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I remember that day very well. I wasn’t where I wanted to be. Instead of being off somewhere tropical, I was here in Ireland. The sky looked so dark with black clouds, and the sun was nowhere to be found.
“All right?”asked Owen.
“Well yes,” I tell him.
Owen nods his head. “Pip pip. Best of the Irish to you.”
I sit down in the boat I paddle my way to the island that was owned by my grandfather. I grab my luggage and haul it off the boat, setting it down next to me, so that I can tie my boat down. When I finished tying my boat, I pick up my luggage and make my way over to my grandfather’s mansion.
“Ah, young Aedyn,” says the butler before I even get to open the door.
“You must be, Brody?”
“That I am.”
“So, this is what my grandfather has left me?”
Brody nodded. “Walk this way, sir. I will have your bags in your room by supper.”