Edge of Thorns - Pt 31Part 31
I definitely need to tell Alton, but it probably isn't safe to try and get Avery there. I'll summon him.
Nathan held his hands up. "Avery, please, calm down," he said. "Alton was working on a way to fix this; maybe it's done. Just... just trust me for a minute and let's go inside. I'll call him over. We'll fix this. We'll fix this..."
"We'll fix this," Avery echoed quietly, his steps slowing until he stopped. "Okay." He sighed and began walking back towards Nathan. The writer released the breath he hadn't realized he'd been holding and wrapped his arm around the teen's shoulders (in case he tried to run again), ushering him into the apartment.
He guided him into the bathroom to grab a towel and toss it to him, then grabbed his notebook. Pen in hand, Nathan stared at the page for a moment, still unsure about this invoking thing, but then wrote out Lumiel's signature. "God, I hope this works..."
"It does." Alton stood behind him, casually cleaning his glasses. "Gabr
Edge of Thorns - Pt 29Part 29
I should probably skip the obvious one for now, though I am curious...
"What are you going to say to Micah?"
The angel stopped humming, stopped walking, and turned to Nathan with a tilt of his head. "Why? Isn't it obvious?" He crossed his arms and closed his eyes. "I don't approve of their relationship, more specifically how Micah treats Alton. I intend to encourage Alton to leave him, and I want Micah to let him go." He opened his eyes, sighing as he smiled sadly. "I know neither of them will listen though."
Nathan shook his head. "I still don't understand," he said. "Aren't Michael and Lucifer supposed to be bitter enemies? I mean, I can understand why they fight; that much makes perfect sense. But how...?"
"... Did bitter enemies become intimate lovers?" Gabriel finished for him, then laughed. "Because they aren't just enemies, Nathan. They counter each other, but they also compliment each other." When all he got was another baffled stare, he explained.