Deadly Secrets (Part 2, page 2 of 12)


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Part 2

Inside the adjacent apartment building, Zara was hopping around the lobby, attempting to squeeze her foot into her boot. After she had painstakingly succeeded, she stamped her foot and wiggled her toes. "I'm coming, Jesus," she grumbled, half-limping, half-jogging her way to the entrance, a backpack around her shoulders and a crowbar in her hand. She threw herself against the heavy metallic door and recoiled when she breathed in a mouthful of the frigid autumnal air.

"I'd appreciate if you had a little more respect for my car," Saffron complained, unable to hide his disgust when Orion ignored him and lit his cigarette. "Also, you shouldn-" He held his tongue when he saw Zara stumbling down the stairs, and instead of continuing to berate Orion, he put the key into the ignition. The car briefly chortled, then the engine began to purr as it warmed up.

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