“Doxy, please relax.” Silver said to him as he paced back and forth in the living room.
“I am mad that Dad decided to teach the girls after I told him I didn’t want him to teach them anything.” He put his paws up.
“They just learned to fly Dox, it’s not like they know chaotic magic.” Silver said calmly as she walked into the kitchen.
“Silver!” Paradox went after her.
“Yes?” She asked as she started to take plates from the cupboard.
“What if he’s teaching them chaotic magic without my knowledge? I don’t want them to learn it. I never got the hang of it and I know it’s the reason that LillyRose is missing.” Paradox helped her by taking utensils out of the drawer.
“Are you really sure that is the reason?” Silver asked as she opened the oven and looked at the dinner that was cooking. It was vegetarian lasagna. “I think another ten minutes.” She said as she closed the oven.
Paradox sniffed the dinner and smacked his lips. “That smells so good.” He shook his head. “I am not sure… but I know it has to be a factor.”
“It’s not ready yet.” She said softly. “Maybe you should talk to your father about the girls again.”
“I have already told him not to teach them chaotic magic.”
He closed his eyes and let out a deep sigh. “Silver, you are too smart for your own good. You discovered the loophole and Dad has a clever way of finding loopholes and taking every advantage of it.” He kissed Silver on her cheek as he placed the utensils next to the plates she had put on the table.
“He is your father. You should talk to him Dox. You can’t stay mad at him forever; he has every right to be around the girls as your mother does.” Silver said as she bumped her hip against him.
Paradox nodded. “You’re right as always.” He shook his head. “There is a reason why I keep you around.”
“I thought it was because of the sex.” Silver smiled.
“That my love; is known as a perk.” He gave her a smirk and winked at her.
Silver went to the oven as she shook her head she pulled the lasagna out and set it on top to cool off. “Get the girls; dinner is ready.”
He saluted her. “Yes, Lieutenant Silver Dash.”
“Mother was right…” She muttered.
“Oh?” He paused before going out the door.
“You’re a smart aleck.”
He laughed as he went to get the twins.