I t was the thunderous vision of all that must have come before that set Laylee’s brain on fire. Her mind cycled quickly through imagined scenes, wondering what spark had ignited the conflagration in front of her. Gavi, Laylee, and Sarah stood in the entranceway for a long, silent, ugly moment. “I go to put her in the room at the end, okay, Miss Laylee? With the poof curtains?” Cassandra finally said, her eyes revealing disdain for Laylee’s lack of manners.