Chapter 10

Nathan looked around the empty garage which was turned into a small music studio. From the radiance in his eyes, he actually admired the view. I wasn’t wrong about him being a guitar player, but he did it just for fun because he didn’t seem to care much about music that time.

“You had friends over?” He glanced at me. “These are their stuffs?”

“Yes,” I answered lazily. I truly didn’t want to deal with Nathan tonight after Dad gave me a cold shoulder about the garage being used by my human friends. Besides, Nathan didn’t even discuss about what he found last night over dinner. If he really did want to change like Mom said, he would let me know that a human was hurt and I witnessed it.

“Are they performing for the homecoming tomorrow?” He asked again as his hand snatched an apple on the table.

“No,” I replied, still focusing on my homework.

“Too bad. I would like to see them perform,” he said and then bit the apple. “Mom, is my suit for the homec

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