"My pocket. My phone." I then heard the vibrations. I took it and handed it to him. He answered it with a moan. I stood wetting the cloth again as he stood. He took the cloth and ran it all over his face. "That's none of your business." I handed him the water and pills and he drank the water taking another glass to down it and the pills. "No, I am busy at the moment." He handed me the glass as I refilled it. "It's one am in the morning, man!" He yelled into the phone as he took another drink. I watched as the muscles at his chest tightened. Whoever was on the phone definitely made him nervous. "Well, I hope you got what you deserved. No they don't." I slipped out of the bedroom and went into the big bed room. Alora had hugged the blanket, her thumb in her mouth, and she was fast asleep again. I ran my hand on her head as exhaustion took place. I turned as Edward came out of the bathroom. His hair now wet but his ear to the phone. "Look, even if they still existed do you really have to go on looking? I mean, when father destroyed them, wasn't that enough. Who cares if one more still walks this earth." I froze. Brother? Destroyed? One more? He didn't look up at me as he sat on the couch. His body bent forward as he still spoke on the phone. "I think your making that up. How come after years of looking after the church you now have found her?" I moved to where Edward couldn't see me. My breath moving ruff as I listened to the one sided conversation. "You didn't find evidence at that church. All you did was scare a few nuns and the priest there-----All I am saying is you are chasing a dream. Someone who doesn't even exist anymore---- yea only in your head---- Alora is doing good---- No, no wife yet---- Man, you change the subject too much. When you actually have proof that this person really does exist, that's when you call me. Then you can tell me I was wrong like always." With that he had cut the phone tossing it on the couch. I took a deep breath, grabbed one of his t shirt to pretend as if I was looking for it for him and left the bigger bedroom. I stood in front of him as he looked else ware. "Ever hear of Virgoians?" My heart quickened. If he was looking at me the heart race would probably have given me away.
The Last Virgoian
Fantasy Romance · gingerbeez37