Burning Flowers (Chapter Four, page 2 of 4)


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She walked inside to find that Joe was on lunch and had his mouth full, which meant he couldn't delay her with his comments. She ran up to the counter and ordered a bagel and cream cheese and paid before edging to the end of the counter to wait for it to be warmed up. When it was, it was handed to her in a small paper bag with the cream cheese already spread on it.

Her flats clunked out the door as she ran to her car and got in, pulling out the bagel and sticking it into her mouth before turning on the GPS. She had programmed the woman's house the day before so she would be ready. She had a large estate on the other side of town in a gated community.

Clarke chomped down the bagel practically choking as she drove down the road, people honking at her driving once again. But she hated wasting company time when she felt she wasn't doing anything. She wanted to make use of that lunch hour and get this deal done.

She cut off a black SUV and watched the driver flip her the bird in her rear view mirror. She just glared and kept going, making it to Lincoln Crossing Estates in no time. She gave her name to the pudgy guard at the gate that in no way could stand up against a real intruder, and drove through the gate to find the correct house.

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