“He nodded as Nachal rose slowly from the chair and came over to stand in front of her. “Don’t be stubborn,” he said with a sigh. Then he kissed her cheek, and shut the door quietly. She turned to her father in confusion. “Am I really that stubborn?” she asked him with a frown. He laughed, and all of the shadows again fled from his face. She smiled to see it. “I’m afraid he’s speaking of something specific dear, not merely general stubbornness.””
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