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She really had changed. She Was Nothing I groaned as I looked into my bag. My cool new outfit had gone back to its horrible original state. I must have lost my concentration when Brooke hit my shoulder. I knew I couldn't change with all these people around. I stalled for time as everyone else changed, then when no one was watching, I slipped down into the secret training room downstairs. Luckily, it was empty. I quickly changed into my old clothes and sat down on the hard cement floor. It took me a little while longer to connect with my power than it had this morning.
She leaned toward me. "A ritual where you accept your role in the Order. Your tattoo was the first step toward becoming the Prima. " Out of how many? I bit my bottom lip. " "No," she said, putting her hand on my arm again and giving it a squeeze. " I looked at her to make sure she was telling the truth. Her expression looked genuine and sympathetic at the same time. " The council voted unanimously to perform my confirmation ceremony right then and there. All that was left was for me to accept. I had a feeling that if they hadn't needed my acceptance, they would have already drugged me and gone ahead with this ritual a long time ago.
In the back of my mind, I was aware that I needed to watch my tone, but I could feel myself losing control. I was just so tired of the secrets and the lies in this town. Why didn't they simply say what they meant instead of tap-dancing around it? "Yes," Mrs. Ashworth said with a curt nod. "We brought you before the council hoping it would help you understand just how serious we take your actions when you fail to follow the rules. " I snorted. Loud. It was kind of an accident. An immediate reaction to the thought that I was in danger of being taken off the squad.
Bitter Demons by Sarra Cannon