By Gemma Halliday
First i locate out that my boyfriend is dishonest on me. Then he’s pegged because the no 1 suspect in a homicide. And now he’s looking on me to transparent his identify. heavily? up to I wouldn’t brain gazing him squirm, i do know that he’s blameless. So I’m pushing aside my formerly untapped detective abilities and setting out to enterprise. yet I continue tripping over useless our bodies and I’m nonetheless no toward knowing who did it. And what’s worse: all symptoms appear to element to me because the killer’s subsequent sufferer. i actually have to choose a greater boyfriend subsequent time.
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But it’ll get us there,” Sam promised. . ” I thought about it. ” Sam nodded. ” Then she turned to me as she slowed for a stop sign. “But seriously. ” I sighed, leaned my head back on the seat, and closed my eyes. ” Which, I realized, was the truth. I had no idea what I was supposed to say in a situation like this. I knew I was supposed to be angry at him. And I was. That feeding-his-family-jewels-to-the-hamster thing might have been a joke, but it wasn’t too far off the mark. Every time I thought of that condom wrapper burning a hole through my book bag, I wanted to hit something.
She shook her head violently. “H-E-double-hockey-sticks no! ” I paused. ” Sam gave my shoulder a shove. “No way! ” I did, quickly filling her in on my midnight visitor, all the while watching her eyes grow wider and wider. By the time I was finished, she looked like she’d been popping No-Doz all morning. ” she asked. I stuck a fingernail between my teeth. Then nodded. ” I said, a little more loudly than I’d meant to. I made a conscious effort to lower my voice before I continued. “I know. And I did,” I assured her, ignoring the memory of how conflicted my stupid emotions had been last night.
You’re not what? ” I bit my lip. Okay, in reality I was probably both. Luckily, Sam jumped in to save me. ” I froze, forcing my feet to stop shifting. “I’m not fidgeting,” I lied. Again. ” Mental forehead smack. “All right, fine,” I finally said. ” I ignored him. ” “The girl he was effing,” Sam supplied. Chase did a low whistle before turning to me. ” “No kidding. ” Chase asked. ” I hedged. ” That slow smile spread across his face again. ” I clenched my jaw, feeling my nostrils flare. ” Chase looked from Sam to me, then back again as if trying to decide how much to share.
Deadly Cool by Gemma Halliday