Or did she know why the Alliance was after us?
I felt like I was going to go crazy. I had to drag Grace out of bed to get her to attend. There was no way we could let her stay here alone. Another worry was that she would run. When everyone was ready to go, we walked over to their house. They led us into the dining room and told us to have a seat. So Grace… Elizabeth began, …how do you like it here? Would you like to do something tomorrow?
Revenge against who Grace? I pleaded. She just rolled her eyes and continued moving her food around her plate. I smiled at Elizabeth and shoved a forkful of food into my mouth.
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I could tell I was the only one who could see them. I felt the urge to cry. It was clear that they were her parents, and they loved her dearly. It was obvious they were pained by the expression on her face. They had their arms around her. I stared at them for a moment, and they looked back at me. You can see us? I looked down, not wanting to say anything to indicate a ghost was near. You can. I know you can. She needs to know. The pain in their eyes was heartbreaking. I felt horrible for Annabelle, but it was clear that she was loved.
It was horrible there. Excuse me, I need to use the bathroom. I looked at them trying to hint for them to follow. I hurried in and shut the door. You know she tried to kill herself, right? They agreed.
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Alright, I need to get back. It was hard having to tell someone there was no hope, that their parents were dead. For all I knew, it could be the first in a long line of things like this. But was this really helping? George will take you, Elizabeth said. Grace stood up; she seemed to be having a hard time. This action might not be possible to undo.
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Save For Later. Create a List. Summary Scarlett Summers thought all of her problems were over, Grace was found alive, and she and Dante are finally together. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Chapter 1: That Night The sky was crystal clear as I lay in the field behind the apartments.
What are you doing out here? Dante asked as he snuck up from behind. You should come inside, Dante said, interrupting my thoughts. What are we going to do? I mumbled. What do you mean? What about Grace? No, Thanks, she grumbled. It was too large an object to hide, too heavy a thing to be easily stolen. An impulse overtook her. Crouching down, she looked under the bed.
Though the bed was high, there was not enough space to conceal a trunk. But some object was stored there. Her fingers grabbed the edge and slowly pulled it out into the daylight.
The cradle was veiled in cobwebs, stuffed with stained rags. Though it was built of sturdy planks, one of the sidewalls was loose.
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A crack ran down the headboard. Hannah upended the cradle, dumping out the rags. The cradle was made of birch. Hannah held the cradle like an infant. Setting it down again, she rocked it gently. She ran her finger up and down the crack that could be sanded smooth or varnished but never mended.