• Where It All Went Wrong | 19

    Wesley was just inside the door and raised an eyebrow as Lucy and Sullivan walked in. He saw the quick drop of Sully’s arm and resisted a wink as his gaze met Lucy’s. He welcomed the duo before taking a…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 16

    “You seriously want me to wait to read it?” Lucy stood above Sullivan, who had made the couch his home, with crossed arms. He sunk deeper into the cushions with the remote held loose in his hand. “If you read…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 15

    “We need to leave.” Sullivan was out the door before Lucy even had time to finish her toast. She rolled her eyes, pushing off the counter and following him out. “You should probably eat,” she mumbled after stuffing the rest…

  • Where It All Went Wrong| 14

    They had no trouble getting back to the village. It surprised Lucy, but she didn’t voice it. It didn’t stay on her mind for long. It was only Piper in the house. She was writing in a notebook, sitting at…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 13

    “Sullivan, cool it.” Lucy groaned, letting her head fall into the cushions of her couch. He had not stopped pacing since they found the hidden staircase in the blueprints of her shop. “We just need to wait a little longer,”…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 12

    Her street was as it usually was on a weekday, full of people rushing and wandering. Lucy wanted to stop at her apartment to shower and brush her teeth. Realistically, she thought she’d be able to at least grab some…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 11

    Wesley had clunked his way into the house a little bit ago. Lucy was awake and jumped out of bed to get ready. She doubted he had just come over for breakfast and coffee. “Hey, Lucy.” Wesley was sitting at…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 10

    “I’m going to…” Lucy stumbled over her feet and pointed to the door. She left the house with all eyes on her. Whether it was information overload or the fact that she might actually believe them, fresh air was needed.…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 9

    Outside, Sullivan motioned Lucy to stay close behind him. “Act casual.” Lucy held in a snort. There was nothing casual about the situation. As soon as she looked behind them, people dressed to perfection in white suits were on their…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 8

    The bright screen strained her vision in the dark. Lucy had to keep rubbing her eyes just to get them to focus. Simply turning on the lights or opening the blinds would help solve this problem, but she was too…