Screw family. Screw friendship. Screw Loki.
Kai is done with it all. Betrayed, abandoned, murdered; it’s been one thing after another, and he just wants to get away. Why should he allow himself to be dragged into a battle that is not his? Let the gods fight it out themselves, and leave him alone.
His resolve to distance himself doesn’t last very long once Fenris shows up, and Kai finds himself feeling more at home than he’s ever felt before. It hardly makes sense; how does one find home with a monster? Especially that monster? Kai can’t explain it. Worse, he can’t find it in himself to fight the growing attraction. . .