Brother, Where Art Thou Now?
Evangeline sat on the roof of the lake house as the snow fell around her. She knew that she stuck out like a sore thumb in the white landscape, what with her dark clothes and hair. She clutched the rough handle of the knife in her hand and looked out across the frozen water. She heard a soft crunching behind her and a blanket was placed around her shoulders.
“You shouldn’t be up here on your own,” Teddy said softly.
She didn’t look at him, simply wrapped the blanket tighter around her.
“Eve, we all took Jack’s death really hard. You’re not alone in your grief.” Teddy put a comforting hand on her shoulder, but she shook it off.
“Yes, I am,” she whispered.
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