"Felix, could you go and find Caius and Marcus and tell them I would like to speak with them here?" I asked him. He nodded.
"Yes, Master," He replied, turning and leaving the room.
"Thank you, Felix."
I hoped that either Caius or Marcus had even faintest idea of what we could do to save Alec, for I had no clue. I tried to hide my hopelessness from Jane, but I knew she saw it, and I knew it upset her further.
The silence in the room was deafening, like a heavy blanket, stifling me. Watching Jane’s eyes, as they changed, I knew how important it...
I walked down the corridor, until I heard voices. I pushed the heavy wooden doors open, and on seeing Aro, Caius, Marcus and Didyme gathered in the middle of the room, I grinned. They looked so shocked; it was hilarious.
“Where’s Jane?” I asked, coming to a stop when I reached them.
No one answered me.
“Well?” I demanded. “Where is she?”
Aro cleared his throat, looking uncomfortable. “We don’t know. She left, and she’s not planning on returning.”
“No! No, no, no!” I shouted, my shock fuelling my anger, my despair calming my panic. I was...