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Hugh almost died of blood loss on the way to the hospital. But he was a tough kid. And a very smart one. He didn't even try to explain to anybody what he'd been doing with the silver necklace. He knew they would never believe him if he said he'd suddenly remembered a bunch of past lives, including one where he'd seen a werewolf killed. Hugh Davis was an Old Soul. And a wakened Old Soul, which was even more rare. It scared Jez a little. He was human and she was from the Night World, but she didn't pretend to understand the magic that brought some humans back again and again, reincarnating them in new bodies.
But before she could open her mouth, Claire whirled around. The eyes that had been wet a moment ago were flashing. "You just wait," she said. "They don't see through you, but I do. You're up to something, and I'm going to find out what it is. " She turned and stalked out the door. Jez stood for an instant, speechless, then she blinked and closed the door. She locked it. And then for the first time since she'd seen the ghoul, she allowed herself to let out a long breath. That had been close.
His eyes were gray and so intense-fathomless. Her skin was tingling. She looked away and said evenly, "We should get you to a hospital. " "No. I'm okay. " When she opened her mouth to protest, he added, "Jez, you don't know why I'm here. " He was right; Jez had been so intent on getting him conscious that she hadn't even wondered what he was doing here. She looked at him for a moment, then nodded. She helped him up, and let go of his arm when she saw he could stand without falling over. " He took a few steps, then made a circuit of the room, loosening his muscles.