I can't stand to lose you again.
"Kaidan?" the man sitting behind the desk didn't move, didn't even flinch when the serene silence was broken by the hesitant voice of his asari friend. "Kaidan a few of us were going to see what we can do for food. Would you.....would you like to come?"
He remained silent, head bowed over a datapad that he wasn't really looking at.
"Kaidan?" his body tensed, his eyes turning just enough to glare at the blue skinned alien standing nervously by the door. She took a step back, retreating from the room that had once belonged to the only woman Kaidan had ever truly loved. He wouldn't have anyone else coming in here, wouldn't have them messing up anything that belonged to her.
"Kaidan, I know.....I know how you feel...."
"No. You don't." had his voice always sounded that empty, that hollow?
"She was my friend too...." He felt the surge of biotics course through his veins, knew he was glowing the odd mix of blue and purple.
"Get out Liara. I don't want to talk