Savage Little Lies by Eden O’Neill EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author Name: Eden O’Neill
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- ISBN # B0B34XB2ZQ
- Edition Language: English
- Date of Publication: May 1, 2021
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- PDF / EPUB File Size: 9.3 MB
“Bru? Hold on. It’s so loud.” Sloane covered her phone after what she’d
said, smiling at me. “It’s Bru. I’m assuming he wants an update. About
you?” Her grin widened. “I’m just going to tell him how things turned out.
That we got you out okay.”
Her reference, of course, was to my grandfather getting me out.
He’d handled my bail, in the police precinct with us now.
His attention never left me.
And what a sight to be had, the old man with his motherfucking
jewel-top cane. He stood in a crisp suit, mingling amongst Maywood
Heights’s scum. The police were bringing people in and out of county
lockup, but even with all the traffic, my grandfather’s attention stayed
pointed on me.
As stated, it never left.
I watched, a twitch in my eye as my grandfather hovered a hand
behind my girl’s back. My girl who looked cheesed to the fucking nines to
be in his presence. Grandpa Prinze smiled at her. “Yes, tell him everything
worked out.” He placed that smile on me. “He was quite worried once I told
him everything. I was at the house with him when Sloane called me.”
I swallowed, saying nothing.
Grandpa Prinze nodded at Sloane. “Don’t worry about Dorian and
myself. I’m sure we’ll find something to talk about while you’re gone.”
I was sure we would, my body stiff as a goddamn board in the old
I suddenly found myself very relieved to be in a police station.
There were at least a dozen cops here, all fucking strapped.
Not that it would matter.
My grandfather stood in front of me resurrected, alive when he
I knew because I had stood over the body.
I’d been the grim reaper not long ago, and apparently, this old fuck
had nine lives. Sloane touched my arm before she left, and it took all I had
in me to not react to anything happening to me at the present. I didn’t want
to show that I was thoroughly shaken, especially in front of the man I’d
attempted to kill.
I couldn’t show my cards.
If Grandfather could tell I was thrown by his presence, he didn’t act
like it. He simply watched Sloane go, as I did. She took a corner of the
police station to continue with her call, one away from the doors and cops
moving in and out of them with perps. Once there, she proceeded to take
her call with her brother, and that was when my grandfather turned in my
direction. His jeweled cane shifted under his hand, and when he made a step
in my direction, I flinched.
The corners of his lips lifted, his smile a small one. It was almost
coy as he lifted his chin. “Are you all right, son?” he questioned, his poker
face a good one. He was acting as if him standing here was the most normal
of occurrences. His head lowered. “You seem to have some nerves going
Well, that happened when one saw a fucking ghost.
I eyed the area, studied Sloane. She was waving at me now,
grinning, but my reaction to that wasn’t much.
I was in too much fucking shock.
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