I knew she would react this way, and I would fix this when I had time, but at the moment I had other fish to fry.
"Well, I'm going to make sure everything is alright," I tried to talk calmly, but I couldn't. When she huffed, I went to jacksons room and knocked on the door. "Jackson, you awake? If I woke you, just tell me to go away! And watch for broken glass!"
"That should do it," I muttered, looking at the pieces of destroyed metal. Now that the task was done, I felt kind of paranoid. As far as I knew, I could have an entire army watching for just the right moment...
A bush rustled, and I squirrel came out, making me jump. I hurried in the house, nearly running into Cain. "Oh! Hi Cain! Great to see you're up and running again!"
"it's your fault, you know. If you hadn't done what you did, I wouldn't have gotten sick, and Connor wouldn't have killed them," Cain kept her voice low. "I suggest you make yourself scarce around here."
"I understand," I edged around her, scared once more. Connor had killed someone?! Why?! Was it my fault? I started searching for a secluded area in the house that I could hide in. Finding a nice spot, I hugged my knees and let the tears fall. Reaching to my neck, I went to grab my locket, but it wasn't there. It must be with all the stuff in my house, with Ronan. Just then, my phone started to ring.