Meredith was almost too busy watching Cisco rub a bloodied saw blade against his face to hear Jessica, but the little nickname was enough to make her blood run cold. What a fucking bitch. Hadn't she told Jessica time and time again to never
call her that? Where did she get the gumption to strut over here and begin calling her Merry. As she spoke, her voice was dripping with a monotone, deadpan style. "Hello there, Jessica. It's been awhile, hasn't it? I know there are greater things to worry about here, but you and I both know that it's Pandora. Call me Merry again, and I'll pretend I didn't hear you... Oh! You wanna sign my book after Gracie's done?"
But she was picked up by Nick and led away. What the hell.
Kay, whatever. It was nice seeing you too, Jessica.
But now Meredith was split between staying with Cisco and Josée, or following that other
group because Gracie still had her Book of Life! And she couldn't just let that go, but she didn't exactly want to follow that group of antagonistic psychopaths... And Cisco and Josée seemed so nice and defenseless, and she sort of wanted to stick around with them but... Her book! She couldn't just let Gracie walk away with her prized book of holiness!
She supposed she would have to follow after the group of psychopaths. OH well. At least Jessica was with them too.
((Meredith Hemmings continued in A way a lone a last