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A question was implied, and it was the one question I feared more than any other. I deflated a bit as he looked at me, something akin to accusation in his eyes. "It was ... intensely personal. " I grappled to find the words. How could I explain to jordin's fiance-the person she was close to more than any other-that I couldn't possibly tell him what I knew, when it was somethingJordin had not chosen to tell him herself. Derek was about to mount an argument, but I spoke first, changing the subject.
At Jill's words, Angela shivered slightly but smiled. "I've got one," she said, glancing around to make sure none of the other amusement park patrons in this line were listening too closely. "When I was like nine or ten, sometimes my great-aunt would pick me up after school and I'd stay at her house for a couple of hours until my dad got off work. Her husband was this really mean old guy who'd done all these awful, evil things to her, but he died before I was born. She kept this old recliner in the house that belonged to him, and I hated it.
Uh ... " Both girls watched me with sudden caution. Their demeanors betrayed that they knew they'd suddenly trodden into unwanted territory. " Angela almost whispered. The only answer I could give was the honest one. " I looked away from their stunned expressions, trying to act nonchalant. Finally, after a long pause, I heardJill exhale quickly in a halfhearted attempt at laughter, but it came out awkwardly and sounded like a nervous cough. They quickly changed the subject. " asked Jill. " replied Angela.
A Problem in Card Shuffling by Gwen McKinley