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Fairies of Notting Cove Ch6Devin rubbed her forehead in frustration. It had been one month since the confrontation in the square. Kennedy was never heard from again. Saga, who had quickly become Devin's best friend, was doing well as a trainee officer. Devin's job was still the same.She looked around the house. It was unlike her to disappear like this. She stomped around the hall, eyebrows furrowed. It was getting too dark. Retrieving her keys, which now had a much smaller, cuter keychain (courtesy of a certain girl), she left the house. She quickly climbed up the street. As she walked, she noticed the glow of the magical roses that speckled the street, the wagons parked on the sidewalk and the faraway shine of the temple's lights.Wait, the temple's lights were never on at night. Unless there was a ceremony, which there wasn't, because whenever there's a ceremony, everyone in the diner gossips about it.Devin marched towards the temple, once again cursing her inability to stay out of trouble. She pushed open t
Fairies of Notting Cove Ch4It had been a week."This is why I think you're stupid. A cute, injured, needy girl drops on your lap and you sent her to a homeless shelter." said the Cook, distractedly cleaning a glass. Devin glared at her."So I'm not a romantic, sue me.""Have you seen her?""No.""Maybe you should.""Why."The Cook raised an eyebrow."You're useless."She threw the very last pile of dishes on the counter, just gently enough to avoid smashing it to bits."In a rush, Devin?" asked the cook, tapping her cigarette on the edge of the ash tray.Devin glared at her again. She turned around furiously and headed for the door."I'm leaving."Flannan, the manager still attempted to call the girl but when she walked out of the kitchen, Devin was already gone.Flannan looked sadly at the Cook, who shrugged."She's always in a rush
""Even though she has no place to go." said the Cook, placing the very last glass on the shelf. She glanced through the tidy collection."Habits don't die easily."Devin walke