“I don’t want to talk about it,” Mikey said before he got a chance to say anything.
“It wasn’t that bad,” Sebastian said even though he had to admit that it had actually been pretty terrifying.
It probably wouldn’t have been that bad if she hadn’t made any sudden moves. Not that he could blame her, because he really couldn’t, not when his siblings had ignored the screams for mercy and moved in for the kill. Then again, if she’d just given up her hold on the bowl, none of this would have ever happened.
“I think it would be for the best if we went our separate ways,” the girl that seemed to live to torment him said with a sad little sniffle as she pointedly looked away from him.