Blind Sight: Through The Eyes Of Leocardo Reyes
Leocardo threw open his bedroom curtains and saw the wonderful transformation the snow had brought upon the city. Everything was covered with frost. Icicles dripped into pools below. The white flakes clung to the branches and trunks of trees, sticking wherever the wind pushed it. A smile grew on his unshaven face as he stood there in only his long pajama pants. He caught Odette in the hallway.
“When is your friend coming over today?” he murmured as he closed his bedroom door.
“She’s picking me up to go out, then we’re having dinner, then we’ll come back here. Apparently her friend Nate will be joining us,” she added quickly.
“What?” His head snapped around. “And you tell me this now?”
“I mentioned it some days ago,” she replied, innocently.
“You must’ve muttered it under your breath because I don’t remember you ever asking,” he said.
Leocardo shook his head in disappointment. “Keep your phone on you at all times, and watch out for Nate—”
“Don’t be stupid, Ana trusts him,” she tried to defend.
“I’m sure he won’t try anything with Ana, but you’re the pretty friend who is accompanying them.”
Odette blushed. “Go away,” she said trying to cover up her embarrassment and avoided the rest of the conversation by going into the bathroom.
The gushing sound of water echoed around the bathroom as Odette turned on the shower. He closed his eyes for a moment and realized how little control he had over his sister’s decisions and her actions.
The apartment buzzer went off. Leocardo glanced over to the door, was that Ana and Nate?
Odette yelled from the shower, “Can you get that!”
Leocardo slowly made his way toward the buzzer. He pressed the button. “Hello, who is it?” Continue reading