“Everything that could've gone wrong went horribly wrong.”
“Well – I wouldn’t put it that drastically.”
Rhiannon glared at Razar, who laughed and turned away, shrugging.
“Just saying it like it is!”
Basil, wisely (for once, from what she knew of the kid), kept his head down.
Genevieve sighed quietly and shifted her weight, folding her arms. Just as well Asin wasn’t in the middle of this, but oh how she wanted to be back at home, with her girl and the cats.
Melri nudged at her shoulder, croaking as she clicked her beak.
Genevieve spared the hippogriff a smile as she smoothed back the feathers around her face.
Rhiannon sighed and rubbed her face. “So. What’s the plan from here?”
Razar shrugged. “Personally, I don’t think it’s completely unsalvageable.” He rubbed at his arm, tracking over curling words that no one else could read.
Rhiannon snorted, rolling her eyes.