Once the door was closed, I turn my attention to Allorah. She looked severely injured. Sighing, I pull out my phone. Dialing my men, I ask them to get some medicine.
No one knew I had a double life. Not only did I hide the truth from everyone, but I also hid more than they could imagine. My work with Stefan all these years was a show. I had been working with him as an undercover agent. My job was to associate with him and earn his trust. I had known everything he has been doing since the beginning.
I kept everything a secret for my safety. And so far, it worked. He hasn’t found out I am working with Dominique, and neither does Dominique know I’m with Stefan. I had to keep up faces for the safety of my men and everyone else.
Now that things had gotten a bit out of control. I had to hurry and help Dominique. I have always aimed my support at Dominique. I wasn’t a bad guy and wasn’t planning on becoming one.
“Don’t worry, I will help you,” I whispered as I turn away from the glass.
If my guess were right, Dominique’s or Allorah’s men would call for my help. Deciding to leave the building, I head back to my office.
I had always been careful about how I do things. Stefan has always kept his eyes on me. Any wrong move, and I would be dead.
Getting in my car, I order the men to take me back to my office.
“This surely will be a long week,” I said as I turn my other phone on.
Just as I do, a call pops on my screen. Smiling, I answer.
“Wow, you read my mind,” I said as Erick scoffs on the other side.
“Get your body here! We need to have a chat,” Erick said.
Smiling, I look outside the window. Trees as high as buildings greeted the landscape I was leaving.
“Sure, but in three hours,” I said and hung up. I didn’t give him a chance to answer back. Sighing again, I lean against the window.
“Should I do my move?” I whispered as the window get moist with my breath.
The season was changing, and so our lives.