That's all Evelyn has ever heard. How do you explain to a 7 year old girl that her parents died? Classified. How do you tell her that they were murdered? You don't because that information is classified.
Her entire life, Evelyn has played by their rules. She didn't question it when her parents dropped her off at her uncle's house. She didn't bat an eye when they told her that she needed to changed her surname.
Most girls grew up in their own time but not Evelyn. No, she was forced to grow up at the age of 12. She was forced into working for Gemini. But it's alright, she'll play by their rules because it means that she's one step closer. One step closer to knowing why her parents' deaths were hushed down. Why her name itself is so important.
But along the way she'd forgotten the number one rule. Don't trust anyone.
So when the new boy, Gideon, comes barging into her life, it's the principal that she uses to ward off his charms. But he's not the type to let her go so easily. No instead he'll use everything that he's got to break down every one of her walls.
Don't trust anyone. Yet it's so easy to trust him.
(cover made by ZamTron)