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((Ridley Landon continued from It Knows Nothing of Whim))

The night spent in the tunnel was not the most pleasant experience Ridley had gone through on the island, but it was definitely better than most of his stay there. They had lost Rena's trail a forever ago, and the simple task of getting out of the tunnels themselves was anything but. The light that entered his eyes from the exit made him squint in pain. He was fully aware how easily his light blue eyes could be damaged by direct sunlight, and put up his arm to keep them safe. At the same time, Raine pulled him in the right direction and out of the mouth of the cave.

"Can't believe it's morning already," he said under his breath with a groan.

He felt Raine squeeze his hand, and glanced over at her. Her clothes were dusty all over from the tunnels and her shoes were a stark red against the ground underneath them. Ridley did his best not to think about the blood on his own shoes and looked her in the eye. She leaned in and hugged him, to his surprise, though he thought that they both needed each other at the moment.

She then looked up to him and felt her face blush red. "I'm glad I'm still with you."

For the first time since he arrived on the island, Ridley smiled. Hugging her back, he said. "Hey, back there, when Rena ran away? I'm sorry for... not really paying attention to you guys. All I could think about was staying calm and keeping everyone calm but, well, looks like I blew it." He ran a hand through the hair on the back of her head. "Sorry..."

And now we're a dime novel again, he thought to himself.
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