#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about a CAR
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Her clothes, which probably cost more than his monthly car payment, were filthy and clung to her body like a lover’s hands.
Who the holy hell could this be? he wondered. Lifting aside the living room curtain, he saw Mercy’s car sitting beside his truck.
I had warned her about the car towing, but she had brushed it off.
Kate’s heartbeat echoed in her ears while she waited, and a very young officer got out of the car.
Louie put the car in gear, drove down the block, cursed, then turned it around and parked in the same spot again. He was overthinking this as the food got cold. He dialed Jake’s cell.
She waited for a stoplight to change. The cars, though many, moved at a leisurely pace, so different from life in Fort Worth.
The big oaf set me on my feet next to the car door. The glower shaping his mouth and creeping into his eyes said otherwise. “You should see a doc.”