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“I can’t find Ronan.” Declan’s voice comes in frustrated on the other end. But Gansey knows that, just like his brother, Declan’s tone is covering something that’s much more vulnerable than he cares to admit. Gansey exhales heavily out of his nostrils, pulls his glasses from his face, and pinches the bridge of his nose. There’s a cramp of concern that tightens the bottom of his stomach but he pretends it’s from hunger. “And I know he’s not with you.”
“He’s not,” Gansey confirms.
“I’ve checked The Barns, the police station, the hospital, the roads, that weasel’s house, the fairgrounds. Everywhere.”
Not everywhere, Gansey thinks. “I’ll find him.”
“Preferably,” Gansey pauses, then his voice turns stony, “You know I don’t have a choice in that matter.”
“But you do.”
And Declan hangs up.
or the one soon after niall's death where gansey tries his hardest to be ronan's lifejacket.