On the car ride, he’d told Derek and Chloe about Antone’s suggestion. To my surprise, it was Chloe who’d protested, while Derek just sat there, processing. Chloe was worried about how the Cabal treated werewolves. Beyond that, though, she wasn’t personally averse to the idea. They’d been running for months and had all come to realize there was no foreseeable end to that running. They’d talked about moving to Australia, but no one was particularly keen on that. Even if they made it there, it would involve more hiding and more lying.
It wasn’t hard for Kit to convince Chloe that he’d never take any step that would endanger Derek. He’d uprooted his life a decade ago and spent the intervening years on the road to protect him. Now Derek had come fully into his powers and he was, by any standard, a success. Chloe’s own powers had apparently
gotten off to a rough start, but she was also a Project Genesis success. Same went for Tori. They’d all learned to control any side effects and were super-powered supernaturals, which made them valuable. Simon wasn’t showing the same power boost, but he hadn’t displayed any negative issues, either—just a smooth transition into a supernatural. Still, the Nasts had been the ones to kidnap Kit and hold him captive for months. He seemed
remarkably unconcerned about that. It was business, he said.
No one was forgetting what the Edison Group did to Liz Delaney and a couple of other subjects. Not forgetting. Not forgiving. But the people who’d done that—Dr. Davidoff and others—were dead. That knee-jerk reaction to problems seemed to have died with them. And it wasn’t the St. Clouds we hoped to deal with anyway.
You led the Nasts here?” Derek said.
“No,” Daniel said. “Obviously the St. Clouds did. Somehow they knew we were coming here—”
“Somehow?” Derek turned on me. “Your father told them. He set this whole thing up.”
“What for?” I said. “If he wanted the Nasts to know, he’d have told them without sending us here.”
“Let’s not do this,” Chloe said. “If Corey’s telling us these people are in our back woods, we can’t sit around flinging blame.
Okay, I am SO confused! I read The Rising and I don't get what the heck happened in the end... So are they safe now? I thought that the Nasts or Cabals or whatever who gave them Badger Lake were looking for them since the beginning and they worked with The Edison Group. Or I think I'm wrong. I don't know. Please fill me in on what happened. Stupid cousins messed up my mind and told me some random crap about the book
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I think they are safe now, but who knows. The Cabals are not the good guys, but they are not the bad guys either. It’s complicated, I think they are really safe because they are valuable and stuff and since their powers are controlled now they don’t represent danger for them so most likely the nasts want them to work for them in the future
Do you like The Secret Circle? (I thought it'd be okay to ask you this since your dream actress for Chloe is Britt Robertson stars in The Secret Circle as Cassie Blake.) Anyways, do you like the show? And are you pissed at the fact that they cancelled the show? By the way, do you know exactly WHY they cancelled it? And because of you, I started to watch The Secret Circle since you chose Britt to be Chloe and I wanted to see her... so thank you! I think Britt would be an amazing Chloe Saunders!
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I liked it. I was really pissed at the time they cancelled. They cancelled it because of low ratings (cw does it with all the shows with low ratings). Yes, I think too, I would love to see her as Chloe if in the future the books became a movie, she would be awesome.