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Nephilim (Angels, Gods & Demons series 1) By Julie Summer Characters: 5004

Updated: 2018-02-01 00:17

As soon as the car reached Luc's property, I quickly bolted out of the car, loudly slamming the door behind me, still feeling hot tears slowly trailing down my cheeks, and I ran straight towards the main entrance, intenting to go straight to my room and lock myself in it for the rest of the day.

I just couldn't take it anymore. My heart was being shattered into million pieces for the third time, by the very same guy.

Either he really liked playing around with me like this, or maybe I was just really stupid to run straight back to him every single damn time.

As soon as I entered the house, I quickly wiped my wet cheeks with the back of my hand, and ran straight towards the staircase, not even bothering to check if anyone else was in the house.

Right now, all I really wanted was just to be alone.


After hours and hours of crying in silence, mourning for my broken heart, my head now ached terribly, feeling a tight pressure threatening to smash my skull, and my mouth was completely dry, my tongue feeling like sandpaper, so I decided to go to the kitchen and at least have a glass of water, since food was completely out of the question.

I slowly, silently turned the doorknob, and gently tiptoed down the hallway, towards the staircase, but as I was about to step down the first stair, I suddenly stopped in my tracks, once I heard voices, coming from somewhere close by the living room.

I perked my ears, focusing on their conversation, only to hear Luc's steady

at, it would be impossible!

I remember my mother carrying my baby sister in her womb. I even remember the day she was born!

And I know that my mother would never do such thing!

My parents loved each other more than anything!" He argumented, still shouting, while I descended another stair, feeling hot tears already gathering in my eyes, as I was hearing the fire and adoration laced in his voice, while he fiercely defended our parents' memory.

"I understand. And I am truly sorry. Please do forgive my insolence." I heard Luc apologise to him, in an obviously defeated tone, and though I just wanted to let this be, I knew I just couldn't. Because something was definitely wrong here.

Something was very wrong.

"Wait." I spoke in a small voice, wiping the tears in my eyes with the back of my hand, descending the last stairs, drawing their attention towards me, before I quietly said, "There's something you need to know."


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