To be an unusual hobbit is, in itself, to be worthy of comment.
“Some of us – ”
“Most of us – ”
“We’ve all done terrible things on behalf of the Rebellion.”
He pledges himself to her in words that make her chin tremble beneath her smile, that make her throat tight and her heart swell too big to fit under her ribs as tears slide down her cheeks.
Jyn firmly believes in greeting new people by shaking their hands instead of taking a bottle of Jim Beam from them in front of a little girl, but alas, you can’t have everything.
“Transmitting,” the pleasant mechanical voice announced. “Transmitting.”
Breathing. Just breathing.
She put him at about thirty, maybe thirty-two. Too old to be young but too young to have the lines that he did around his eyes and mouth.
So far, nothing, but they had two hours left to go. Two hours that everyone on the ship was beginning to realize that Cassian Andor might not have to spare.
“PRINCESS JENNIFER OF PALLAS ATHENA KIDNAPPED!” the headline screamed. There was a picture at the bottom of the sheet.
Dag dropped the phone.