Flickering shadows 3Flickering shadows 3Flickering shadows 320 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I opened the oaken door that led to the guestroom closest to the already occupied rooms. “Every room has its own bathroom.”I informed Riley as I stepped in the room and she followed me. I noticed she was hesitant somehow. Her blue eyes went over the old looking furniture before she decided to drop her duffle bag onto the double bed.
“Huh…”she muttered. “Something wrong?”I asked her as I leaned against the bedpost while she took a seat on the edge of the bed. “No.”she answered. “Just… I always thought that the only time I would visit the Institute would be when my dead body would be transported to the city of bones.”.
“You really dislike the Institute then?”I guessed. “It’s not that I dislike it…”she started and her gaze locked on one of the windows that gave a view of the outside world called New York. “I got born and raised there.
Flickering shadows 2Flickering shadows 2Flickering shadows 21 day ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“I can’t believe you still go from motel room to motel room.”Magnus told Riley as we made our way invisible for the mundanes back towards the Institute. We had made a short pit-stop at a poorly looking motel about two blocks away from the place where we had met Riley to pick up her stuff which existed out of a black duffle bag that probably had an enchantment placed on it making that it could hold an elephant if needed.
“I can’t believe you still like rainbows and sparkles.”Riley shot back. “Jeez Magnus.”Simon remarked. “I thought you said she was a friend of yours.”. Riley snorted at the word friend. “Friend indeed may have been the wrong word.”Magnus admitted. “How about acquaintance?”.
“The story about Magnus and me being acquainted is rather short and simple.”Riley piped up. “My mother Jenna was a witch and got the chance to be mister warlock o