Jacob sighed and closed his eyes, feeling the comfortable warmth of having Prudence so close to him. "Horrified?" he puffed in exhaustion, "No, not really. Given everything that happened, I think you've got a right to complain. But you know what they say: third time's the charm."
He tried to muddle through his own thoughts, blurred with weariness and disorientation. "I don't know about the recordings, love. I'm not... I'm not comfortable with that recording of us making love floating out there either for all to see. But Yu seemed to indicate that Oberhall wouldn't be a problem for us anymore; if the playback was used as evidence of any sort, then I think it would have to be sealed by the courts and then erased. I think. I'm not thinking too clearly. As for your medical scans, I wouldn't worry. Even if used in a trial, the privacy around such records is legally secured for twenty years; they would have been shown only to medical experts for the purpose of making testimony, then archived with the rest of the Project reports and records. But the rest of it..."
Frowning, he reached up with a numbed hand to caress her hair, his fingers gently combing through the wet tresses that were starting to curl again. "Pru, she said Liddell extracted data from what was left of my iDesk. It held both my professional notes AND my personal diary." He coughed, his face flushing. "There were some rather... intimate... things in there. Now I'm wondering if he published any of it or just used it for notes or... Hell, I don't know. I guess I won't until we have a chance to sit down and talk with... whomever or read the book itself."
"Right now though... Can we just... lie here together for a bit longer? Just you and me in the darkness? At least we have right here, right now. Whatever's outside that window isn't going to change that, after all." Opening his eyes to glance down at her, Jacob kissed to top of her head. Smelling that wondrous scent of her hair again, he chuckled regretfully. "I'm naked, you're in a bathrobe and I wish every muscle in my body did not ache right now."