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She was hardly surprised that he wasn't going to back down. Even if she wished he would, she known that there was no chance of it. As long as his warnings weren't too obvious, she wouldn't object. A matter such as this was not worth a fight, especially not since a fight would draw far more attention than silence. "I don't care if it's a board game or cards. As long as it doesn't involve long words, I'll be happy to play."

This girl had, in her lifetime, not played many games. Growing up alone gave her the unfortunate opinion that she ought to be the center of attention and receive praise no matter what. A messy divorce had soon revealed that this wasn't so. It's a common belief that children are capable of blaming themselves for every flaw in the family, that they can always come to think that they are at fault. This was not the case for Anna. The divorce had left her as a very angry and hateful child. The meeting with Callen had changed this.

A part of her now thought that the fact that the two of them had become friends wasn't a coincidence. It was fate. Clive had said that the two girls had known each other in every single other life, and they'd always been by each other's side. That explained that curious emotion she'd felt when she first saw the redhaired girl, who then had an accent so thick that people gave up talking to her, because they didn't understand her. It had never been pity, moreso it was two words shouting out to her in her own mind.

"You must."

She wondered if Clive had planted those words there. She hadn't stopped eating at all, and even though her bites had been small and calm, she had emptied her plate. Her body had calmed, but she could still feel how everything was hard at work, patching her up.

"I'm with Tim on the boards," Callen stated, lazily leaning over the table, in the process managing to dip her elbow in a saucepuddle on her plate.