Oh, Myr,” he chokes out. “I hate having to ask this of you…”He glances towards the car again, and I crouch down in the shadows, hoping it’s too dark for him to see whether the window is open or closed. The woman pats his arm, cradling her hand against his elbow.”You know I’d do anything for you and Hil,” she says. I like her voice. It’s throaty and rich.”You’d do anything?” my father repeats numbly. “Even now? After -?””Even now,” the woman says firmly.