Claustrophobia. He sent the feeling of airy openness, of standing in a wide-open field on a warm summer day. Linsora emitted a tiny squeak of surprise and a relieved series of breaths.
“I didn’t think Khizarans were prone to claustrophobia,” he said as soon as he felt her truly recover. He was pleasantly surprised that the comment wasn’t met with instant ire.
“They’re not. My father was Terran,” Linsora said in a normal voice. “I suppose I should thank you.”
“No need to thank me . . .”
“I don’t like receiving something without a fair exchange.”
“Fine. You could start calling me Permac. Isn’t it an insult for a Khizaran to refer to someone by their surname?”
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