The morning found a group of men in a small diner outside of town. The group had consisted of seven men who all were stunning to all the women who walked in the little restaurant to pick up their morning orders. As they sat down surprisingly in different styles of dress, somewhere turned out in three-piece suits while a few others were in tee shirts and ripped jeans. Nathan was sitting tall in his suit as he looked over his friends as they all sat down. Henry as always was similarly dressed, as he had been in a low-income family that had sent him to a boarding school on a scholarship, he had found he really enjoyed looking the part of a successful businessman. Matthew whom, Nathan had known all his life as he was only a week younger than him and was his cousin was dressed the same. He had alwa
She woke up to the sound of her alarm clock for the first time in two months. It was something that she had never even dreamt of as being a beautiful thing. As much as she hated the fact that she had to wake up the first time in two months that she had been able to sleep for any amount of time without having the dream wake her up. She was wide-eyed and ready to start the day for the first time without bags under her eyes and having to take a freezing ice shower to try and make herself look halfway decent and awake. Even her breakfast tasted better than it had in months. She finally felt like she wasn’t just trying to survive, she actually felt alive for the first time in so long. She was ready to start the day, no matter what that particular day was going to bring.
As she sat at her desk, she wondered precisely where they were going, the only five-star restaurant in the area had close to a four-month waiting list. How would they be able just to call and change the reservation and also how did they get the reservation in the first place, as far as she knew yesterday was the first time they had been here, otherwise she would have heard through the grapevine that they had visited. They were not ones that could blend into the usual crowd that came into the building. The receptionist was known to gossip about any man who was semi-decent and she had to tell her a few times herself that she needed to stop ogling the men that came in. She had the distinct way to make them feel uncomfortable as she undressed them with her eyes while flirting. Some men of science
She made her way through the maze of hallways that she knew that she was being watched still but not by who, it was more like a what, to her office. As she got into her office, she shut the blue door and pulled her blinds closed as she picked up the phone and called the detective that was handling Sanchez’s murder. She started to explain when he picked up, exactly what had gone on in the past few hours and precisely what she had found without even trying to be a part of the case. She wanted to turn over the evidence as soon as possible, and he said that he would send a squad car to pick it up. He agreed that it seemed a little odd that she would receive an email from a dead man’s account and he wanted to take a look at it for himself. Apparently, the first part of the investigation
The next few hours of her day went by entirely uninterrupted. She had managed to get through over the one thousand emails that she received over the past three days and was able to filter through to find the one or two that she actually was interested in possibly taking on as a case. The ability to pick and choose what she wanted to do in her free time while still constructing the ideals of the project that she was going to spearhead very shortly was a slight boon to her. She knew after the dinner tonight things might be slightly different for her; she hoped that maybe they would drop some hint as to what exactly was really going on but in the meantime, she knew at the end of the day she still had to write her proposal for the project. Luckily she pretty much already had everything outlined an
Approximately three hours after she walked into the restaurant she knew precisely why they had given her the warnings about Micah and his flirting. Once again she had had the same feeling almost instantaneously that she knew him from somewhere the sense of familiarity was still overwhelming as she was sitting and as the chef also sat down next to her, he quickly began the conversation and just kept it rolling for hours. He had left the kitchen when they arrived and promptly set down and started talking as if they were old friends she understood that he and the other three were old friends by the time that she had gotten there they had explained that they had met Micah at their boarding school. More Micah’s father had wanted him to join him in the field of business investment Micah himsel
“What the hell Kit? What you mean what did I do? “ he asked in a very low tone.“Aaron, what the hell did you do? You weren’t acting right this morning sure as hell are not acting right now how the hell did you get the scratches?”“Kit, with the hell’s gotten into you? ”
As the two people sat in the dark, in the forest, overlooking the parking lot where they could see Kit’s car on the other side. As they waited for the taxi arrive and after they stop talking and just sat there and watched the car for the time being. Off in the distance she heard the slight click that she had heard before, it was something that no person who would ever been to a war-torn country would ever forget. Instinctively she not only moved quick but she grabbed him and pulled him down to the ground as well. It was just then after they had reached the ground which in total had probably been only about 20 seconds from the time that she had heard the click and it had registered in her brain. Matthew who was also going on instinct by keeping her away from the car and realized that some