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“No, I don’t.”

There was a tone of disbelief in her voice. There was a hint that she wasn’t taking him seriously. There was a feeling that she was going to burst into laughter at any moment. That wasn’t a good thing. It meant that he was that much further away from getting to her. It meant that he wasn’t close to disarming this situation at all. It meant that it was still very likely that he was going to get shot here. That wasn’t good. That wasn’t ideal. He knew that he was contradicting himself by thinking that and he knew that he was betraying the platform he stood on but he wanted to live. At least long enough to get out of here. He didn’t want to die. Not here, not now, and not to her, of all people.

Jeremy Frasier was going to die on his island. He knew that. He’d said it so many times, at this point. 0% chance of winning the game.

But he sure as hell wasn’t going to die to fucking Caedyn, of all people.

So he had to get himself out of this situation.

Talk fast.

Don’t lie.

Figure out that opening and take it for all it was worth.

There was a moment of silence, after he’d said what he’d said. That probably wasn't good. He needed to elaborate. Fast.

“To be honest, my memory told me that I was the one who broke it off, so I guess I’m missing something here. Enlighten me, if you may.”
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