Joslyn put the mugs down on the table, nearly spilling their contents, and forced herself to meet Kendra’s eyes.
“But you still think I shouldn’t have come here,” she said, her voice small and uncommonly shaky.
Kendra reached out and touched Joslyn’s arm. “Most folks around here understand that you didn’t have anything to do with the scam,” she said. “For pity’s sake, you were just a kid. But some are still carrying a grudge. They might say things, do things—“
Joslyn closed her eyes tightly for a moment, then resolutely opened them again. Nodded her understanding.
She was doing what she knew she had to do, even if she couldn’t precisely explain the reasons, but one thing was definite: it wasn’t going to be easy.
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