You didn't have to do that, Damon. She's just an innocent child who knows nothing about our world"
Ruth, my housekeeper of five years grumbled. She has been my nanny since I lost my mother and after I made the decision of moving out of my father's house years back, she insisted on following me.
"I did nothing wrong, Ruth. She needed to be taught a lesson and I believe she'll get it where she's going to"
"Damon" she yelled at me. Her voice resonated across the room
I was in my study a few minutes after I sent Lyla to base nine. My mind was not at ease as I was restless and I knew I could shift any minutes from that moment. I knew what I did was wrong but there was no way I could correct such a thing.