Chapter Fifteen: Hope

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“I appreciate the thought, boys. And I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t happy to know that we’re going to remain the triumvirate of power for at least the next four years, but...I already kinda have a roommate?” Lydia said, her words sounding apologetic - which made Harmon feel a little guilty.  He felt less guilty when Lydia looked up at him and gave him a small smile that said she was actually relieved to have him as a roommate instead of living with the twins. Compared to himself, Marlo and Angelo were probably a more exciting option, but maybe excitement isn’t what Dia was looking for in a place to sleep. Lydia wasn’t an introvert, but as an only child she was probably accustomed to having space and the joy of her own company whenever she wanted it. First Marlo, then Angelo, turned thei

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