

Amber- It could be worse, the things I see are usually only few days or weeks away, you

could have to wait years to see the results of what you see.

Harry- Yeah no kidding, I don’t have that kind of patience.

Megan- Me neither!

Bellamy clears his throat to get my attention and I look up with a smile.


“I was asking if you are planning to try to meditate some more or if you have other plans?” He asks apparently not for the first time. Oops. I can’t repress a deep sigh.

“I don’t know. I’ve been doing it for days now and I’m not making any progress. I have to be doing something wrong. This just isn’t working, it’s taking too long. We need to find her and we need to find the killers. Aside from the obvious issues of leaving a poor little e

girl in the hands of psychos, there are a few practical issues to consider too. Like, I’m meant to be going back to work in just a few days. My leave is going to end and I don’t have enough in the way


127- Calling and convincing

of savings to take the time unpaid.” I groan and bury my face in my hands. I want to go to work, but at the same time it’s not like I’ve missed it. Mostly, I need to work for the most basic reason. Money. Maybe it would be fine? I haven’t received any more threatening letters and as far as I know, no one has attempted to get to me here. Maybe the psychos have moved on and aren’t bothering with me anymore. One look at Bellamy’s face tells me that his thoughts are not along the same lines as mine and I sigh again. Okay, so maybe having the psycho murdering, kidnappers forget about whatever grudge they have against me is just wishful thinking. Still, I only have a few days of leave left. I’m running out of time! Bellamy’s

face hardens.

“You are not going back to work.” He says firmly. I raise an eyebrow.

“Excuse me?” I question, giving him a chance to rephrase that statement into a request or suggestion. He doesn’t take the hint.

“You’re not going. I can’t let you. It isn’t safe. I just can’t do it.” he insists.

“Bellamy, it’s not your decision. I haven’t made up my mind either way yet, but you have to know that you can’t make the decision for me. Short of locking me in the hou

I’m still my

own person, no matter how much you worry.” Bellamy looks somewhere between very anxious and mildly pissed off. He just stares at me silently, refusing to answer. I decide to cut him a BIT of a break.

“Look, I haven’t made a decision yet. I know that it isn’t safe and I do intend to take your feelings on the issue into account before I make up my mind. But I fully expect you to take mine into consideration too and to respect the choice I make. You are welcome to try and convince me and to give your reasoning. If you can help me find a way to manage everything without completely screwing my finances and living situation, then I am willing to think. about it. But for now, to end this conversation because you are clearly not in the right frame of mind to discuss it. “I state firmly.

I’m going

Strings of Fate by Kit Bryan

Strings of Fate by Kit Bryan

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: April 22, 2024 Native Language: English

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I'm an ordinary waiter, but I can see people's fate, including Shifters. Like all children, I was tested for magic when I was only a few days old. Since my specific bloodline is unknown and my magic is unidentifiable, I was marked with a delicate swirling pattern around my upper right arm. I do have magic, just as the tests showed, but it has never lined up with any known Magic species. I can't breathe fire like a dragon Shifter, or hex people who piss me off like Witches. I can't make potions like an Alchemist or seduce people like a Succubus. Now I don't mean to be unappreciative of the power I do have, it's interesting and all, but it just really doesn't pack much of a punch and most of the time it is just pretty much useless.

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My special magical skill is the ability to see threads of fate. Most of life is annoying enough for me, and what never occurred to me is that my mate is a rude, pompous nuisance. He's an Alpha and my friend's twin brother. “What are you doing? This is my home, you can't just let yourself in!” I try and keep my voice firm but when he turns and fixes me with his golden eyes I shrink back. The look he gives me is imperious and I automatically drop my eyes to the floor as is my habit. Then I force myself to look back up again. He doesn't notice me looking up because he's already looked away from me. He's being rude, I refuse to show that he's scaring me, even though he most definitely is. He glances around and after realising that the only place to sit is the little table with its two chairs he points to it. “Sit.” he orders. I glare at him. Who is he to order me around like this? How can someone this obnoxious possibly be my soul mate? Maybe I'm still asleep. I pinch my arm and my eyes water a little from the sting of pain.

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