When they arrive at school, they find a car in Jordan’s parking space. It turns out to be the car of theFēng’s housekeeper. Though, the way she acts, Brian and Jordan are pretty sure that she’s much more than she tries to appear.
Brian strolled to the car, laying one hand on the roof, not far from her head. “I’m moving, not because you told me to, but because I choose to. I don’t know who or what you are—yet, but be assured, I will. There’s an other worldy stench about you, lady.”
She glared up at him, narrow chin defiant. Brian brushed her shoulder with his hand.
“You have a lovely day.” Backing up, he let her go. They watched her drive away, obviously upset. “Got another plastic bag?”
Brian held up a hair. “We never did show our folks that note I found. I think…
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