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I want to go to him. I want to watch the hate surface in his eyes. I start to leave and I am almost across the street and to my car when my feet fail me. The sharp tingle of agitation crawls up my fingertips. Clenching my fists I march back to the window. This is my side of town.
How dare he show his face here. His head is bent over a cardboard box of CD's and as he turns to look at something over his shoulder, I catch a glimpse of his offbeat nose. My heart clenches. I still love this boy. The realization scares me. I thought I was over it. I thought I could handle something like this; an impromptu run in.
I've had therapy; I've had three years to,,, Get over him. Fester in my guilt. I muck around in my emotions for a few more seconds before turning my back to the music store and to Caleb. I can't do it.
I can't go back to that dark place. My foot is lifted to step down from the curb when the clouds that have been lurking around Miami for a week suddenly groan like old plumbing. Before I get two steps, the rain is assaulting the pavement, drenching my white shirt. I back up quickly and huddle underneath the music store's awning. I stare at my old Beetle through the strands of rain. Just a short run and I'll be on my way home.
A stranger's voice interrupts my moment of escape. I pull back, not sure if he's speaking to me. He is closer than what is deemed socially acceptable. I make a surprised sound in my throat, and back up a step. He is at least a foot taller than I am, all muscle, though not in an attractive way. He holds his hands at an odd angle with his fingers tensed and spread apart. My eyes are drawn to a mole that sits like a target in the center of his forehead "What?
I am trying to peer over his shoulder to catch a glimpse of Caleb.
Is he still there? Should I go in? I lower my eyes to his face. He looks vaguely familiar, and, as I consider telling him to screw off, I try to remember where I have seen him before.
I want him to leave me alone and I am about to tell him so, when I think- What if this is a sign? The sky is red-get the hell outta here! I study the chipped polish on my thumbnail and consider his offer.
I am not one for omens, but he does have a way to keep me dry. I jerk my head toward the store behind me, and realize I had already made up my mind. Hurricane's coming, but suit yourself. I watch him go. His broad back curves against the downpour like a ledge for the rest of his body. He is truly huge. In seconds the rain has swallowed him and I can no longer see his silhouette.
I know him from somewhere but surely I would remember such a large guy if I had met him before. I turn back to the shop. The sign above the door reads Music Mushroom, in bright curlicue letters. I look beyond the glass and search the aisles for him.
He is right where I left him, his head still bent over what looks like the Reggae section. Even from where I am standing, I can make out a slight furrow in his brow. He can't make up his mind. I realize what I am doing and cringe. I don't know him anymore. I can't make assumptions about what he is thinking. I want him to look up and see me, but he doesn't. Since I don't want to lurk underneath the awning like a creepster any longer, I gather my guts, compose myself, and walk through the door.
The air conditioning is icy against my damp skin and I shiver. I spot a tall shelf of bongs to my left, duck behind it, and I pull out my compact to check my make-up. While I spy on him through the slats in the shelves I use a finger to scrub at the smudged mascara beneath my eyes. I have to make running into him look accidental.
In front of me, there is a bong in the shape of Bob Marley's head. I look into Bob's glass eyes and practice a surprised face. I am disgusted by the levels to which I stoop. Pinching my cheeks for color, I step out from my hiding place. Here goes everything. My heels bite into the linoleum, snapping loudly as I make my approach. I might as well have hired a trumpeter to announce my arrival. Surprisingly, he doesn't look up. The air conditioner clicks on when I am a few yards away.
Someone has tied lime green streamers to the vents. As they begin to dance, I smell something-it is Caleb's smell, peppermints and oranges.
I am close enough to see the scar that curves itself gently around his right eye-the one I used to trace with my finger. His presence in a room is like a jarring physical impact. To prove this, I see women-old and young shooting him looks, bending toward him.
The whole world bends for Caleb Drake and he is charmingly unaware of it. It is truly disgusting to watch. I sidle up next to him and reach for a CD. Caleb, oblivious to my presence moves down the alphabetized line of artists.
I trace his steps and just as I move a few feet behind him,-his body turns in my direction. I freeze and there is a brief second when I have the urge to run. I grind my heels down and watch as his eyes trace my face like he's never seen it before, and land on the plastic square in my hand. And then, after three long years, I hear his voice. He still speaks with the same diluted British accent I remember, but the hardness I was expecting to hear isn't there.
Something is wrong. I didn't catch that. Seconds of silence flick by. I decide he is waiting for me to speak. I run my eyes over his face looking for a clue to the game he is playing. He has always been so good at facial expressions, always the right one at the right time. He looks placid and only remotely interested in my answer. I feel safe so I say, "Umm, you're a classic rock kind of guy,,,but I could be wrong.
I shiver involuntarily as a memory of him looking at my lips that way comes rushing back to me.
Wasn't that look how it all started? I have no memory of it. Was this some type of sick joke? Some way of getting back at me? How could you not remember?
Sounds corny I know. But, the truth is-I have no idea what I like or liked, I guess I should say.
I'm sorry. I don't know why I'm telling you this. It feels as if someone has taken a potato masher to my brain. Nothing makes sense. Nothing fits together. Caleb doesn't know who I am. Caleb doesn't know who I am! With every step, he takes toward the door I become more desperate.
Somewhere in my head I hear a voice scream, "Stop him! My voice is barely audible. Shutting them out, I focus on Caleb's back. He is almost to the door when he turns to face me. Think fast, think fast! Holding up a finger indicating for him to wait where he is, I set off in a trot for the classic rock section. It only takes a minute to find what used to be his favorite CD. I return with it clutched tightly in my hands, stopping a few feet away from where he is standing.
My aim is off, but he catches it with grace and smiles almost sadly. I watch him walk to the register, sign his credit card receipt, and disappear right back out of my life. Why didn't I tell him who I am? Now it is too late and the moment for honesty has past. I stay rooted in his wake, my heart beating sluggishly in my chest as I try to process what has happened.
He forgot me. The detective, who I had a ridiculous crush on, was named Follagyn Beville. A modern day Jack the Ripper was targeting prostitutes. Follagyn was hunting him down.
Her blond hair was fashionably tousled even though the clothes she wore remained stuck in long bil owy skirts, oversize pants and shirts, and men's vests and blazers she picked up in thrift stores the length and breadth of Boston in imitation of Annie Hal. After that, it was easy to lift the cover. The lines I'd already drawn between what went on in my mind and what I carried in my blood grew more distinct.
My Aunt Sarah had snorted when she heard of my decision to specialize in seventeenth-century chemistry. A captivating and romantic ripping yarn' E L James 'Intelligent and off-the-wall. Since arriving a few weeks ago, I had been working through the list methodical y. Illustrations are well executed, but details are incorrect, missing. Hopkins' treatise is comprised of answers to various queries he had received by members of the public curious about his investigatory techniques in finding witches.
I was in Oxford to complete a research project. In kindergarten I'd asked my friend Amanda's mother why she bothered washing the dishes with soap and water when al you needed to do was stack them in the sink, snap your fingers, and whisper a few words. It had always been precocious, leading me to talk and read before other children my age.
The manuscript sat on the library table in a pool of lamplight. That night my parents told me we had to be careful about how we spoke about magic and with whom we discussed it. Scholars do one of two things when they discover information that doesn't fit what they already know. After pul ing up stakes and resettling in Madison, the Bishops worked hard to demonstrate how useful it could be to have witchy neighbors for healing the sick and predicting the weather.
This was not an ordinary palimpsest. My excess energy went into athletics. The result might have been a riveting performance, but each new role brought fresh chal enges. Does the electronic version of the book completely replace the paper version?
THE LEGENDS OF ADALMEARC
My face turned back toward Duke Humfrey's, and my feet threatened to fol ow. Deep in the stacks of Oxfords Bodleian Library, young scholar Diana Bishop unwittingly calls up a bewitched alchemical manuscript in the course of her research.
Descended from an old and distinguished line of witches, Diana wants nothing to do with sorcery, so after a furtive glance and a few notes, she banishes the book to the stacks, but her discovery sets a fantastical underworld stirring, and a horde of daemons, witches, and vampires soon descends upon the library.
That way she could plead ignorance when it turned out she owed the electric company money. Upon its conclusion, my findings would be published, substantiated with extensive analysis and footnotes, and presented to human col eagues, leaving no room for mysteries and no place in my work for what could be known only through a witch's sixth sense.
When my mother was lit up with magic, you couldn't tear your eyes away from her. To kick off the class, he asked us, 'How do you know what you think you know? Here, with my hard-earned doctorate, tenure, and promotions in hand and my career beginning to blossom, I'd renounced my family's heritage and created a life that depended on reason and scholarly abilities, not inexplicable hunches and spel s.
A discovery of witches epub wall vk. A Discovery Of Witches a discovery of witches epub wall vk. The discoverie of witchcraft: Scot, Reginald, ? Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness When historian Diana Bishop opens an alchemical manuscript in the Bodleian Library, it's an unwelcome intrusion of magic into her carefully ordered life.
A Discovery of Witches In this tale of passion and obsession, Diana Bishop, a young scholar and a descendant of witches, discovers a long-lost and enchanted alchemical manuscript, Ashmole , deep in Oxford's Bodleian Library.I just can't believe my eyes.
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