For six days, Gael consistently accompanied Angela for her morning routine. And in the afternoons or evenings—whether she had gone to her training or just out with Nina, he would appear afterwards when she was about to go home—may it be early in the afternoon or late at night.
Gael would be there like her shadow whenever she stepped out of the building. Her best friend, Nina, asked her one time if that didn't creep her out as he was becoming a borderline stalker. But despite herself, Angela didn't think that way. In fact, she felt the opposite. She felt safe.
However, even though he had been around since he came back to Mayne City, he never once asked her to give him a chance to have a conversation with her again—until today.
While Angela took a breather at a bench in the park, Gael sat next to her, both of them panting and trying to steady their breathing.
Uh-oh. *runs around with flailing arms*
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