Traffic wasn’t as bad as it usually was, but then most people were already at work and not driving around. I blew against the passenger side window as we were about to pass a vehicle. I wrote help me in the window, so the driver could see. The elderly woman’s eyes widened, and then her mouth fell open when my hands went around my neck with fear on my face. I could see her picking up a cell phone to make a phone call before we passed her completely. Sighing, I sat back in my seat. Hopefully she was calling the police. I would take any chance to get myself out of here so I could get a drink somewhere.
My phone started playing Kelis’s Milkshake song to let me know that I had a phone call. I glanced down, finding Reed’s name. Groaning loudly, I answered the call. “What up, bro?”
“Stop scaring other drivers. No one is going to save you, Sin.”
“Oh, my gods! How did you—shit, why am I even asking that question?” I hung up the phone, glaring out the windshield. I heard Liam chuckling before he turned up the music. I debated my next move once we finally made it to Lansing. I could disappear, but not before I found out what the mission was, and then knee Sanders in the nuts. He deserved to be in timeout for a while. No action for the cowboy.
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