They all asked how it had happened, but he didn’t respond. He couldn’t tell them exactly what had happened to him. It wasn’t that he didn’t know what had happened. Henri knew exactly what had happened to him. There was just little point in mentioning that he had been nearly ripped apart when heading into the alleyways of the Bloody Bones.
Anyone would call him an idiot. It wasn’t like he hadn’t lived here for his entire life.
Henri stood outside of the hospital and the entire city seemed like it was going to open up in front of him and drag him down. His heart hurt against his chest. He could feel every single rib.
Bloody Bones had wanted those ribs.
Henri looked up. The vampire stood, nearly in front of him. “You look like the mascot of that old candy apple company.”
Oh, he hadn’t meant to say that. The vampire smiled though.
“I was. Come on now, mortal. Before you hyperventilate, let’s drive you home.”