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Drew held Scott to him, wanting to talk about something but not sure how to bring it up. " Scott asked quietly, and Drew grinned to himself. Man always knew. "Nothing really. " Scott looked up at him, eyes troubled until Drew shook his head. "Nothing bad, just interesting. We get there and everyone is out of the house, standing around watching the fire, right? A man and two women, a couple of dogs. " Scott nodded his head and Drew figured he hadn't explained it very well. "Together, Doc. " Scott blinked up at him.

Where Scott's features were fine and almost delicate Daniel's were sharp and edgy. "I'm glad you came," Daniel said, leading Drew into the room he evidently used as an office. It was a comfortable space, with an over-stuffed arm chair and more books than even Scott had. The walls were full of diplomas and certificates, the blank spaces filled with family photos. "Thank you, sir. " Daniel didn't sit down, nor did he offer a chair to Drew. It was either going to be a very fast chat, or Daniel was exerting himself.

And this room ... it's very nice, dear, and tidy. Too tidy, and the air is stale. " He bit his lip. "Mom, we're not ... " She held a hand up to him, followed almost immediately by patented Mom Finger Shaking. "Not him. A nice man with a good job and a house? Don't you dare torture me with the thought that this doesn't mean anything. You want it to be nice and easy, fine. " Then she gave him the warm, happy mom smile he loved. Relief washed over him as he looked around the room. " he asked shyly.

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