References to Gaslighting
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The Thawnes are the cream of Central City society; wealthy, powerful, and numerous. Eobard Thawne, head of the family, loves his cousin Eddie enough to allow his decidedly middle-class pursuits – but when Eddie asks permission to leave the family and marry Iris West, that’s a bridge too far. Eobard has to lay down the law for the sake of all the other Thawnes: either Iris will pay Eddie’s stringent life-price, or there will be no marriage!
Barry Allen owes the West family everything – they took him in after he was orphaned, and looked after him as if he were their own. He’s not going to stand idly by while some pretentious blueblood blocks his adopted sister’s path to happiness. But when Eobard Thawne offers him a deal to make it possible, will Barry be able to keep up his end of the bargain?
Daphne knew that it was risky, taking in an unknown man into her home. But Emmanuel, blessed with amnesia, had proven to be a kind and trustworthy person. He was a good husband, and his God-given gifts of healing had brought her much respect and admiration.
Perhaps she had become a trifle too proud, or maybe it was greed, but the first time Emmanuel paused, eyes wide with the ghosts of lost memories, Daphne lied. She convinced him it was nothing, that he must be mistaken. Of course, she knew it was wrong, and of course she regretted it. She was a good person, and good people didn't mislead others. That didn't prevent her from lying the next time he asked. Or the time after that.
Somehow, she had never expected him to realise her duplicity.
She shouldn’t be, but she’s genuinely surprised when Noah is brought in for questioning.